1014 MAGAZINE The full-color, general interest magazine is published and distributed each fall and spring semester by students. Any Doane student, regardless of major, is welcomed to join the magazine staff. Paid positions are available and students may receive academic credit for their work. Opportunities available include: photography, editing, feature writing, page designing, selling and designing advertisements, graphic design and production.
Adviser: David Swartzlander.
Editor: Hannah Bauer
THE DOANE LINE is a student-produced news website, found at www.doaneline.com, and provides breaking and other news coverage of the Doane community through a variety of formats, including print, photographs, audio, and video. Any student, regardless of major, is welcomed to work on the Web site staff. Paid positions are available. Opportunities include: news and sports reporting, feature writing, editing, designing Web pages, selling and designing advertisements, photography, graphic design, digital imaging, videography, video, audio editing, learning content management systems, and Broadcast performing.
Adviser: David Swartzlander
Multimedia Coordinator: Erin Bell
DOANE OWL The student newspaper of Doane College is the oldest continuous college newspaper in Nebraska. The weekly paper is published on Thursdays by students and distributed to the Doane community. Any Doane student, regardless of major, is welcomed to join the newspaper staff. Paid positions are available and students may receive academic credit for the work. Opportunities include: news and sports reporting, feature writing, editorial or commentary writing, editing, designing pages, selling and designing advertisements, business management, photography, production, graphic design, and digital imaging.
Adviser: David Swartzlander
Editor-in-Chief: Erin Bell
DOANE TELEVISION DOANE COLLEGE TELEVISION (DCTV) is open to all Doane College students and helps JOU 238 JOU 240 students become familiar with the studio production process in the production of Doane Weekly every Monday and may then originate shows on their own. DCTV is dedicated to producing and broadcasting quality programming to the Doane College campus and Crete community. DCTV involves students for all production responsibilities and has students hired as staff employees.
Adviser: Erik Anderson
KDNE/RADIO KDNE is a 200-watt, FCC licensed, over-the-air radio station operating in stereo at 91.9 FM serving Doane College and the Crete area to a radius of about 10 miles. The station is student managed and operated with a rock format. On-air positions include disc jockey, talk show host, and news reporter/anchor. Off-air activities are also available, including music management, public service, and record librarian. Students may receive academic and/or activity credit. Station Manager, Program Manager and News Director are paid positions appointed for the calendar year.
Adviser: Lee Thomas
Station Manager: Jay Grote
XANADU is the campus literary magazine. Students may contribute prose, poetry, artwork, design, editing, and publishing skills. Marianne Clarke Writing Excellence Awards are given for the best work each year.
Adviser: Roy Scheele
Editor: Rachel Overbeck and John Douglas