Publications and Media Board vs. Berkeley Student Media
Berkeley Student Media works hand-in-hand with the ASUC Chartered Program, the ASUC Publications and Media Board. The Board is part of the ASUC, while BSM is a University department. The Board advises Berkeley Student Media on the student media community's needs and can vote to engage BSM to manage its resources, such as ASUC-provided space allocations and funding.
How the the Publications and Media Board is Governed
The Board is led by a small group of students who are actively involved with both Berkeley Student Media and the broader publications & media community on campus. The members of the Committee are elected by student media organizations' primary contacts, one member is chosen from among the Student Union Creative Programs student staff, and the ex-officio Chair of the committee is the Student Lead of the Publications and Media Center. The Steering Committee also comprises non-voting members, like the ASUC Executive Vice President, ASUC Chief Finanical Officer, and Student Union Creative Programs Coordinator. Elections for the at-large positions are held each spring. To learn more, read here.
2022-2023 Publications & Media Board
Kalani Dunn, Chair (Berkeley Student Media Student Lead)
- Addison Lee
- Em Erce
- Valerie Dumdum
- Parker Lischwe
- Matthew Betti
ASUC Resolution establishing PMB (ASUC S.R. 16/17-044)
Interested in Applying?
Passionate about student media? Have ideas on how to improve services for the community? The Publications & Media Board application is released at the end of every semester, and this is your chance to make a difference in our student media community and shape the future of the Publications and Media Center as a member of the Board.
This role is a public service and leadership development opportunity. You will be able to provide valuable feedback as the voice of 100+ active student media organizations on campus and determine how Berkeley Student Media resources, including $8,000 of annual ASUC funding, are allocated. As an active member of the Board, you will also gain valuable management skills, outreach training, and advocacy experience.
For more information on joining the board, email email@example.com.