WHYY Employment

WHYY serves the Philadelphia Region with trusted journalism, eye-opening storytelling and intimate local arts programming. Our curiosity and commitment to this community is what drives our programming. It’s also what drives our hiring.

Below you’ll find a range of employment opportunities in the fast-paced setting of the Philadelphia Region’s leading public media provider. The award-winning professional staff of WHYY sets the bar high in television, radio and online. Whether it’s preparing a program to air or a behind-the-scenes role in support, all positions are vital to continuingand growingour impact in our community.


How to Apply

Hundreds of thousands of loyal viewers and listeners count on WHYY every day. More than 200 men and women put it all together. Consider becoming a part of this dynamic workforce and submit your application today! Only resumes responding to an available position will be accepted. WHYY is an equal-opportunity employer. Women and people of color are encouraged to apply.

To apply, please use the online application links or mail your resume to:

Human Resources
WHYY, Inc.
150 N. 6th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Available Positions

Public radio stations WBGO in Newark and WHYY in Philadelphia are seeking candidates for a shared statehouse/New Jersey news reporter position. Both stations are NPR affiliates. Click here to learn more.

WHYY, Inc. Diversity Statement

WHYY prides itself on having a workforce that is representative of the diverse community it serves. The organization encourages job applicants of any ethnicity, gender, age, or sexual orientation, as well as those from different economic, educational and geographic backgrounds to apply for positions that require their level of experience and skills. To further this goal, WHYY staff participates in job fairs throughout the community, recruits from a variety of sources, has an active internship program for both college students and recent graduates, and otherwise actively seeks a diversity of candidates for open positions. The organization periodically assesses its workforce and its hiring practices to ensure that it continues to be reflective of the viewers and listeners it represents.

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