The School of Communication operates or advises and supports a broad range of student produced media. The School’s cable television station UMTV offers regular student produced news, public affairs and entertainment programming to the campus and surrounding community. Students participate in the nationally award-winning campus newspaper, THE HURRICANE, student published lifestyle magazine, and the University radio station, WVUM-FM. The Communique is the School of Communication’s e-newspaper produced for SoC alumni and friends. Published twice a year, the Communique features the latest School news, including faculty, student and alumni achievements, as well as event information and profiles on SoC students, alumni and staff. Guided by faculty, UM students studying journalism write stories for the publication. UFILM STUDIOS is a student run filmmaking organization which organizes the Scares and Scores and the Canes Film festivals annually. Students also contribute to hyper-local news sites and have developed a social network website focused on multimedia standards. The Knight Center for International Media, the University of Miami News Service, and other media outlets provide hands-on learning for the students as well as service and information for the campus, the community, the region and the world.