Great part-time position, Deadline Dec. 15

SPJ is hiring a part-time, work-at-home communications coordinator position.

Check it out here.



Job Opening (Dec. 1)

Cablecast Technician

The Cablecast Technician position requires a variety of specialized and technical duties related to the management, broadcast, and organization of programs filmed and received at the station. This clerical based position will ensure that both channels are up and operating and that new programming will be preserved for the years to come.

Tasks may include, but are not limited to, the following:

§  Creating daily playlists that will be transferred for play out everyday.

§  Monitoring the daily broadcast of both channels 18 and 19

§  Ingesting and download programs for play out. This includes DV tapes, DVDs and digital copies provided by KOCT and outside sources.

§  Logging programs when completed by editors.

§  Taking dub requests and completing them in a timely manner.

§  Labeling and indexing DV tapes and DVD copies of our current and past programs.

§  Participation in an ongoing archive project that requires transferring footage, backing up programs, and logging everything when completed.

Minimum Qualifications:

§  Have at least a years experience in office and clerical work?

§  Be able to multitask on a daily basis

§  Must be organize

The application process can be found at

Contact is Jake Rush- Station Manager

Paid Freelance Opportunity


I hope this email finds you well.

I wanted to reach out to you about a paid freelance opportunity for your
writers to contribute to Student Health 101, the online health and wellness

Student Health 101 is a student-written publication, as a way to help
students better manage the pressures they’re under, from managing stress to
money to eating well and much more. Currently, Student Health 101 is
published each month to over 1,000,000 students, at 500 different colleges
and universities.

In case you haven’t seen Student Health 101 before, you can see an example
online at –

We’re currently looking for freelance student journalists to write features
and shorts on health issues that are of concern to students. Mainly, we’re
looking for writers with excellent reporting skills who can work under a
deadline. Writers are hired on a freelance basis and paid a fee per article,
based on article length and difficulty of the subject matter. Feature
stories are 1,250 to 1,500 words, while short features are 300 to 600 words.

Students who are interested can express their interest and submit writing
samples online at

And of course – if there’s someone else on your campus we should contact,
please feel free to let me know, or pass my information along.

Thanks for your time, and any assistance you can provide,


Dan Wolman
Student Health 101
866.636.8336 x1105