Our Clubs, Publications, and, Broadcasts
is a live, local, thirty-minute television broadcast that airs in all of west Texas and southern New Mexico. New Mexico State University students produce this for our PBS affiliate, KRWG-TV. This award-winning newscast is a unique opportunity for students to gain actual experience in television journalism and performance. The students produce, write, report, and anchor news, sports, and weather for the Southern New Mexico television audience under the direction of an experienced television news professional. The live studio production is entirely staffed with a student technical crew. Students also produce news segments in the Spanish language for airing on KRWG V-me TV. When students graduate from the News22 newsroom and studio they have all the tools needed to succeed and thrive in a highly competitive field. News22 has been on the air for more than twenty years and has helped students become leaders in the world of broadcast journalism. Turn on the local television news in almost any major city in the United States and you are likely to spot a former News22 and NMSU alumni. Some of the participants volunteer, others are paid employees, and still others take News22 for credit. Students from all over campus take part in News22—you do not have to be a journalism student. For more information contact Nick Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit the official website: krwgnews22.com
The Broadcasters Club
is another exciting option for NMSU students interested in television or radio is our Broadcasters Club. We meet every other week during the semester and are joined by industry professionals from the local area or from around the world as they share they experience in journalism and broadcasting with us. Students raise funds through bake sales and car washes and attend professional conferences both in and out of state.
For more information about the Broadcasters Club, please contact Roger Mellen at email@example.com
is the Photojournalism club at NMSU. It is open to majors and non-majors, and it offers students the opportunity to gain experience as a photojournalist outside the classroom. It emphasizes on visual story telling along with basic photography skills and workshops.
The advance photography classes produce and maintain a website for the display of student work: NMSU.Documentaryshooters.com
For more information about the Dodge & Burn Club, please contact Professor Bruce Berman at Brucini@NMSU.edu
Members will get real life working experience as if it were from a real life advertising agency.
The group is centered around a year-long project where members have to an create entire Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) plan for a different client each year.
For more information about AdFed, please contact Professor Chung at firstname.lastname@example.org
The department’s annual alumni magazine, published as an on line site as well as a print edition, provides students with a unique opportunity to write, photograph, edit and design at all phases of the production. An editor is chosen in the fall semester to guide a staff in reporting innovations and successes of the department as well as describing campus changes and recording current history for interested former students. The Scoop showcases student excellence and makes a powerful addition to a graduate’s professional portfolio while providing a chronicle of progress in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communications available to alumni and also for prospective students and their families.
An online publication by journalism students at New Mexico State University. Visit the website and follow them on Facebook and Twitter.
Kokopelli is an online news publication produced by journalism students at New Mexico State University. Kokopelli provides a unique opportunity for advanced journalism students to write, shoot and edit content for publication on a weekly basis under the supervision of a faculty adviser. Students cover breaking and general campus news including athletics. Additional coverage beats include senior administration, student government, academics, and arts and entertainment. Students are also responsible for managing Kokopelli’s various social media channels.
Kokopelli provides an excellent opportunity for students to hone their reporting skills, publish their work, increase exposure and enhance their professional portfolios. Students may also receive course credit for their work.
Kokopelli now has its own newsroom complete with desktop computers and a variety of field equipment available for checkout by student contributors. For more information, please contact Darren Phillips at email@example.com.