News Anchors & Reporters, Southern Ontario

Updated: May 3

News Anchors & Reporters, Southern Ontario

Bayshore Broadcasting operates 9 radio stations in small and medium markets across Southern Ontario. In many of these communities, we’re the only organization still committed to reporting on local stories. Whether it’s on-air or online, we believe local journalism is an important part of what our stations do, and what our communities need.

We are looking for more great radio journalists to join our team. If you believe in the importance of local news too, let’s talk!

Ideally you have spent some time in a radio newsroom before – reporting, writing, and reading newscasts. Whether you’re new to the game, or you’re a veteran of the trade, we’d be happy to explore what opportunities might exist for you at Bayshore. Each of our newsrooms often serves multiple communities, so you could plant some roots just about anywhere in our coverage area.

You would be responsible for things like:

- Anchoring newscasts

- Regular reporting shifts and assignments

- Writing stories for use on-air and online

- Covering other shifts in the newsroom during vacations, illnesses, etc.

We use Burli Newsroom software, so you’ll have a leg up if you’re familiar with it. Our website and social media platforms are a big part of what we do now, so you need to be very familiar with Twitter, Facebook, and the ins and outs of how journalism works online in 2022.

You must have a clean Ontario driver’s license (or be ready to do a lot of walking, but be warned – it snows a lot up here).

Tell us a bit about yourself and why you’d like to be a part of one of the largest newsrooms north of the GTA. Send us a recent demo along with a resume and cover letter to Ian Solecki, Director of Operations at, and we’ll be in touch soon.