Student media

Fancy getting involved in sport media? Can't get to the match and want to find out how your team is getting on?

The University of Birmingham Sport work closely with the Guild of Students media groups to provide information and coverage of fixtures and events across campus. It's not just for viewing though, get in touch with the groups if you fancy yourself as the next big sport writer, commentator, broadcaster or photographer.

 

Redbrick Newspaper

The awards winning student newspaper covers the main stories and issues facing students across campus. If you are a budding sports writer, photographer, proofreader or editor, then get in touch with the sports team on sport@redbrickonline.co.uk or visit http://www.redbrickpaper.co.uk/.

 

Burn FM

BURN is the University’s student radio station, and gives you all of the skills involved in radio broadcasting. If you want to get involved in sports broadcasting contact the team on sport@burnfm.com or visit http://www.burnfm.com/.  

 

Guild TV

Guild Television (G:TV) is the University's student-run television station who produce and direct many of our own programmes, including sport, as well as filming events across campus and throughout the wider Birmingham area. If you are interested in joining G:TV, either infront or behind the camera, contact the team on gtv@guild.bham.ac.uk or visit http://www.guildtv.co.uk/.

 

PhotoSoc

Photosoc is for anyone interested in photography, absolute beginner or professional. They cover all things photography including workshops, classes, trips around Birmingham and the rest of the country and hold a big exhibition at least once per year.

Photosoc regularly host professional guest photographers to share their great work and knowledge in photography, media and business. They have a collection of photographic equipment for anything from getting used to how digital cameras work to setting up a portable studio to developing films in the society darkroom. To find out more email photosoc@guild.bham.ac.uk or see the website http://www.photosoc.org/.