UHM Student Media Survey
UHM Student Media Board is the Chartered Student Organization responsible for student media programs on campus, such as Ka Leo (student campus news), Hawai`i Review (literary journal), KTUH (broadcast and online radio) and UH Productions (video).
Student media provides students opportunities to engage in media organizations and participate in all aspects of production and management. Student media is a resource for the campus community as well as the public as it reflects the student voice.
These programs are funded predominantly by student fees, a total of $16 per student a semester. About 120 students participate in all aspects of these programs - creating content, delivering services and making media available through multiple platforms. The student fee (named as the BCA and BOP Fee) that funds these programs has not increased since the 1980s and since inception for some of the programs.
In order to sustain these programs, it has become increasingly difficult to fund them with the existing fee and other income streams. This has resulted in resulting in multiple cuts over the years.
This survey is aimed to obtain feedback directly from students about a student fee increase proposal to sustain student media programs.
SMB Fee Proposal at a glance:
For detail of the SMB Fee Proposal please see here: http://www.manoanow.org/smb/documents/
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