SUSUtv was the society’s previous name that it held for 15 years prior to the rebrand.
“It’s real people’s stories I want to tell” – An interview with Keep Busy Productions founder, Kate Briggs-Price
It’s been a busy time for Southampton Alumni Kate Briggs-Price. Their recent film, Social Cues, won…
“I should have put my shades on today ‘cos the future’s looking so bright!” – An interview with Maizie Williams of Boney M.
At Common People, Maizie Williams chatted about forty plus years of Boney M.
Editor James Barker, General Executive Sophie Jones, Design Editor Teague Hipkiss and Records Editor and Executive Meg Holland and Sam Law also picked up awards.
Returning for its third consecutive year, Writer Nathan gives us the lowdown on the 2018 University of Southampton Student Film Festival.
The festival, co-sponsored by The Edge, will return on 16th March.
Writer Sophie talks us through the night, which saw over 200 people take to The Cube to see sixteen shortlisted films.
Of the entries we received, three screenplays stood out for their originality, creative content and written accuracy…
Those wishing to join the University TV station have a chance to tour the studios, as well as participate in an Ideas meeting.
Win the chance to see your work brought to life by two national award-winning media societies!
The University of Southampton’s very own student TV station won the Highly Commended prizes for Best Live and Best Documentary at this year’s NaSTAs.
The Hoosiers came in to perform a short, two-track acoustic set for The Edge before sitting down with Live Editor Will to have a chat.
The University of Southampton’s student TV station, SUSUtv, has launched competitions for budding scriptwriters and musicians, offering the chance to turn their ideas into reality.
The University’s very own SUSUtv have won the People’s Choice award at the NaSTA’s for Best Live.