Student Newspaper & Media
The campus student newspaper, the Fox Journal, offers a challenge to anyone interested in journalism or a related field. Staff members gain valuable experience in reporting, editing, photography, graphic design, and advertising sales. Students may also earn academic credit for their work (if COM 104 is taken concurrently). Energetic new members are always welcome. Click here to view the current issue online.
- Advisor: Paula Lovell
- Phone: 920.832.2649
- E-mail: paula.lovell
University Studios is a student club that teaches students the fundamental principles of broadcasting. For credit or on a volunteer basis, students can get involved in closed-circuit campus radio or in video/television production or both! Previous experience is not needed. New members are always welcome!
- Advisor: Tom Frantz
- Phone: 920.832.2719
- E-mail: thomas.frantz
Students can learn the technical skills required to be a disc jockey by doing their own radio shows. Students involved can elect to earn academic credit by enrolling in COM 105, Applied Journalism Radio.
University Studios TV
University Studios Television: Students get “hands on” experience in producing a variety of televisions or short form videos. Some videos are broadcast to the community on cable (click here for current program listings and time), some videos are used on campus for other purposes, and some are purely experimental. All work is done using professional quality video production equipment. Students involved can elect to receive academic credit for their work by enrolling in Com 106, Applied Journalism TV. New members are always welcome. Previous experience is not needed.
Get “hands on” experience producing video!
Whether you’re a rookie with no experience or a polished director, University Studios TV can use you! US welcomes students from any academic major!
University Studios production work includes:
- creating original student programs for cable, (Fox Traxx, Theatre Near You)
- facilitating video production for community groups and local government;
- shooting campus events (theatre, music, lectures, special events & performances)
- assisting in campus video production needs (commercials, public service announcements, more!)
US is open to fresh new ideas for shows! Many of our current shows and past shows started as ideas generated by students. Bring your idea to a meeting!
Current shows in production include:
UW Fox Valley’s music video show
Theatre Near You
Cinema history and appreciation & movie reviews hosted by UW Fox Valley students.
Fox Cities Ice Dog Hockey
Elite Amateur Hockey games
City of Appleton Common Council
Gavel to gavel coverage of Appleton Common Council meetings
City of Menasha Common Council
Coverage of City of Menasha Administrative, Public Works & Personnel committee meetings and Common Council meetings.
Town of Menasha Board of Supervisors
Coverage of Town of Menasha Board of Supervisors meetings.