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Welcome to 2018 ORANGE MED IA NETWORK ARCHI VES Orange Media Network gears for winter term content One term down, two to go. As winter hits, the Orange Media Network staff is looking forward to learning from last term to provide the community with interesting, entertaining and informative content. Check out what each medium has in store for this upcoming term. KBVR FM As we enter the new year, KBVR-FM is welcoming over 160 volunteers to be back in front of the microphone. Whether they’re live on the air, recording a podcast or calling the next basketball game in Gill Coliseum, DJs, podcasters and sports broadcasters alike have been able to rely on the station as a place of solace and self-expression. With winter term on the horizon the community can expect KBVR to have a brand new class of DJs as more students get trained to join the airwaves. On top of having student-run and student-curated programming on the air 24/7, several radio shows will find their home on iTunes and Google Play as podcasts this term. Inspiration Dissemination, a long-standing radio program for the station, features graduate students and their respective research endeavors. Prism Backmatter features artists and writers in collaboration with Prism, and The Dish features conversations on lifestyle and pop culture in collaboration with Beaver’s Digest. At the heart of college radio is the music, and KBVR will continue to foster programs such as Fourth Floor Underground, featuring local artists and musicians coming through town. KBVR-FM will continue to collaborate with KBVR-TV to broadcast Locals Live as well, along with other post-produced projects. You can tune in to KBVR-FM locally on 88.7 FM, or online at kbvr.com/listen and the TuneIn radio app. Prism Is our ability to transcend the boundaries of how we communicate through technology and digital platforms creating a culture of apathy and identity loss? Prism’s latest print publication Volume 134 explores the concept of lost communication, feeling disconnected from the outside world, and longing for meaningful interactions—all while mastering the continuous practice of presence of self. Throughout the fall term it was interesting to see how organically these conversations developed over technology in the digital age in regards to literature and the arts. We also saw this as a recurring theme within the art and literature submissions that we received. With Oregon State being a research university, we wanted to create content for our Backmatter blog that highlighted different exhibits on campus, and give our readers insight into the history of different sculptures around the Corvallis campus. We used our Backmatter podcast as a platform to discuss with different OSU students and professors within the art and literary community how art intersects with science, humanities and technology. During the winter term we are looking forward to connecting with, and showcasing artists across all mediums to continue these important conversations—as well as—creating purpose driven content that is forward thinking, and contributes to the advancement of the OSU community. DAMchic DAMchic is preparing for its second round of publishing through Winter term. After wrapping up the latest issue, ‘In Motion,’ the magazine is already on track for the new Spring issue. While the last publication focused on how everyone takes part within the movement of fashion, the second will present how the youth has affected the industry in various ways. This includes how brands choose to market, the progression of textiles and youthful inspired photo editorials. The goal is to educate the community about the industry currently and open up the possibilities of where it could be headed. The magazine may be DAMchic’s main focus, but it is not it’s only one. While the issue is in the works, the team will continue to work with Student Health Services for the Boldly Me Fashion Show occurring in late February. The fashion show touches on sexual health and advocacy through trivia games, public speakers and of course, fashion. The theme this year is all red everything and will feature designs made by students. The event gives students a chance to express themselves while advocating a special cause. Until then, In Motion Winter 2018, will officially be on stands the second week of school and all through the term. Web and Mobile As the global trend towards digital content grows, so too does Orange Media Network’s focus on producing web-exclusive material and increasing digital engagement. Launched in 2016, the Web and Mobile department at OMN is responsible for digital and social media strategy across all mediums at OMN, maintaining the website and for the creation of online-exclusive content. In addition to providing all mediums with continual updates on audience engagement using a variety of analytics tools, the Web and Mobile team also helps assist each medium with developing innovative ways to produce digital content. Through collaborative and comprehensive plans, the team works to ensure that all content being produced reaches its audience, and informs the content-creators to strategize and manage all aspects of their production and distribution. Need any easy way to stay connected with the award-winning content being produced at OMN? Subscribe to the Juice Newsletter. Produced by the Web and Mobile team and delivered fresh-squeezed to inboxes twice a week, the Juice highlights the best of OMN’s mediums. This includes Daily Baro News Blasts, updates from TV and FM, as well as the latest from each magazine. Exclusive deals and promotions from local businesses can also be found in the Juice. Currently, the Juice has an open-rate that exceeds the industry average for newsletters. OMN Creative Team The Creative Team at Orange Media Network is looking forward to a productive 2018. We will be returning this Winter with a staff six, including of three graphic designers and three creative video consultants. The Creative teams works with virtually every department of OMN, providing them with various services such as editorial design, promotional design, highlight videos and video stories. We also work with external clients on campus and throughout the community, providing services such as advertisement design, event design, and As we continue to grow, be on the lookout for our Barometer weekly issues, our quarterly magazines, new music on KBVR FM and original student-created content on KBVR TV. Orange Media Network staff creative video consultation. This past term the creative team produced countless layouts, infographics, and even won a national award in advertisement design. We also started using our new brand that we developed over the summer, that included new fonts and colors. Looking ahead towards 2018 our team would like to focus on continuing to establishing connections between various mediums, campus departments, and throughout the wider community. Our passion is to assist others in reaching their creative goals and making content that we can be collectively proud of. Beaver’s Digest Beaver’s Digest just launched the winter issue of our magazine called, “Be a Good One”. We are now working on the spring issue for 2018. The winter issue has a little bit of everything for our readers. The cover story discusses homelessness and food insecurity in the Corvallis community. We interview students who are struggling with these issues Scan QR code to acces Orange Media Network content online! and provide resources that students can utilize if they’re struggling. Other articles in the magazine include issues on gender inclusivity, OSU speech expression policy and more. The goal of the winter issue is to inspire and create positive change in the community. We are now hard at work with the spring issue which will be on stands the first week of spring term. The spring issue will continue to showcase students and members of the Corvallis community in new ways. Beaver’s Digest also has a talk show called The Dish, episodes can be found online on our website, orangemedianetwork. com. OMN Marketing Department The Marketing department at Orange Media Network is a fledgling department at OSU. Since September 2017, the Marketing department has been directed by a Marketing Lead who manages the numerous events, people, and ideas that OMN represents. The goal of the department is to bring awareness of OMN and its media to OSU and the broader Corvallis community. To that end, the department engages with the many different media at OMN, including The Barometer, Beavers Digest, DAMchic, KBVR FM & KBVR TV. OMN has great products and services to offer which we believe should be shared with the people around us. Furthermore, the Marketing department works closely with the Sales team at OMN, in order to serve our many clients and generate revenue for new projects. The department creates analytics, marketing plans, and tactical marketing strategies to provide our clients value. We want our clients to know that their money will be put to work in the most effective way. As we continue to grow, be on the lookout for our Barometer weekly issues, our quarterly magazines, new music on KBVR FM, and original student-created content on KBVR TV. KBVR TV KBVR TV is excited to launch its second term of 365 days a year, 24 hours a day content. This year, viewers can look forward to continuing shows from last term, such as “Locals Live”, “The Challenger”, “Split Screen” and “Taste Tickler”. In addition to these TV shows, “The Conversation” is launching this term. Tune into content literally any time, day or night, on Comcast Channel 26, or visit our website at KBVRTV. com. The Baro The Baro is continuing its strive to provide accurate, current and important information to the community. Our team has used this past term to create a workflow and a team dynamic which will aid us moving forward. We are anticipating using the skills we have learned to provide deeper content to not only the Oregon State University community, but the Corvallis community as a whole. We look forward to working with you.