Monmouth offers multiple media platforms for students to tell stories, showcase their creativity and build their resume. The College’s media outlets are open to all students, regardless of their major.
TV and radio
A professional television studio with all-digital production in Wallace Hall is home to MC-TV, a series program featuring news, entertainment and original student films. The third floor of Wallace Hall is also home to the College’s legendary WPFS – Proud Fighting Scots Radio. The station can be heard on 105.9 over FM and streamed online. What began in the 1960s with a cheap transmitter and a couple of beer cans has evolved into a professional space that allows students to host music programs, produce podcasts and deliver newscasts.
Newspaper and magazine
The Courier is the College’s student-produced weekly newspaper, which is distributed around campus and produced online. The College’s other student-produce print publication is COIL – an annual journal of original prose and poetry, art, and photography.
Campus office internships
Students may also work and intern in the College’s Sports Information Office and Office of Communications and Marketing. Students can work in both offices as writers, video producers, photographers and graphic designers.
The city of Monmouth is home to a pair of independent and locally owned radio stations – WRAM-AM (1330) and WMOI-FM (97.7). Monmouth students may intern and work at the stations, where they can help produce the news and podcasts, cover local sports events, or work in the stations’ marketing, sales and promotions department.