A&T Media Community
The University offers several campus media outlets to keep both the campus and community informed.
The North Carolina A&T State University Television Studio is located on the third floor in Crosby Hall. The current studio was built in 2005 and is a state-of-the-art High Definition facility. The TV Studio is located on the 3rd Level of Crosby Hall.
Manager: Ken DeVanney, 336-285-2066, email@example.com
A&T's Broadcast Voice, which serves the Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem metropolitan radio market. WNAA now operates with 10,000 watts at 90.1 MHz on the FM dial, and has a licensed coverage area of 35 to 45 miles (56–64 km). The Radio Station is located on the 3rd Level of Crosby Hall.
Manager: Tony Welborne, 336-285-2474, firstname.lastname@example.org
Newspapers are published every Wednesday and made available at 9 a.m. The A&T Register provides an atmosphere in which students will be able to gain experience
working in a professional environment and networking with other students that share their same interest, through volunteer/internship/contributor opportunities.
The Register Contributors meetings are held every Wednesday at 5 p.m. The A&T Register is located on the 3rd Level of the General Classroom Building.
Office: (336) 334‐7700 Fax (336) 334‐7770
Emily Harris, Faculty Advisor
email@example.com (336) 334‐ 7900, Ext. 2405
Paul Haizlip, Business & PR Manager
firstname.lastname@example.org (336) 334‐ 7700
The JOMC Journal is a new multimedia news platform operated by JOMC students at North Carolina A&T State University, under the direction of USA Today columnist DeWayne Wickham and managed by JOMC Professor Bonnie N. Davis. Student reporters report on everything from politics to lifestyles.
Manager: Bonnie Newman Davis, 336-285-3444, email@example.com
Housed in the Alumni Foundation Event Center, 200 North Benbow Road, University Relations serves as the communication and information center for the University.
Director, Nettie Rowland, 336-256-0863, firstname.lastname@example.org