Illinois Public Media, WILL-AM-FM-TV, licensed to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, needs a visiting multimedia environmental journalist to research, report and edit issues about the environment and climate change.
Illinois Public Media, WILL AM-FM-TV, licensed to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (DMA 88), needs a visiting multimedia environmental journalist to research, report and edit issues about the environment and climate change, and present findings in a way that informs and engages audiences across Illinois.
Candidates must be able to research and identify topics related to the environment in Illinois and Midwest, working closely with news and public affairs director, managing editor and the rest of the news team. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
Featuring an extensive park system, a world-class library, urban shopping choices and a variety of living accommodations, Champaign offers urban perks with smaller city comforts. Whether you’re a resident, visitor, or just curious, you’ll soon discover Champaign is the perfect place to live, work, and play.
Champaign is the home for The University of Illinois and Parkland College. The University of Illinois is a member of the NCAA division I which offers high level college football, basketball, and a variety of other sports.
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The beautiful 1,400-acre flagship campus of the University of Illinois is just one reason Champaign has earned a spot (for a fourth time!) on the Best College Towns list. The median home price is just $150,000.