In Student Media, students learn the different aspects of the media, such as writing, editing, producing, DJing and selecting outside content, by doing them. Student Media is highly reflective of the students’ vision and participation. Student Media’s goals are to reflect the state of the Georgia State campuses, provide quality content to the campuses and city community and prepare students for a wide range of media presentation in their postgraduate career. This website is a useful reference for students who are looking to be involved or for someone wanting to learn more about Student Media.
Album 88 provides the student-run programming and broadcasts 24 hours, seven days a week online and on WRAS-HD2 and from 7 p.m. – 5 a.m. on 88.5 FM, Georgia State University’s 100,000 watt radio station. Album 88 has been selected by Creative Loafing staff and readers as the best overall radio station in Atlanta on multiple occasions. All Album 88 DJs are Georgia State students, and Georgia State University sports are covered by alumni employee Dave Cohen. NeoN is the student-run video-on-demand service of Student Media. In addition to livestreaming the Student Government Association (SGA) election debates. GSTV presents student-produced news and variety programming. Creative staff serve as both writers and directors and are each tasked with creating and producing an original NeoN production during the school year.
New South is Georgia State University’s student edited literary journal. It adheres to the standards of peer reviewed literature journals across the United States. The organization also stages a number of readings throughout the school year both on and off campus. More information on readings can be found at New South. The Signal is the student-run newspaper of Georgia State University. It features news writing from Georgia State students with letters from the campus and city community as well as occasional contributions from campus writers across the country. The Signal has received general excellence honors from the Georgia College Press Association and Southeast Journalism Conference.
Underground is Georgia State University’s undergraduate literary journal which is published twice a year and exclusively features the content of Georgia State students. Underground also hosts regular writing workshops for undergraduate students and regularly hosts readings featuring student contributors from each issue. Students can access content from all media groups via the mobile app, DMGATL. This app is free to download in Google Play or the App Store. The DMGATL app provides updated links to news stories, live audio streaming of Album 88, access to NeoN videos and more.