1. Create and develop new KQAL programs that educate, enhance or promote local, regional or statewide items of artistic, cultural or historic significance:
This position is funded from the Minnesota Legacy Amendment Grant
Maintain a series of new programming on KQAL to meet the requirements of the Legacy Amendment. While specific numbers of programs are not dictated, it would be assumed this position would, at the very minimum, develop such programming so that at all times there are three (3) weekly programs and two (2) daily programs airing on KQAL that meet the requirements of the Legacy Amendment
Build relationships with area arts organizations and venues to better develop new programs and create promotional value for community partners.
Build relationships with university organizations and departments to better develop new programs
Work with the General Manager to determine if program ideas are viable
Plan for program production including scheduling studio time, scheduling guests and getting any necessary permissions
If programs are produced on location, arrange permissions in advance and set up any necessary equipment
Personally produce the programs under this section or supervise student staff to produce the programs
Work with the General Manager in scheduling programs on KQAL
Make sure the finished program is available at the scheduled air time
Work with the General Manager on designing and printing the KQAL Program Guide each year, updating program information as needed
Attend all KQAL staff meetings and the quarterly meetings of the KQAL Advisory Board
2. Supervise and train student workers in the production of highly effective and compelling radio programs:
Audition and make recommendations to the General Manager for hiring paid student employees to assist in program production
Train these students in the production of radio programs including equipment and software operation
Schedule these students for various production assignments
Monitor student performance and provide constructive feedback and/or discipline as needed
3. Work with the General Manager in managing Legacy Amendment programs on the KQAL website and AMPERS website:
Determine which programs are suitable for putting on the websites for either archival, streaming or podcasting purposes
Make sure no copyright, music licensing nor DMCA laws are being violated by placing such programs there
If programs are not compliant, try to modify them before placing them on the websites
Upload the programs to compliant websites
Maintain the online program guide on the KQAL website so all information is current
1. Bachelor's Degree 2. Four (4) years of experience at a commercial or non-commercial radio station in an on-air programming capacity or work in the television industry producing or editing programs. Other multimedia experience will also be considered.
1. Knowledge of FCC rules and regulations governing radio station programming. 2. Knowledge of and skills in the operation of radio broadcasting equipment and software such as audio consoles, recorders, recording and editing software, microphone selection and recording techniques. 3. General computer skills and Microsoft Office skills 4. Website maintenance skills to publish programs produced on the radio station website. 5. On-air abilities and suitable voice qualities. 6. Ability to communicate effectively with others and possess human relations and problem-solving skills.
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Internal Number: 18312
About WINONA STATE UNIVERSITY
Founded in 1858, Winona State University is a comprehensive public university with close to 8,900 students. The oldest member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System, Winona State offers 80 undergraduate, pre-professional, licensure, graduate, and doctorate programs on its three campuses: the original Main Campus in Winona, the West Campus in Winona, and Winona State University-Rochester.
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