Arizona Student Media


Arizona Student Media operates independently of the School of Journalism, yet the majority of Daily Wildcat, KAMP Student Radio and UATV-3 participants are journalism majors.

We encourage journalism students to leverage opportunities available through Arizona Student Media with the Sherman R. Miller 3rd newsroom and KAMP’s state-of-the-art on-air and podcasting facilities located in the University Services Building. Involvement in Student Media has led to a multitude of media opportunities for our graduates.

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Arizona Daily Wildcat

The university’s officially-recognized editorially-independent student news outlet since 1899, the Daily Wildcat thrives to this day across platforms thanks to the commitment of more than 100 student staffers – a significant number of them journalism majors serving as editors, reporters, photographers, video/multimedia producers, designers, advertising sales reps and more. Student leaders truly run the show, making all editorial decisions, and helping the Wildcat – a 2017 inductee into the Associated Collegiate Press Hall of Fame – earn national recognition along the way.

Arizona Daily Wildcat

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KAMP Student Radio

More than 60 student employees and volunteers each year keep KAMP Student Radio’s airwaves humming – that’s 24 hours a day, seven days a week. KAMP’s prototypical freeform “college radio” programming lineup is now in its fourth decade on the air – specifically via internet livestream – and features curated music across genres, news, sports talk and play-by-play and more.

Kamp Student Radio

Student in radio recording booth


Via its weekly “Wildcast” news magazine show, regular “Daily Dose” updates, and unique sports and entertainment programming, the entirely student-produced UATV-3 lineup has solidified itself as a legitimate student voice for more than two decades. UATV-3 programming run live, always, with broadcasts available to more than 6,500 students across the UA’s 23 on-campus residence halls, and to the greater student, alumni and supporting community via online streaming platforms such as Facebook Live and YouTube Live.


Student broadcaster on air