Student media may refer to:
- Iranian students news agency
- Student newspapers
- Student radio stations or programs
- Student television stations
- Online Magazines, Ezines, or Webzines
Other articles related to "students, media, student media, student":
... in which Stony Brook students participated, and sporting events, such as Stony Brook's appearance in the 2005 NCAA men's soccer semifinals at New Haven, Connecticut ... some instances, the Independent was the only University media organization to have a reporter on location at these events, such as at the NCAA men's soccer semifinals ... an online textbook exchange founded by Stony Brook University students ...
... There is a thriving student media scene in Ireland ... Each year the best publications in the field are recognised in the National Student Media Awards ... University Times, based in Trinity College Dublin and Ireland's oldest surviving student newspaper, and The University Observer, based in University ...
... KCSU began as a student operated station and broadcast at 800 watts from a transmitter located at the corner of Prospect Road and Shields Street ... September 1977- KCSU changed from student management to a professional station, and the station began airing 18 hours a day, 365 days a year ... to professional management occurred after financial problems surfaced and students complained that student managers and staff were no longer representing the music and programming interests of ...
... Student Media was unable to find a graduate student replacement for Hoyt after his graduation in 1999, so David Klee, a sophomore political science ... Student-produced programs continued to thrive during this time, and the station also received equipment donations from various sources, including its second Canon GL1 camcorder, donated by Kolby Granville ... first live Presidential debates for ASU's student government (ASASU) ...
Famous quotes containing the words media and/or student:
“Never before has a generation of parents faced such awesome competition with the mass media for their childrens attention. While parents tout the virtues of premarital virginity, drug-free living, nonviolent resolution of social conflict, or character over physical appearance, their values are daily challenged by television soaps, rock music lyrics, tabloid headlines, and movie scenes extolling the importance of physical appearance and conformity.”
—Marianne E. Neifert (20th century)
“The roaring alongside he takes for granted,
and that every so often the world is bound to shake.
He runs, he runs to the south, finical, awkward,
in a state of controlled panic, a student of Blake.”
—Elizabeth Bishop (19111979)