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UCLA Student Media

Student Media is the organization that encapsulates UCLA’s student-run newspaper, radio station and cultural newsmagazines. Hundreds of students work for these various publications and organizations every year.

The UCLA Communications Board was created to support UCLA’s student-run media.   From its beginnings in 1919 as the Publications Board, which was responsible for a campus newspaper and yearbook, the Communications Board today oversees ten media titles and several web sites that involve more than 600 students during the year.

The Communications Board is a student-majority board made up of eight students appointed by the undergraduate and graduate student governments at UCLA and representatives from the university, alumni, and faculty, as well as other at-large members, many of them alumni, from the fields of journalism, marketing and law.