WBUR seeks a producer, podcasts

As a Producer, you will work closely with a small editorial team to execute all logistics necessary to work across and produce varying podcasts for WBUR. Primary duties include performing editorial tasks, such as interview preparation, segment production, and content management across radio, online, social media, and podcast platforms, collaborating with a team and contributing […]

WBUR seeks a senior investigative reporter

You will be joining an award-winning investigative team that has a proven track record of impactful stories that have revealed injustices and wrongdoing. Our stories span a variety of subjects including criminal justice, environment, businesses, local and state government and health care. We are a close-knit team that thrives on collaboration. You will develop story […]

WaPo taps Campbell to serve as audio team editor

The following excerpt was sent out from The Washington Post: We are delighted to share that Monica Campbell will join The Washington Post as an editor in Audio, primarily working with the “Post Reports” team. Monica will play a central role in shaping the arcs of our episodes, from one-day turnarounds covering breaking news to […]

WBUR journalist Lepiarz leaves media circus for the real thing

Jack Lepiarz, a journalist at WBUR-FM 90.9, has left after more than 12 years. His tweet reads: “I came into the station as a bright-eyed, 21-year-old intern and over the years, had the privilege to cover some of the most important stories in Massachusetts. “But a year without performing during the pandemic reminded me that, […]

Boston Globe senior audio producer Harrop departs for WBUR

Katelyn Harrop, senior audio producer at The Boston Globe has left. Harrop tweets: “I’m incredibly grateful for all that I’ve learned over the last year and a half, and for the outstanding colleagues I’ve had the chance to work alongside. I look forward to starting a new chapter on Friday, as I join @WBUR as […]

WBUR’s Dooling leaves for Boston University

Shannon Dooling, an investigative reporter at WBUR-FM 90.9, NPR’s member station in Boston has left to join Boston University’s College of Communication as an associate professor of investigative reporting. Dooling had been with WBUR-FM 90.9 for more than eight years, where she also reported on immigration and other regional news, and served as a Morning […]

NY Times adds four to its audio team

The following excerpt was sent out from The New York Times’ director of audio Paula Szuchman: Frannie Carr Toth joins the audio team as a senior editor on “The Run-Up.” Until recently, she was the founding senior editor of WBUR’s ideas and opinion page, Cognoscenti. Before that, she served as executive producer of “The Emily Rooney […]

Fernandes to join WBUR’s ‘Here & Now’ as co-host

The following excerpt was sent out: Award-winning journalist Deepa Fernandes is joining NPR and WBUR’s Here & Now, the live midday news program distributed nationwide, as the show’s third host. On Monday, October 10th she will make her debut alongside Robin Young and Scott Tong. She joins Here & Now from the San Francisco Chronicle where she was an immigration correspondent and senior newsroom advisor on Race and Equity. […]

STAT News hires Chen as reporter

Angus Chen has joined STAT News as a reporter, covering cancer. He comes from WBUR, where he was a reporter/producer. He starts in October. Chen has also freelanced for the Scientific American, Science Magazine, NPR and WNYC Radio, among others. He was also managing editor at SciStarter. Chen graduated from Oberlin College.

NPR hires Ma as biz reporter

Adrian Ma has joined NPR as a business reporter for “The Indicator,” NPR’s daily economics podcast. Recently, he was a business reporter at WBUR, covering business, work, and the economy in the Greater Boston area. He has also freelanced for NPR News, NPR’s “Planet Money” podcast, The Indicator podcast, and American Public Media’s “Marketplace.” He […]