Interactive Producer


Capital Public Radio, Sacramento’s  award-winning public media organization, is looking for an Interactive Producer to join our Digital team. We are focused on building a diverse and inclusive organization, and recognize that news nerd origin stories come in all shapes and sizes. If you’re excited about this role but don’t meet all the qualifications listed below, we encourage you to apply.


Who We Are And What You’ll Do Here

As an Interactive Producer you’ll be part of a three-person team along with a fellow Interactive Producer and our Senior Editor, Digital Content.


Our team oversees content production for our digital platforms, including, social media, our ReCap newsletter, and other channels. This includes work with CapRadio News and CapRadio Music. We also manage Great Question!, our audience-powered series answering questions from the community. In any given day you’ll be managing our social media channels, writing and posting breaking news stories, working with other reporters to prepare their stories for the web, or pitching and working on your own projects.


We’re a small team, which means we have to wear many hats. But that does give freedom to pitch projects in areas you’re passionate about, too. Over the past year we’ve covered breaking news, mapped all the wildfires in the history of California, worked with a neighborhood to define their boundaries, created a Spotify playlist series, and wrote a newsletter for our TahoeLand podcast.


What We’re Looking For In A Teammate

We’re looking for someone who has excellent news judgement and is passionate about community engagement, local news and digital storytelling. Someone who loves working as part of a team and collaborating. And someone who is always looking for new ways to inform and inspire our audience.


Since we’re a small team there are lots of skills we’d love to add, so make a pitch for why your skills would be a great addition. Ideally you’ll have experience working in a digital news environment and with multimedia, including audio, video and photos. Expertise working with visuals or a passion for social media would be a huge plus and are skills we’re looking to add to our team, but not a requirement.

We offer

  • Medical, Dental, Vision, chiropractic and acupuncture insurance
  • Long-Term Disability and Group Life Insurance
  • Paid holidays
  • Flexible Vacation
  • Retirement plan with employer matching
  • Flexible spending plan for health and dependent care



The position requires flexible hours, possibly involving evenings and weekends.




Human Resources

Capital Public Radio

7055 Folsom Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95826



Capital Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer



SALARY: 45000-50000
DURATION: Permanent


Chris Hagan


Duties and Responsibilities
  • Engage with Capital Public Radio’s audience throughout the day across social media and other platforms.
  • Create, post and curate digital content for our website, social media and newsletters, including breaking or developing stories.
  • Build digital elements to enhance stories such as photos, videos, maps, data visualization, playlists, galleries, etc.
  • Pitch and develop larger digital passion projects for yourself, such as written stories, larger data visualization, videos, or other developing story formats … whatever you can dream up!
  Essential Skills and Experience
  • At least 2 years experience in a similar capacity preferred
  • Excellent news judgement and a passion for community engagement, local news and digital storytelling; multimedia production, including photo, video and audio; ability to work well in a creative and collaborative setting; text editing and grasp of Associated Press style; understanding of HTML/CSS.
  • Bachelor’s degree in journalism or related field or experience preferred





Submit a cover letter and resume to You can address your cover letter to the hiring manage for this position, Chris Hagan, our Senior Editor, Digital Content.


In your cover letter, please answer:

  • Why you’re interested in joining Capital Public Radio
  • Why you’re passionate about your work
  • How  your experience will contribute to our team