Woroni is Hiring for Semester One!

Join ANU Student Media!

Now hiring for Woroni News, TV, Radio and Content

A great student media organisation is for everyone. Student media should promote conversations, and provide a platform for people with different views, identities and lived experiences. Our ultimate aim is to build a culture of inclusivity and diversity across our platforms. Have your unique voice heard and join Woroni today!

News Team

Investigate and report the news with us

Have your ear to the ground and report on the events, issues and stories important to the ANU community.

News Positions available:

  • Senior News Reporter (Senior Sub-Editor)
  • Senior Investigator (Senior Sub-Editor)
  • News Reporter (Sub-Editor)

Click here to learn more about News!


TV Team

Produce, shoot and edit videos with us

We are looking for fun, creative and passionate sub-editors and senior sub-editors to join the TV team!

TV Positions available:

  • Executive Producer (Senior Sub-Editor)
  • TV News Producer (Senior Sub-Editor)
  • Producer (Sub-Editor)
  • Production Assistant (Sub-Editor)

Click here to learn more about TV!


Content Team

Write, source and edit words with us

Explore the culture and creativity of our community through Woroni’s print and online publications.

Content Positions available:

  • Online Senior Sub-Editor
  • Interdisciplinary portfolio

Click here to learn more about Content!


Radio Team

Create podcasts, events and Woroni Radio with us

Become involved in organising the wildest of concerts, interviewing the biggest guests, and producing some of the best student-led content – is this your next step towards a career in media?

Radio Positions available:

  • Events Officers
  • Broadcast Producers
  • Special Content and Features Producer

Click here to learn more about Radio!

We acknowledge the Ngunnawal and Ngambri people, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land on which Woroni, Woroni Radio and Woroni TV are created, edited, published, printed and distributed. We pay our respects to Elders past and present. We acknowledge that the name Woroni was taken from the Wadi Wadi Nation without permission, and we are striving to do better for future reconciliation.