LIVE AT FIVE is Winchester's scheduled news bulletin, broadcast live via the internet as part of the general Winchester News Online (WINOL) service.
Bulletins are scheduled weekly to begin with and soon achieve a high penetration of the target audience.
Students perform designated roles to become reporters, presenters, script-writers, editors, videojournalists and producers, each taking turns to perform one of a number of roles.
You can see recent broadcasts on right, playing in a loop on our own webcast TV channel. These news and sports bulletins are webcast on a continuous loop - until it is time for the next bulletin.
News production is supervised, and students are coached by working journalists from ITV, Sky, BBC Newsnight and Channel Four. There are also scheduled radio news bulletins and podcasts.
In turn the WINOL News Bulletins are embedded on the Winchester News Online (WINOL) web site. The WINOL site, based on a multi-award winning teaching plan, links television news with magazine journalism, feature writing and newspaper-style local . Students on Winchester Journalism courses, whether MA or BA, spend a high proportion of their time working in 'live' conditions producing news on television, on radio and online.
More about the MA Journalism
More about the BA Journalism.