A Moment of Science Blogger
WFIU’s program A Moment of Science is a nationally-syndicated 2-minute radio program that seeks to “remove some of the mystery of science, but not the wonder.” Our reporter/bloggers populate the AMOS website with well-researched posts that will complement current blog content.
Science reporters/bloggers should be exceptional writers and able to work independently and efficiently. The ideal candidate should be available approximately 5-8 hours per week.
Please send resume, cover letter and a short writing sample (2-5 pages) to Eoban Binder.
WFIU Public Radio (103.7fm) is looking for bloggers to jumpstart a WFIU Arts Blog. We are looking for people to inform readers about the arts in Indiana and beyond.
WFIU is looking for bloggers to write about the following topics:
- Visual arts
Bloggers should be knowledgeable in their topic area. Bloggers should keep up with national and art news and trends (e.g. literary controversies, the rise of a prima ballerina, a famous conductor’s last concert, etc), as well as the local arts scene. Blog content will be culled from others news sites and reposted on the WFIU Arts blog. The WFIU arts blog will keep people up to date with the worlds of theater/dance/art/etc. without providing opinion. For examples, see other WFIU blogs such as Earth Eats, amomentofscience.org, muslimvoices.org, and Harmonia.
Arts bloggers may also have the opportunity to work with our program Profiles.
Please send resume, cover letter, and a short writing sample (2-5 pages) to Aaron Cain, firstname.lastname@example.org.