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.

Students working in TV studio

With the Sherman R. Miller 3rd newsroom and KAMP’s state-of-the-art on-air and podcasting facilities now located in the University Services Building (just a couple hundred yards east of the Marshall Building and the School of Journalism), these engaged students utilize Student Media opportunities and facilities for true-to-life practice of what they’re learning in the classroom.

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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

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


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.