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Gabriel C. Pérez


Come work with a group of dedicated and talented storytellers committed to deepening understanding and connecting diverse audiences across Central Texas through news, culture, information and the Austin music experience.

Today, KUT and KUTX are two of the best-performing public radio stations in the country. They routinely have the largest per capita public radio listening audience among the top 200 cities in the nation. The stations have received more than 100 state, national and international awards since 2002.

Alongside our technical, engineering and administrative staff, we are committed to the public service of radio and digital storytelling. We strongly encourage staff to provide input and support as we continually improve our internal culture, focusing on diversity, equity, accessibility and inclusion. Please visit our DEI page for more information.

Read the job listings below to see if we have any openings that fit your skills and interests. We’d love to work with you!

A criminal history background check will be required for finalists under consideration for any position.



Community Producer:  The Community Producer works with internal staff and outside groups and individuals to give voice to the Austin community through on-air segments, podcasts, videos, and other platforms. This person helps to facilitate outside connections with KUT & KUTX that can lead to new content or a better understanding of the community we serve. As a member of the programming team, the Community Producer also fills in hosting, producing promos, and participating in other programming responsibilities. Applicants must have demonstrated ability to further KUT’s mission to provide a diverse, equitable, accessible and inclusive workplace, and cover a diverse community.

To review the official job posting and to apply click here.
Requisition number: R_00026960
Monthly salary: $3,916 + depending on qualifications
Hours per week: 40
Posted 05/18/2023



Fall 2023 Internships

Interested in audio journalism? Are you passionate about digital storytelling? Want to hone your visual reporting skills working alongside an award-winning team of professionals? KUT News, Texas Standard, and the KUT/KUTX Multimedia teams are looking for interns.

Our interns work closely with producers, reporters, and digital team members to put together all aspects of our coverage. Interns write for the radio and online, research and schedule interviews, and use professional equipment to take photos or record and edit audio or video. Interns also attend news meetings, pitch stories, and work on special projects as assigned. Most successful internships result in several online bylines and other clips. We also offer workshops on career-building skills.

Internships are open to current college students, recent college graduates, and those in the early stages of their journalism careers. Interns are paid $15 per hour. Fall and spring internships are 15 hours per week while summer internships are 30 hours per week. Internships typically last 12 weeks.

To apply, please fill out this Google Form with some information about yourself. You’ll need to include a resume, a cover letter, and two references.

The deadline to apply for Fall 2023 internships is June 30, 2023.

Have questions? Send an email to KUT Newsroom internship coordinator Laura Rice at

For additional information about jobs at the University of Texas, please visit UT’s Human Resources Page.



NPR and its member stations have created an innovative new system of regional news hubs designed to reshape the journalism landscape — and the prototype for the nation is in Texas.

The Texas Newsroom is a collaboration between the Texas stations and NPR. The managing stations are KUT in Austin, KERA in Dallas, Houston Public Media and Texas Public Radio in San Antonio.

Texas is a great state for journalism. It is a huge, multi-culture, multi-ethnic expanse of land and people, with as many distinct identities and regions as most countries. As a border state, one of the fastest growing states in the country, and the second largest economy in the United States, what happens in Texas is often national – and sometimes international – news.

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