LSU has six student media organizations: The Daily Reveille, Tiger TV, KLSU radio, LSUNow.com, Legacy magazine and Gumbo, the university yearbook. The LSU Office of Student Media hires nearly 200 paid students each semester from any major and concentration. Student Media also has its own Advertising and Marketing department.
The Daily Reveille
The Daily Reveille has been providing local and state news to the LSU community since 1887.
Tiger TV broadcasts live news, sports and entertainment programs four days a week via live stream, and rebroadcasts three days a week on WBTR, or local cable channel 19.
KLSU, a FCC-licensed, non-commercial, educational radio station, broadcasts 24/7 with 23kW watts of power at 91.1 FM. Listeners can tune in to 91.1 FM from up to 40 miles away from campus, or listen to KLSU worldwide via web streaming.
Legacy, LSU’s feature magazine, publishes twice a year and covers LSU culture, trends and issues.
The Gumbo yearbook covers LSU's entire academic year in 300 full-color pages. In addition to formal portraits of graduates, the Gumbo contains hundreds of snapshots of students with their friends and dozens of pages highlighting on and off-campus organizations and events.
Advertising and Marketing
The Advertising and Marketing department of LSU Student Media includes Advertising Sales Account Executives, Marketing Managers, and Graphic Designers.