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The Daily is the home for all of the Unified Media groups at Ball State University. Unified Media is a collaboration of Ball State student media organizations, including: 

The Ball State Daily News

Ball State Daily News breaks campus news and digs into issues affecting the Ball State community as one of the nation's top student newspapers.






Ball Bearings Magazine

ยท As a nationally award-winning publication, Ball Bearings gives national issues a local-focus, seeking to find the truth and human connection through their stories.






Byte

As a Columbia Scholastic Press Association award recipient, Byte features news, reviews, videos, and podcasts about all things entertainment, technology, and pop culture.




NewsLink Indiana

Student anchors, reporters, writers, and producers collaborate to air live, 30-minute newscasts that broadcast throughout Delaware County, covering local news, national news, entertainment, weather and sports.






McKinley Avenue Agency

As a PRSSA National Affiliated Firm, McKinley Avenue is the student-run full-range public relations, advertising, marketing, and media sales agency for our student-run media, and manages The Daily! All revenue from agency services goes into the operating budget for student media.





Together, we strive to produce relevant, compelling and informative content for our campus. For our students, we strive to provide educational opportunities for that cannot be taught in the classroom. Our students involved gain professional, real-world experience; connect with like-minded students; network with professionals; and engage in meaningful professional development. 

Please consider visiting the Ball State University Foundation and give to the Student Media and Agency Fund #4907 under 'Other'. 



We are grateful for all of the support we receive from our Cardinal Family and our community. Your gifts ensure that we can continue to offer a world-class educational experience and hands-on professional development opportunities to our students.


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