Interested in Radio?
Tune in WXUT FM 88.3 or log on to www.wxut.com. Try your voice at different formats like news, sports, music, and talk. Work behind
the scenes in production and promotion. The student staff works with seasoned professionals
who've been there and done that. Call 419-530-4172 or visit Room 2515 in the Student
Union for information on getting on the air.
Radio, Television, Journalism, Public Relations -- Whatever your career aspirations
are we have opportunities for you. Get involved, try out your skills, and gain valuable
Produce, Direct, Edit, Shoot Our students work together with faculty and two full-time professionals to produce
live sporting events, sports shows, and public affairs shows. Students work on their
own to produce news magazine shows which air on our UT campus cable network. Check
out UT:10, the 10-minute weekly newscast produced by the Comm-4100 TV Journalism class at the University of Toledo. The class is an integrated communication course
that takes what are four separate courses at most other universities, and combines
them into one class.
Picture yourself in front of or behind the camera?
In the studio or on the road, you'll be using HD professional equipment gaining practical
hands-on experience. Make sure you look at the facilities page to check out all the gear you'll be using.
Students learn how to research & write stories, shoot and edit video, and report and
anchor the news. Through the very intensive class, students are able to get a taste
of life in the world of news and media. The class covers local, national, and international
events from the UT perspective. Every semester, UT:10 News evolves and changes, striving
to meet new technologies and industry standards.
Interested in Public Relations ?
PR is a fast-growing field with many employment opportunities. Students can intern
in UT's Office of Public Relations or in other academic departments and colleges.
Whether writing press releases, designing brochures, or creating web sites, ambitious
students can jump start their PR careers right here on campus or with businesses and
Call public relations professor Gigi McNamara at 419.530.4382 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org for current information on getting started in UT's chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA).