Student journalists have always had an outlet with college newspapers. More recently, many students have begun producing newscasts as well. This category seeks to include all the English-speaking student-produced newscasts from colleges and schools around the world.
[University of Southern California] Site of the student-produced newscasts offers extended information on topics explored in the nightly newscasts. RealVideo selections of special programs and nightly newscasts are available.
[University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] Site featuring RealVideo and transcripts of stories featured on the weekly news magazine.
[Brigham Young University] Student news site for the twice-daily news broadcast. Site is a joint effort by its print and online journalism counterparts offering live webcasts in Windows Media format and full articles.
[University of Missouri] The university's own commercial station operates as an NBC affiliate. Students run the daily news operation. Site offers updated local news, weather, sports and backgrounders.
[Marshall University] Site offers the weekly broadcast of the news program in Windows Media Player format.
[University of Maryland] News and information about state and national politics are offered. Site also features RealVideo of the nightly news magazine.
[Eastern New Mexico University] Site offers news briefs and staff biographies.
[Northwestern University] Producers of the Northwestern News Report, a television newscast that covers news, issues and events of interest to the University and Evanston communities.
[Palomar College] Site offers behind-the-scenes photos, air schedule, staff, and contact and sponsorship information.
[Ohio University] The student-produced program focuses on news from its locale, Southern Ohio. Site offers RealVideo of the live nightly newscasts, as well as text stories.
[St. John's University] TV club's site with member list, calendar, forum, alumni information, and airdates for Eye of the Storm News.
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