Because journalists aren't journalists until they report and write for an audience, we encourage students to get involved early with student publications.
- The Review is the University of Delaware's independent student newspaper. Working
for The Review provides students with experience in reporting, copy
editing, multimedia design, and other critical aspects of journalism. Its free weekly edition is distributed on campus Tuesday mornings, and its website is updated regularly. Getting published in The Review can be a first step to landing an internship. Email the Review at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out "Join the Review." The Review is also on Facebook and Twitter.
- STN49 is a network of shows run by UD students and operated by the Department of Communication. You'll find it on channel 49 if you have cable. - and yes, STN stands for Student Television Network. Get involved with its programming and experience with its state-of-the-art equipment and in-house studio.
- WVUD can be found at 91.3 and in the Perkins Student Center. The university’s non-commercial educational radio station, it is "the voice of the University of Delaware" and has three missions: serve UD, serve Newark and to train students in broadcasting. The station is run by UD students, a staff of two and community members. WVUD says its diverse programming "is not everything to everyone, but we feel that it is SOMETHING to everyone."
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