The Nebraska Rural Radio Association (NRRA) is seeking applicants for its Rural Radio Network farm broadcasting internship, which will begin in the spring of 2023.
The internship, based out of state-of-the-art studios at Nebraska Innovation Campus in Lincoln, will consist of conducting interviews; creating audio, video and digital content; recording agriculture newscasts; writing online stories; and covering local media events among other duties.
The NRRA is seeking a highly-motivated two- or four-year college student with a focus in agriculture communications and a desire to serve Nebraska’s farmers and ranchers with agriculture information.
Applicants should be familiar with Adobe Creative Cloud and Google Suites software; be skilled in written and verbal communication; be able to work independently and as part of a team; and meet tight deadlines among other skills.
Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter discussing his or her qualifications to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please attach work examples if available.
The Nebraska Rural Radio Association was formed in 1948 with the goal of bringing information
to farmers and ranchers in the state. The first station, KRVN AM, began broadcasting in 1951.
The association now owns 14 radio stations and a network that
reaches five states.
In 2018 the association opened a Lincoln news bureau on Nebraska Innovation Campus to
assist with news gathering. The network is still owned and operated by a cooperative of farmers