UEA SU is very proud of its award-winning Media Collective - Concrete (our student newspaper), Livewire 1350 (our radio station) and UEA:TV (our TV station).
These three societies work together to produce high-quality media and engage UEA students with relevant and dynamic content.
Concrete is the University of East Anglia's official student newspaper and is published fortnightly in print and online. You can pick up a paper copy on campus or in the city and can read the issues online.
Concrete are always looking for new writers and photographers, so take the opportunity to join our award-winning newspaper!
Drop us an email to get involved or join on our page.
Website - http://www.concrete-online.co.uk/
Twitter - @Concrete_UEA
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/ConcreteNewspaper
LinkedIn - http://www.linkedin.com/company/concrete---the-uea%27s-official-student-newspaper
UEA:TV is a student-run television station which focuses on training our members in a wide variety of roles, as well as producing our own original programming and coverage. We operate in Factual, Music, Entertainment and Sport programming, working closely with Concrete and Livewire 1350 to complete the student media experience for UEA students.
You can join our award-winning society here!
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UEATV/?ref=br_rs
Twitter - @UeaTV
Website - www.ueatv.com
Our student-led radio station Livewire 1350 has been the soundtrack to UEA for 25 years. We broadcast live throughout termtime from Union House and have won a host of awards since getting started.
Listen up - broadcasting on www.livewire1350.com from 9am to midnight every day and via the TuneIn Radio App - just search for Livewire 1350.
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/livewire1350am
Twitter - @Livewire1350
Website - livewire1350.com
Our media collective are all members of recognised bodies - the Student Publication Association, the National Student Television Association and the Student Radio Association. They are also multi-award winners. In April 2017, they received 38 nominations for national awards between them in a single week!
Getting involved in the media collective will help you gain a huge range of skills - not only will you get the chance to use professional equipment and publish your own work, you'll also learn a lot about how these industries work.
You'll also have the opportunity to produce media coverage for big Union events, like Pimp My Barrow and Derby Day, and get involved in charity events like Livewire's annual Jailbreak. You could even end up with your own show or column. There really is no limit to what you could achieve!