LSUNow.com, previously LSUReveille.com, strives to promote content from all LSU Student Media platforms and train future journalists for an increasingly digital workplace. Reporters, who also produce stories, columns and packages for The Daily Reveille and Tiger TV, learn to produce data-driven graphics, interactives and other web extras for engaging online content.
The Daily Reveille
The Daily Reveille is the campus newspaper and has been a staple source of information for LSU students since 1887. The Daily Reveille currently publishes every Wednesday during the fall and spring semesters and once a week during the summer semester. The Daily Reveille not only works with reporters to make them better writers, but better photographers, designers and editors.
Tiger TV broadcasts live news, sports and entertainment programs three days a week via livestream on LSUNow.com as well as daily news and updates. Tiger TV has been training station managers, camera operators, news, sports and entertainment reporters, programmers, on-air personalities and producers since 1988 and has grown to include an almost $1-million state of the art television studio.
KLSU is an FCC-licensed NCE (non-commercial educational) radio station, broadcasting with 5,700 watts of power at 91.1 on the FM dial. The station also streams live online at LSUNow.com The station is on the air 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, training DJs, producers, directors and hosts. On-air show hosts can play music from a 10,000-song library on a computer based play-out system, CDs, or even vinyl records.
Legacy is a general-interest, feature magazine that debuted in 1994, evolving from a previous student publication, Gumbo Magazine. Legacy publishes twice a year and trains photographers, designers and writers for jobs in magazine journalism. It strives for well-researched stories and edgy design.
The Gumbo yearbook has chronicled the entire academic year at LSU in more than 300 pages of full color since 1900. In words and especially photos, Gumbo shows the people, places and events that make each year unique. In addition to formal portraits of schools and departments, the book contains hundreds of snapshots of students with their friends and dozens of pages showcasing organizations.
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