Nerve Media has grown more in the last year than ever before.
With a multi-award winning Radio station, award winning magazine, and a rapidly expanding news and online team keeping students entertained and up-to-date on the radio and online. Plus, we’re now located in the new student centre!
Nerve is YOUR student media and is run entirely by students, for students. The brilliant thing about Nerve Media is that you can do whatever you want, whether it’s writing an article about your favourite band for Online, or doing fun challenges with your friends on Nerve Radio, Nerve Media is perfect for you!
There are four sections of Nerve you can get involved in:
Head of Online Content: Rebecca Pates (email@example.com)
Nerve Online, the youngest platform of the Nerve family, is going into its third year, growing bigger and better every time. With a site redesign and record number of content and articles last year, Nerve Online is looking for a team of enthusiastic writers to contribute to one of three sub-sections: Entertainment, Fashion or Features.
In the upcoming months, Online is planning to expand even more, producing more video and interactive content whilst also looking forward to exciting interview and review opportunities. We’re looking for people who want to produce content about anything and everything, from a gig review to talking about something you’re passionate about, Nerve Online is the place you can showcase just that, and all from the comfort from your own bedroom!
Magazine Editor: Joe Tattersall (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Nerve Magazine is Bournemouth University’s student magazine, read by thousands of students on campus and even more internationally online. Comprised of features, entertainment, fashion, comment and sport, the magazine publishes a variety of content on a monthly basis.
The Magazine team are looking for some talented writers, illustrators, photographers and designers to carry Nerve Magazine into the new academic year.
Head of Nerve News: Sarah Tijou (email@example.com)
Last year, Nerve News became a bigger and more fluent platform to broadcast and publish output.
It also saw the birth of two completely new news radio shows, which have excelled in audience reach and journalistic ability. We also produced a record number of news bulletins over our FM period, all with originally sourced audio. Our video and online platforms have grown and made unbelievable progress since last year’s team and we are looking to expand on this further.
So if you are media savvy, a budding journalist or film maker or have an exciting idea to expand News further, then take a look at what’s on offer and apply!
Station Manager: Dom Belcher (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Nerve Radio has celebrated immense success in recent years. The four Student Radio Association awards started the year in fine style. This has allowed Nerve to be recognised on a much higher scale not just with the SRA but also now industry professionals. To build on this success further success continued at the I Love Student Radio Awards in Exeter. Nerve was also highly recommended for most improved student radio station which highlights to the rapid development it is making.
Nerve Radio is looking for presenters, techies, producers and DJ’s to continue providing original and fun content as part of a massive team of up to 500 students.