Today Online News
The Today is published as an academic tool by the students and staff of the Department of Mass Communications and is the officially sanctioned student newspaper of Colorado State University-Pueblo. Students working on the Today must abide by the professional ethical standards defined by the Society of Professional Journalists (http://www.spj.org/ethicscode.asp) and the Associated Press. The Today news Web site is updated daily during the academic year. http://www.csupueblotoday.com/
The Today is published as an academic tool by the students and staff of the Department of Mass Communications and is the officially sanctioned student magazine of Colorado State University-Pueblo. Students working on the Today magazine must abide by the professional ethical standards defined by the Society of Professional Journalists (http://www.spj.orgethicscode.asp) and the Associated Press. The Today magazine is published quarterly with a circulation of 3,000. It is available on campus and at businesses and high schools throughout Pueblo.
For more information about the Today online news site or magazine, call 719.549.2847 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
KTSC-FM, better known as Rev 89 or, The Revolution, has actually been broadcasting since 1970, but under the Rev 89 brand since 1995. The station is managed by Jenna Mangino under CSU-Pueblo’s Department of Mass Communications and the Center for New Media but operated solely by students. Rev has gone through three different format changes. 1995-1998: Alternative/Modern Rock, 1998-2002: Top 40/Pop, and 2002-present: Hip Hop & R&B. Rev has kept the hip hop format due to its major success here in the Pueblo market. Rev 89 topped the Arbitron ratings for the first time in the spring of 2003, an impressive feat for a station of amateur talent and limited equipment and operating budget.
Rev 89 aims to mimic a commercial radio station, which is unusual for a college station, in order to better prepare students for the commercial environment upon graduation. Students working at Rev are enrolled in or have completed the course, Radio Station Operations. For more information, contact Mangino at 719.549.2821 or email@example.com.
The ThunderWolves’ Howl is a weekly update of campus news and events for students, faculty, and staff that is posted in the stalls of campus restrooms. The ThunderWolves’ Howl is published by the Division of Student Life. Items for the publication can be submitted to http://www.csupueblo.edu/studentactivities every Wednesday by noon. The ThunderWolves’ Howl will be posted every Friday during the academic year and is available at www.csupueblo.edu/thunderwolveshowl .