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Rocky Mountain PBS only accepts applications/resumes for specific open positions. We do not accept or retain general applications/resumes for employment.

Rocky Mountain PBS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

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Colorado Mesa University’s Department of Language, Literature, and Mass Communications, in partnership with Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network (RMPBN), invites applications for a Producer/Correspondent In-Residence to develop Colorado storytelling content in concert with Colorado Mesa University (CMU) Mass Communication students and faculty and RMPBN producers. Reporting to the Department Head of CMU’s Department of Language, Literature, and Mass Communication, the Producer/ Correspondent in-residence will work closely with RMPBN producers to identify story topics and ideas. Teaching two courses in each of the fall and spring semesters and one course in the summer semester, the producer/correspondent will provide students with opportunities to create content to serve the needs of RMPBN and CMU students.

For details, go to 970-248-1820. Apply by July 7, 2015.


One of the nation’s largest and most cutting-edge public media companies is seeking a dynamic and versatile Radio/TV Tech to join our team. This position supports KUVO’s and Rocky Mountain PBS’ Programming and Traffic departments. The successful candidate will be scheduling on-air interstitial material and programs and will act as a liaison between production, corporate sales and other departments in meeting deadlines for programming.

TYPICAL DUTIES: Prepares and reconciles radio and television broadcast traffic logs. Liaises between programming/ traffic execute policies and procedures of broadcast elements on-air and plans and implements program schedules. Liaises with production departments to develop and proofread copy and create, schedule and modify recorded spots. Works closely with Corporate Sales and schedules broadcast and non-broadcast elements, ensures delivery of underwriting elements, and communicates inventory availability.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor degree required. 2 years successful traffic experience in the broadcast industry. Ability to work with figures, specifically timing information, and maintain accuracy; attention to detail is essential. Must be available for on call coverage during station broadcast hours. Experience in operating and maintaining a PC based database. Demonstrate ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written forms. Knowledge of television broadcast operations and procedures. Must possess a valid Colorado driver's license and be eligible for coverage under the provisions of RMPBS automobile insurance. Spanish language skills a plus.

PROCEDURE FOR APPLICATION:  Persons interested in this position should submit the following items via email to and please put "Radio/Traffic Tech" in the subject line.

1. A cover letter detailing how the applicant's qualifications fit RMPBS' needs and stating how you found out about this opening.
2. A résumé detailing education, training, salary history, and employment experience. 
3. Names, addresses, and phone numbers of at least three professional references with a thorough knowledge of the applicant's professional experience and achievements
4. Salary requirements.

Position will be posted at until filled. No phone calls please. 


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Rocky Mountain PBS offers a hands-on internship program in local television production and is looking for applicants for the next school semester. Forward a résumé or letter outlining your area of interest and summary of education and experience. Qualified candidates will be called for an interview. All internships are non-paid.

Areas of Emphasis
Individuals are being sought for the Production Department for the coming academic year. The modules are in long form television production, station promotion and field production. The interns take an active and involved role in assigned productions. Experience in a professional, public broadcast station will give the intern a comprehensive picture of local TV production.

Qualifications and Requirements

  • Background in telecommunications
  • Minimum of two years of college
  • Computer literate
  • Participate in field shoots and carry equipment
  • Commit to 8 to 20 hours per week
  • Commit to 15-week module
  • Provide own transportation
  • Previous experience or education in production preferred

Internships Available

Contact Internships with any questions or information.

Rocky Mountain PBS
1089 Bannock Street
Denver, CO 80204

PH 303-620-5649
FAX 303-620-5600
E-mail our Intern Director.

Contract Opportunities


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Rocky Mountain PBS will be the premier public media resource for all Coloradans. On-air, online and in person, we will serve our diverse communities as a convener of people, ideas and perspectives.

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For additional information or assistance with the public file, please contact:

Marissa Johnson
1089 Bannock Street
Denver, CO 80204


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