Moody College Media
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KUT & KUTX
As NPR’s Austin affiliates, KUT 90.5 and KUTX 98.9 provide news and music content that reflects Austin’s diverse interests and tastes.
Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas
The Knight Center for Journalism is a professional training and outreach program and news site for journalists in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Texas Student Media
The "uncensored voice" of the university, Texas Student Media is composed of student-produced media: The Daily Texan newspaper, the humor magazine Texas Travesty, the Cactus yearbook, KVRX 91.7 FM, Burntx.com, and Texas Student Television (TSTV).
Student Media Showcase
Texas Newswatch, a TV news show produced by students at the School of Journalism, leads a group of students in producing a weekly newscast.
East Austin Stories is a series of documentaries created in collaboration with UT filmmakers and community members in the culturally rich East Austin neighborhood.
Reporting Texas showcases the best student journalism through its website and by offering quality multimedia reporting to local, state and national news outlets.
A series of interviews with media industry professionals, Media Industry Conversations engage students with today's evolving media landscape.
Through Musicians Off the Record, students interview local musicians and industry figures to chronicle the importance of music to the Austin community.
ORANGE Magazine is a lifestyle magazine produced by students of the University of Texas at Austin that gives students hands-on experience producing a magazine.
The Voces Oral History Project documents and creates a better awareness of the contributions of U.S. Latinos and Latinas of the WWII, Korean War and Vietnam War generations.