The Daily Beacon is UT’s editorially independent student newspaper. It is published weekly (Wednesdays) when classes are in session and is distributed free of charge on newsstands across campus. Commentary, news and features about campus life, sports, art, and culture are offered to readers in print and online formats, including Facebook and Twitter postings. Sales, design, and editorial positions are filled by students, and applications are accepted throughout the year. Participation on the staff is open to any interested UTK student. Follow this link to apply online.
Lumos Media Services is a student operated video production house and creative communications office. Started in 2017 Lumos students meet with clients both internal and external to the university and help them with their communications needs. Video services is Lumos’s core business. Student positions include Video editors, videographers, colorists, transcribers, producers, writers, and more. The department is managed by a student leader that works for the Office of Student Media. If you’re interested in working for Lumos please complete the application here.
Phoenix, UTK’s student literary/art magazine, is in its fifty-first year of publication. Published twice annually, Phoenix presents selected student submissions of poetry and prose works, photography, and art. Fall deadline is in mid-September, and spring deadline is in mid-February. Participation on the staff is open to any interested UT Knoxville student. Follow this link to apply online.
The Volunteer Channel, UT’s student television station, reaches nearly 7,000 UT students in residence halls (UT campus cable 12) and 100,000 residents in surrounding counties on Comcast Digital channel 194. TVC features specials on campus events and UT sports, as well as various studio and field productions held throughout the semester.
WUTK-FM is an independent noncommercial college radio station owned by UT and operated by the UT Department of Journalism and Electronic Media. All music, news, and sports shows are student produced. WUTK is licensed to broadcast on 90.3MHz at 1000 watts.