Your vibrant student media outlets present you with a superb opportunity to get involved and build experience with Torch TV, JAM Radio and The Hullfire newspaper.
Student media has a wealth of notable alumni who have developed established careers across the media, and credit their success to their experiences at HUU. Get involved and you’ll develop a range of practical and creative skills, gaining experience in a working media environment.
Run by students studying a range of different degrees, Torch TV create short films, music shows, documentaries and sport broadcasts, which have seen the station win awards at the National Student Television Association. The comprehensive training and the experience we offer has secured opportunities for our members in the world of film and TV, while giving you scope to explore their own ideas and projects.
We have two working studios that stream live radio from 10am-1pm, seven days a week. Our shows range from a two hour Wednesday night Crystal Clear (link) set, to a weekly roundup of union sports, as well as music shows across all genres.
Working with JAM Radio can offer unrivalled experiences in presenting, producing and engineering as well as opportunities to join the music, marketing and news teams.
Opportunities are open to all, regardless of experience. If you’re part of a society, contact us and we can discuss how we can advertise you or your event.
If you want to get involved contact [email protected]
We aim to provide a balanced reflection of the diverse student experience with no political bias. We’re as independent as possible as a student union publication. Our Standing Order states that we’re free to question and investigate the actions of HUU and the University of Hull, alongside being a platform for students to raise issues that concern the student body.