Moody College Media

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Moody College Media
Read about our leading media and content producers


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

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

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,, and Texas Student Television (TSTV).

Moody College is home to the some of the most creative and dynamic storytellers in the world.

Our students, faculty and staff members create, entertain and inform readers and audiences across all media and platforms. They include established and up-and-coming advertisers, archivists, filmmakers, photographers, journalists and more.

Nurturing Creativity

Advertising Bridge Illustrations

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In the spring of 2016, students in Advertising Lecturer Brent Ladd’s campaigns course illustrated the Moody Bridge for a class assignment. Check out their striking renditions of the College’s new landmark, which connects the Belo Center for New Media with the historic Jesse H. Jones Communication Complex.

Encouraging Innovation

RTF Showcase

RTF Student Showcase

Filmmaking students in the Department of Radio-Television-Film come from around the world because they share a passion for great stories, a willingness to work hard and take creative risks. We mentor these talented artists, spurring them to strengthen their craft and master the art of cinematic storytelling. Watch some recent documentary and narrative productions by students. 

Embracing Diversity

Photojournalism Student Work

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Students studying in Moody College develop their distinct voice and vision by learning from the best professionals and creatives in the various communication fields. View photos made by students taking Magnum Photographer Eli Reed’s Reporting Images class.

Cultivating Knowledge

Texas Newswatch

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Each week during the semester, students in the School of Journalism learn to become journalists by doing all the things professional reporters do. Students in the Television Reporting class research, report and film Texas Newswatch, the live broadcast news program about local and campus issues. Watch previous episodes of the weekly program.

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

East Austin Stories

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

Reporting Texas

Reporting Texas showcases the best student journalism through its website and by offering quality multimedia reporting to local, state and national news outlets.

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Media Industry Conversations (MIC)

A series of interviews with media industry professionals, Media Industry Conversations engage students with today's evolving media landscape.

Musicians off the record

Musicians Off the Record

Through Musicians Off the Record, students interview local musicians and industry figures to chronicle the importance of music to the Austin community.

orange magazine

Orange Magazine

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.


Dispatch 40

Produced by Journalism students, Dispatch 40 is a podcast series comprised of enterprise journalism stories about issues affecting the Forty Acres.