The paper’s features section has a double page spread focusing on the German Christmas Market in Bournemouth Square and also the Garden of Lights, which is located in the Lower Gardens.
BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism students at BU have started their own branch of online newspaper The Tab.
A group of writers from the Media School have been adding content to the new tabloid website for the last few weeks and the site is now fully operational.
Since the original website started in Cambridge in 2009, it has spread to a number of locations across the UK and now gets thousands of unique visitors daily.
By Frankie Lee
A final year BACOM student is aiming to put an end to poverty with her role as part of the charity aleeVee8.
Third year BA Communication and Media student Chelsey Groves-Cooper is Youth Board coordinator for AleeVee8.
I spoke to Chelsey at a presentation event for the charity, which featured CEO David Frankel and honorary patron Tobias Ellwood MP.
The NewsLab BU team responsible for coverage of the 2012 presidential election has been presented with an award by the Broadcast Journalism Training Council.
Media School students were given the ‘Best Radio News Day’ prize for their night-long rolling coverage of Barack Obama’s electoral battle with Mitt Romney on 6th November of last year.
Students on the BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism course have set up Undertone Online – a website for music news, reviews and discussion.
Starting its life in early 2013 as a webzine created by a small group of first year BAMMJ students, it is now a larger online hub for music information with contributors from all over the UK.
The website received well over 1000 views in its first few days online and has since featured interviews with acts as varied as up and coming pop singer-songwriter Emma McGann and legendary Irish boyband Boyzone.