The Arizona Daily Wildcat is the student-run umbrella news organization which supports delivering news, information and entertainment to campus and beyond through print, online, mobile app, Facebook and Twitter. The 125+ student employees of the Arizona Daily Wildcat strive to be the primary source of information for, by and about the University of Arizona community, and contribute to campus life by providing a voice for students. The print Wildcat is available at 140 rack locations on campus and at local businesses near UA campus.
KAMP Student Radio is home to more than 125 student volunteers, employees and all genres of music. Students manage the station, anchor its shows, and provide mobile deejay services to campus organizations and local businesses. Listen to KAMP 24/7 on its livestream, using its iPhone or Google play apps, and on AM 1570. Residence Hall students can hear KAMP through closed-circuit television on UATV channel 3. KAMP is also broadcast live to the Park Student Union. Watch KAMP students in action in this video produced by Arizona Public Media.
UATV has a staff of more than 60 student reporters, anchors, producers, directors, videographers and editors who work to provide entertainment and campus news to the public. During the school year UATV broadcasts 24 hours a day, seven days a week to more than 6,000 students in the residence halls on channel 3. UATV programming consists of a live feed from mtvU plus a variety of student-produced programming, including "Wildcast", an in-depth weekly news show, sports debate on its "Dorm Room Sports Chat", and a late-night talk show "UA Tonight." UATV's student-produced shows are also available on its YouTube channel.
Student employment or volunteers opportunities are available with all these media. Read more about them.