HUU Student Media
Our ongoing investment in supporting a vibrant student media at here HUU presents you with the once in a lifetime opportunity as a student to get involved with Torch TV, Jam Radio and The Hullfire Newspaper.
HUU Student Media has a wealth of notable alumni who have developed established careers in all fields of media, and who credit their success to their experience here at HUU.
By joining these long established student led groups you will develop a range of practical and creative skills, gaining experience in a variety of areas of media.
Join our national award winning student TV station!
Whether you have lots of filming experience or have never picked up a camera before, Torch TV student television offer a range of opportunities in Directing, Producing, Camera, Sound, Production, Editing, Acting or Socials to get involved with.
Run by students from a range of degree backgrounds, we create a range of short films, music shows, documentaries and sports broadcasts, which have seen us win national awards with the National Student Television Association.
We offer comprehensive training and have secured our members many varied and interesting opportunities in the world of film and television, whilst also giving scope for students to explore their own ideas and projects.
Opportunities are open to all, regardless of past experience. Enthusiasm and an interest in learning are key.
If you want to get involved then contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Founded back in 1983, JAM Radio has had many incarnations in its time, but is back and bigger than ever, following an extensive refurbishment and investment in equipment over the summer of 2017, in partnership with our very own Alumni, Broadcast Radio.
We have two working studios that stream out live radio through our website from 10am – 10pm, 7 days a week, and a myriad of shows ranging from a 2-hour Wednesday night Crystal Clear set, to a weekly roundup of union sports, as well as music shows ranging from pop, to punk, to metal, to indie, and everything in-between.
We can offer unrivalled experiences in presenting, producing and engineering as part of a radio station, as well as opportunities to join our music, marketing and news teams.
Opportunities are open to all University of Hull students regardless of degree programme or prior experience.
If you're part of a society, drop us a line and we can create an advert for you or an event you're holding for our live playout.
If you want to get involved then contact: email@example.com
The Hullfire is the free, official student publication of Hull University Union.
Written and edited by students, for students, any student at Hull can get involved and contribute to the paper, all you need to do is get in touch. In our pages, we aim to provide a balanced reflection of the diverse student experience at the University of Hull.
The Hullfire has no political bias. It is independent to the fullest extent possible as a student union publication. As stated in its Standing Order (2006, point 2c), The Hullfire is free to question and investigate the actions of Hull University Union and the University of Hull, and be a platform from which students can raise issues that concern the student body.
The Hullfire looks to generate high quality news, features, sport, opinion, editorial content, and other coverage of events and issues of relevance to the student body. The Hullfire resolves to maintain a level of professionalism over and above that expected of a student newspaper.
In adhering to the above aims, The Hullfire can be an instrument for good at the University of Hull, and an asset to the members of Hull University Union.
We are always on the lookout for great writers, reporters, photographers and proof-readers
If you want to get involved then contact: firstname.lastname@example.org