CU Independent is an award-winning, online daily news source and is a great opportunity for students interested in newspaper or magazine reporting or editing. The CU Independent is the only student-run news and entertainment website on campus, and is a training ground for “real-world” experience with assignments, deadlines, copy-editing and clips that will help you get internships and jobs. The CUI is also where you can learn and use cutting-edge digital tools. Contact Gil Asakawa for more information. CUIndependent.com
CU Sports Mag
CU Sports Magazine is a student-run, volunteer group that records “live to tape” a magazine format sports television show every week. Students learn the nuts and bolts of creating a broadcast show through hands-on experience with cameras, editing, writing, and reporting. The taping occurs in the television production studios in ATLAS building, Room 2B31. CU Sports Magazine airs Friday evenings on the Boulder Cable and weekdays on Fox College Sports. To find out more about the Sports Magazine go to CUSportsMag.com or email Assistant Dean Steve Jones.
Radio 1190 is a cooperative venture between the CU’s Journalism and Mass Communication program and the University of Colorado. Radio 1190′s mission is to serve the Boulder/Denver market with an engaging mix of music, news and talk programming. The station is staffed primarily by students and is located in the UMC room 41J. For up-to-date information, go to Radio1190.org or call the Radio 1190 office phone at 303-492-5031.
CU Science Update
CU Science Update is an Emmy-award winning magazine-format television program that is also a video podcast. The production is year-round and showcases science research and education being conducted at CU and the Boulder community. The production is open to all majors and non-majors who are interested in learning the skills of producing, hosting, field reporting, photography and editing. There are numerous creative opportunities on this show where production schedules are flexible. To find out more, head to CU Science Update or contact instructor Paul Daugherty.