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Campus Media

The University offers several campus media outlets to keep both the campus and community informed. View more information about the outlets below.

TV Studio

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: 336-285-2099



WNAA-FM, 90.1MHz (HD 1&2) (Radio Station)

A&T's Broadcast Voice, which serves the Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem metropolitan radio market. WNAA 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) and covers 14 counties in North Carolina and Southwestern Virginia. The Radio Station is located on the 3rd Level of Crosby Hall.

Manager: Tony Welborne, 336-334-7936, tonyb@ncat.edu



The A&T Register (Student Newspaper)

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.


Manager: Emily Harris, (336) 285-3449, edburch@ncat.edu


The JOMC Journal (Multimedia Blog)

The JOMC Journal is a  multimedia news platform with content generated by JOMC students at North Carolina A&T State University. Local, national and international news is covered via text,  photographs, audio, slideshows, video and other emerging news media and technology.


Aggie Media Group (Public Relations Firm)

The Aggie Media Group is a student-run, faculty-advised public relations agency serving the North Carolina A&T State University community. Established in 2012, The Aggie Media Group will provide a number of services including: Media Relations, Quantitative and Qualitative Research; Social Media, Community Outreach, Publicity Campaigns and Event Planning.


JOMC Connections Newsletter

The department publishes a semiannual (Spring and Fall) featuring news on alumni, students, faculty and more.


Triad Perspectives

Triad Perspectives is a campus based show featuring host Ms. Sandra Hughes. Our message is “Engaging Campus and Community.” We will discuss issues and situations that affect our campus and local communities from week to week. Tune in from 5:30-6pm every Monday on channel 69 via Time Warner Cable and on channel 9 at North Carolina A&T State University



Media Partners

The department engages with a number of local and national media groups, including

CBC/WRAL COMMUNITY FUND OF TRIANGLE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
WXII
WGHP
WFMY
NBCUNIVERSAL
COMCAST
HEARST
ESPN
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK JOURNALISTS (NABJ)
TRIAD ASSOCIATION OF BLACK JOURNALISTS (TABJ)