student media opportunities

Buff Sports Live "Your team. Your sports. Your show."
Buff Sports Live is the University of Colorado’s student-run sports television show. Students shoot and edit all of their own footage and write their own scripts. It is a great, hands-on way to learn about broadcast journalism and CU’s athletic organizations. As members of the media, students have access to sporting events and press conferences and conduct interviews with athletes and coaches.

CU Independent "All News. No Paper."  
The CU Independent is an award-winning, student-run 24/7 online news source that offers hands-on experience for people interested in writing, reporting, photography, video production, coding and other forms of multimedia journalism and technology. Learn more » 

CU Science Update
An Emmy-winning TV program and video podcast showcasing science research and education at CU and in Boulder.

Radio 1190
What’s your independent sound? Roots, Rock, Reggae? Tune to—and volunteer for—CU-Boulder’s Radio 1190/KVCU to learn more about the music and radio business. Students also program and host news/sports programming. Catch the station at 1190AM or online. Radio1190 is...

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CU News Corps
CU News Corps is a capstone course that puts students in an environment to develop the kind of in-depth investigative and explanatory reporting skills necessary to compete and flourish in real-world newsrooms. Offered through the Department of Journalism, CU News Corps works with other media outlets to both pair undergraduate journalism majors and graduate students with working journalists and to distribute student-produced news stories, multimedia work and interactive information to local and national media outlets. Students have won several awards for their reporting from organizations such as the Denver Press Club and the Society of Professional Journalists.

NewsTeam
More than just a for-credit class, NewsTeam Boulder teaches students how to produce a professional-quality newscast. The show runs 30 minutes and airs live twice weekly. This is NewsTeam.