WITF seeks a democracy beat multimedia reporter

Here’s an opportunity to help Pennsylvanians separate fact from fiction. After our Democracy faced its gravest threat and the peaceful transition of power was disrupted for the first time in our nation’s history, WITF stands ready to speak truth to power with this beat. If you’re looking to make a real impact with your work, while defending democracy, […]

WITF seeks an education reporter

Are you a journalist who enjoys reporting on topics that directly affect your community? WITF is looking for an engaging individual to join our team and provide written and on-air coverage of the developing cultural battleground over what students are taught in K-12 schools. Responsibilities & Skills: As a member of WITF’s regional newsroom, your […]

Pennsylvania radio station join forces with LancasterOnline / LNP

The following excerpt was sent out from witf.org: Two of central Pennsylvania’s largest media organizations are joining forces as WITF and LancasterOnline/LNP create a new model for local news and engagement. The Steinman family, which has helmed the Lancaster newspaper for nearly 158 years, is gifting nearly its entire operation to WITF, creating a single, […]

Sholtis joins LNP Media Group as an investigative reporter

LNP Media Group in Philadelphia has hired Brett Sholtis as an investigative reporter to cover voting systems, extremism and threats to democracy. Recently, he was a health reporter at Pennsylvania-based WITF. Previously, Sholtis was a business reporter at York Daily Record and interned at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Sholtis has a B.A. from the University of […]

Energy reporter Cusick leaves Pennsylvania broadcast job to join PBS

Journalist Marie Cusick is leaving her job with StateImpact Pennsylvania and WITF broadcast services to work with student journalists at PBS News Hour and PBS reporting labs. As the Harrisburg reporter for StateImpact Pennsylvania, Cusick has covered energy and environmental issues for public radio stations statewide. She has also been part of NPR’s energy and […]