TCU Student Media gives students an opportunity to explore leadership and storytelling through the framework of journalism.
TCU Student Media is responsible for three online sites: TCU360.com, the109.org and politifrog.com, as well as the weekly newspaper, The Skiff. Students enrolled in skills classes, such as Reporting, Multimedia and Newscast contribute content to the sites and the newspaper, but student volunteers from any major can also produce content for publication.
Students are encouraged to explore various media platforms and digital tools while gaining experience that will help them in the studies at TCU and in professional media.
View and search our open positions below:
Job Description: Copy editors are responsible for making sure stories adhere to grammar, spelling and punctuation rules as well as AP and TCU style. They are expected to edit stories in a timely manner to help ensure that work meets minimum publication standards. They are also expected to help cultivate a newsroom culture that is […]
The editor of Skiff is responsible for managing content and the production of the weekly publication.
The editor of The 109 is expected to organize and supervise the organization.
Managing editors are expected to act a liaison between the executive editor and the line editors.
Job Description Photograph and shoot video of events and activities on and off-campus. Pro-actively seek diverse assignments that enhance stories or provide stand alone coverage. They are also expected to help cultivate a newsroom culture that is inclusive and welcoming. Experience: Strong examples of photography and video work. Able to work two to six hours […]
The ideal candidate is eager to look for ways to amplify coverage and facilitate conversation between the publication and its audience.
Job Description: The design editor is expected to organize and supervise the visual presentation of The Skiff. This person is expected to work in conjunction with the Skiff editors, as well as other staff members involved with publication. The design editor is also expected to help cultivate an environment that is inclusive and welcoming. The […]
Line editors are expected to work directly with reporters to help them develop content that meets minimum publication standards.
The web editor is responsible for ensuring a positive user experience across all devices in addition to troubleshooting technical issues.
The executive editor of TCU 360 is expected to organize and supervise the organization.
More about TCU Student Media:
Student editors are selected every semester to guide the organization. These paid positions are leadership positions that allow students create a vision for how news content should be developed and displayed. Student editors are expected to contribute across platforms as writers and editors.
The executive editor of TCU360, as well as the managing editors and Skiff editor are expected to make day-to-day and long-range publishing decisions for the organization.
Need more information? Contact Jean Marie Brown.