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Arizona PBS is one of the top public media organizations in the country, providing in-depth content and services that promote lifelong learning.

As one of the country’s largest public television stations, Arizona PBS reaches 1.9 million households each week on four digital channels and a website. The station is a member-supported community service of Arizona State University, based at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

Arizona PBS staff members are eligible for ASU’s excellent package of benefits, which includes a variety of health, dental and life insurance options, a tuition waiver program for employee and dependents, flexible work schedules, paid vacation and holidays and other options.

If interested in being notified when current job openings are posted, please contact [email protected].

Open Staff Positions

As part of ASU, Arizona PBS posts all of its open positions on ASU’s job site. ASU accepts only online applications and has instructions on how to apply on this site. Click the button below to search for staff positions and search the keyword “Arizona PBS.”

 

Open Student Positions

Arizona PBS is part of the “teaching hospital” model of education at ASU’s Cronkite School, providing students valuable career-building experiences in the world of broadcast television. Students obtain valuable skills, while working to meet educational and living expenses.  Click the button below to search for staff positions and search the keyword “Arizona PBS.”

 

Commitment to Diversity

As an equal opportunity employer, Arizona PBS is committed to the recruitment, retention and development of diverse classified and administrative staff and service professionals. The station is an EEO/AA employer.

the cast of broadchurch on the beach in front of a cliff
aired Aug. 6

Broadchurch

A woman hugs a man from behind, resting her head on his shoulder
aired Aug. 1

POV “He’s My Brother”

Baratunde sitting criss-cross in the desert
aired Aug. 2

America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston

Sir David Attenborough, Wiltshire, UK, explains how Water Crowfoot, Ranunculus aquitilis, has floppy underwater stems that flex with the current.
aired Aug. 3

The Green Planet

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