The School of Journalism and Electronic Media offers a variety of experiences for students to gain hands-on experience and industry skills. Students have access to the latest technologies in radio, television production, print media, and digital journalism.
WUTK Radio is an independent, non-commercial college radio station owned by the University of Tennessee (UT) and operated by the UT School of Journalism and Electronic Media (JEM). The programming is student-produced including music selection and news/sports. WUTK is licensed to broadcast on 90.3MHz at 1000 watts. Support Us: WUTK graciously accepts donations.
- Artists may donate their music to the station for consideration. It is the discretion of the station whether an artist’s submission will be played on air.
- Kroger Plus Cardholders in the Nashville, Knoxville, Huntsville, AL and Bowling Green, KY area can designate their Kroger Community Rewards to the WUTK Gift Fund. Get more details here.
Connect with us: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Streaming on Tune In
Contact us: WUTK Studio (865) 974-2535 | Music Department: (865) 974-2229 | Administration, Production, Donations, Sales, Invoices: (865) 974-1120
E-mail us: General information: WUTK@utk.edu | Music director/submission questions: email@example.com | Sports department: Facebook
The Volunteer Channel (TVC) is a student-run television station at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, that allows students to get hands-on experience in many aspects of the Television and Film industry.
- To become a general member or intern we accept all experience. Email us at about any inquiries about joining us and send us your resume and availability.
- If you have any questions about what we do or more about us, check out our frequently asked questions page.
Connect with us: Facebook | Twitter | Vimeo | YouTube
Email us: General Inquiries firstname.lastname@example.org
Donations and Live Event Coverage Inquiry: Clint Elmore, Video Production Specialist at (865) 974-4508 or email@example.com
TV news magazine produced by students in the Journalism and Electronic Media program at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. UT Today student reporters, producers, editors, and staff are the future of television broadcasting in the United States and around the world. The stories on UT Today focus on academics, athletics, student life and the community in and around the University of Tennessee.
Connect with us: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
SCOOP magazine is a magazine created by our journalism and electronic media students through the guidance of faculty members. It is a reader’s magazine, a magazine that celebrates student’s past and present. We spotlight the faculty and other numerous ventures of the school, college, and campus. In addition, SCOOP keeps its eyes on media, always covering – and uncovering – the latest trends. We represent a school and a college that are preparing students and alumni for a changing job market, and we will be there to explain how and why the world of communication is changing in an effort to best serve our readers.
More than anything, SCOOP is exciting. We are motivated by our mission and we want our readers to be able to take the same pride in their work and the work of their colleagues. This magazine also functions as an educational tool for JEM students interested in magazine journalism and it celebrates all the exciting changes within the publishing industry. It’s an ideal time for a fresh outlook, and SCOOP stands prepared to deliver all that and more.
Read the current web version of SCOOP Spring 2018 here.
Read the Spring 2017 pdf version of SCOOP here.
Read the past interactive editions of SCOOP at Issuu
TNJN.com is the only digital news website of the University of Tennessee’s School of Journalism and Electronic Media. Any students, regardless of their major, are permitted to pitch stories and write for TNJN, though journalism students are strongly encouraged to make the digital platform a part of their undergraduate experience. Students may pitch stories that they write for classes, or they may work for TNJN as an extra-curricular activity. The organization also offers two to three practicums each semester, under supervision of the faculty advisor, to students interested in news reporting, newsletter writing and/or social media engagement.
Many students use TNJN as an opportunity to begin building their professional portfolios in reporting and editing, and eligible stories are often entered into regional and national competitions.
To learn more or get involved, contact TNJN’s faculty advisor, Melanie Faizer: email@example.com
Provide students with experience in documentary storytelling and helping local non-profit organizations with videos that raise awareness and funds.
- If you’re interested in supporting this project, we appreciate donations of any sizes. Click here to donate!
- If you’re interested in getting involved, contact Professor Geidner.
The Daily Beacon is the University of Tennessee’s newspaper publication, independently run by students whether its editing, writing stories, production, design and more. The Daily Beacon is published Monday through Thursday during the academic year, which is distributed about 10,000 per day and 5,000 over the summer. There are plenty of opportunities to get involved whether its to work for them, donate or advertise in the newspaper.
- If you would like to apply to work for The Daily Beacon, go to their website to fill out an online application.
- Give support by Donation or if you would like more information about donating to the daily beacon.
- Need to advertise? More information about advertising with the daily beacon and their rate card.