College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Campus Media

NC A&T State University offers several campus media outlets to keep both the campus and community informed. Journalism students are able to get involved and gain experience to build their portfolios through a number of these on-campus and external resources.

Aggie Media Group (Public Relations Firm)

The Aggie Media Group is a student-run, faculty-advised public relations agency serving the North Carolina A&T community. Established in 2012, The Aggie Media Group has provided a number of services including: Media Relations, Quantitative and Qualitative Research; Social Media, Community Outreach, Publicity Campaigns and Event Planning. It is being revitalized in 2023, following the pandemic, by student leaders Bria Williams and Santroya Pitzer with faculty advisor Dr. Kamalipour, assisted by Communications Coordinator Suzette Phillips. Both can be contacted at 336-334-7900. Follow on IG: aggiemediagroup

TV Studio

The North Carolina A&T Television Studio is located on the third floor in Crosby Hall. The current studio was built in 2005 and is a state-of-the-art high-definition facility, that will soon be undergoing some major upgrades and renovations. It's the home of the student-produced Aggie News broadcast, led by Ed Moye. TV Studio Manager Ed Moye 336-285-3438 and Adminstrative Support Associate Caroline Jones 336-285-2099. Follow on IG: aggie_jomc

The A&T Register (Student News Website and Publication)

Students vying for a byline should consider joining the A&T Register. The digital publication updates up to three times daily on its website. There is a weekly contributor's meeting held every Monday at 5pm in General Classroom Building (GCB) 328. The meeting is open to all NC A&T students.

Its print edition publishes twice each semester. The A&T Register provides an atmosphere in which students are able to gain experience working in a professional environment and networking with other students who share their same interests, through volunteer/internship/contributor opportunities.

The Register's Contributors meetings are held every Monday at 5 p.m. sharp. The A&T Register occupies its own offices with a few individual offices for editing and meeting deadlines. The three Student Editors, all serving in paid positions, are as follows: 

  1. Editor-in-Chief Rosegalie Cineus
  2. Managing Editor Kamryn Jackson
  3. Senior Editor Kaila Collier

There is a joint email box for inquiries. The editors are assisted by industry professional advisor Jennifer Fernandez and faculty advisor Professor David Squires. Follow on IG: theatregister

Radio Station WNAA-FM, 90.1 FM

WNAA is N.C. A&T's Broadcast Voice, which serves the Greensboro, High Point, and Winston-Salem metropolitan radio market. WNAA operates with 10,000 watts at 90.1 MHz MH- HD 1&2 on the FM dial, and has a licensed coverage area of 35 to 45 miles (56–64 km). The radio station is excited to cover 14 counties in North Carolina and Southwest Virginia. The reach is known worldwide because of social media, particularly around the university's Greatest Homecoming on Earth (GHOE) held annually each fall. 

WNAA is located on the 3rd Level of Crosby Hall, Room 324. Students interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities at the radio station should contact Ezinma Leak-Murphy 336-334-7936. The Station Manager is Tony WelborneFollow on IG: ncat_wnaa


WNAA-FM was originally established in 1979 as a direct outgrowth of North Carolina A&T’s first radio station, WANT-AM, which was built in 1966 by electronics students (including current General Manager Tony Welborne) as a class project. WNAA operated from 1979 to 1985 as a local Greensboro station, serving the campus and small areas of the city with 10 watts of power. In 1985, the station was granted permission to upgrade to a full-power noncommercial FM stereo station. It is a great place for students to hone their radio broadcast, recording commercials and PSA writing skills. 


Currently, WNAA operates with 10,000 watts at 90.1 MHz on the FM and HD dial and has a licensed coverage area of 35 to 45 miles (56–64 km). The station experiences an actual coverage area of 35 to 55 miles (56–88 km) in most directions. WNAA is licensed to serve the Greensboro, High Point, and Winston-Salem metropolitan radio market. This area, coupled with the secondary coverage area, allows WNAA to cover a 14 county area in the northern Piedmont of North Carolina and even parts of southwestern Virginia..


Public Service Announcements (PSAs) on WNAA-FM are available to not-for-profit organizations, educational institutions, and governmental agencies only.  


  • May be submitted to WNAA-FM up to eight weeks in advance, but a minimum of two weeks is required
  • Must be in written or printed form, and may be submitted in person, by mail or via email at or by visiting (NO FAXES please)
  • Must include the contact person’s name and phone number plus email address
  • Will be edited for time and station policy
  • May not promote any commercial businesses
  • Third-party financial support for organizations or agencies will not be acknowledged in the PSA
  • May be limited to one per 30-day period when the station has a large number of PSA submissions

WNAA makes no promise or guarantees to air all PSAs received. In addition, there is not a specific number of times, or frequency of airing promised.

Organizations requesting a specific schedule of broadcast times and days, must purchase underwriting time. Printed underwriting information is available by calling 336-334-7936.

Community Calendar Policy

The following event announcements cannot be produced as PSAs, but can be listed in the online Community Calendar:

  • Rallies/Demonstrations
  • Benefits or celebrations for individuals
  • Religious services (e.g. bible study, revival, vacation bible school)


JOMC Connections Newsletter

The department publishes an annual newsletter featuring news on alumni, students, faculty and more. 


Media Partners

The department engages with a number of local and national media groups, including:

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