There’s a lot going on at Rutgers. A wide variety of print, online, and broadcast media resources tie together the Rutgers community and keep students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the public informed.
Other Rutgers Media
RU in Print, Online, and on the Air
Rutgers Magazine features articles on campus culture and stories about alumni, student, and faculty achievements.
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Rutgers University Press publishes books in print and electronic formats in disciplines across the humanities, social sciences, and sciences.
Rutgers’ campus television network consists of more than 70 channels of educational, news, public affairs, entertainment, and commercial programming, including productions by students, faculty, and staff.
The Rutgers iTV Studio is a professional digital HD broadcast facility that offers video, audio, and multimedia production services to the university, the state, and beyond. With ISDN audio transmission, fiber and satellite connectivity, it provides 24-hour access to major broadcast outlets around the world, such as the BBC, CNN, ESPN, NPR, and PBS.
WRSU is the alternative radio station serving Rutgers–New Brunswick and Central Jersey.
WRNU Rutgers Radio Newark is a nonprofit, free-format radio station serving the students, faculty, and staff of Rutgers–Newark.
WCCR, a noncommercial, student-operated, internet-based radio station, offers listeners an ever-expanding playlist of emerging and existing talent from all styles of music.
A joint project between Rutgers University and Piscataway High School, The Core is a 24-hour-a-day source for independent news, community programming, and underground music.