Broadcast journalists, want a great job?

Report for America corps member Monique John reports for WCPO, a TV and digital news outlet in Cincinnati where she focuses on gentrification.

Broadcast journalists! Report for America has 10 great, open positions for reporters with TV and related experience. Apply today: The deadline for these, and all open corps member positions, is Monday, Jan. 31.

Here are the positions:

KFSN Television, Fresno, California

Beat: Agriculture and climate change in Fresno

KTRK Television, Houston, Texas

Beat: Effects of Houston’s oil and gas refinery pollution

Spectrum Networks, Cleveland, Ohio

Beat: The future of community life in Ohio

Spectrum Networks, Orlando, Florida

Beat: Orlando’s public healthcare system

Spectrum Networks, Syracuse, New York

Beat: Digital coverage of farming and food production in upstate NY

WPVI Television, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Beat: How climate change affects Philadelphia’s infrastructure and economy

WTVD Television, Raleigh, North Carolina

Beat: Fort Bragg and local veterans’ issues

WKRG News 5, Mobile, Alabama

Beat: George and Greene counties in eastern Mississippi

Nebraska Public Media, Lincoln, Nebraska

Beat: Portraits of Nebraskans, especially rural areas and residents of color

Georgia Public Broadcasting, Macon, Georgia

Beat: Rural healthcare in the “Stroke Belt.”

For more details on each position, look here.

About Report for America

Report for America is a national service program that places talented emerging journalists in local newsrooms to report on under-covered topics and communities. Launched in 2017, Report for America is creating a new, sustainable system that provides Americans with the information they need to improve their communities, hold powerful institutions accountable, and rebuild trust in the media. Report for America is an initiative of The GroundTruth Project, an award-winning nonprofit journalism organization with an established track record of training and supporting teams of emerging journalists around the world, including the recent launch of Report for the World in partnership with local newsrooms in India, Nigeria and Brazil.