Student Media

Student Media Organizations

Ball State Daily News

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The Daily News is a four-day-a-week student-directed newspaper. Its 90-year history makes it the longest standing student media organization on campus. It consistently wins top national awards from major student media organizations, including Columbia Scholastic Press Association, Associated Collegiate Press, and Society of Professional Journalists.

Newslink Indiana

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NewsLink Indiana is a 30-minute newscast airing live, four nights per week, not only on campus but throughout Delaware County. The Emmy Award-winning, student-produced newscast is the Muncie area's only television news report.

Ball Bearings

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Ball Bearings is the campus magazine and BallBearingsMag.com is its interactive website. This high-caliber, glossy magazine publishes a print edition twice a year and is home to long-form writing and outstanding photography. Students at Ball Bearings become experts in magazine design and are responsible for a companion tablet publication as well as original online multimedia stories that are published each week

WCRD: The Pulse of Ball State

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WCRD was created 25 years ago through the work of Ball State’s most famous alumnus, David Letterman, and late Professor Emeritus Darrell Wible, who was his close friend and college mentor. Then, only providing a low-power signal to the campus community, student-run station WCRD now operates as a fully FCC-licensed station serving all of Delaware County all day, every day.

Ball State Sports Link

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Sports Link is an Emmy Award-winning immersive learning experience, teaching students about digital sports programming. Students produce sports-related content for the university's media channels. Sports Link is a partner with Fox College Sports and runs the social media production each year for the one of the biggest sporting events in the country - the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament. Students produce real-time video highlights, photos, and tweets.