EagleVision is Biola University's streaming website produced by a team of students every week in Studio B. Students working on EagleVision discover what it's like to produce news packages, deliver information in front of a green screen, do a weathercast and anchor the news.
Each episode is streamed and uploaded to YouTube.
The Chimes is the weekly student-run newspaper of Biola University and the most widely consumed campus news source.
The Point is Biola University's campus magazine, produced by students, for students, about college life and the world beyond. The Point exists to enrich Biola's campus by diving deeply into people's stories and exploring issues at the intersection of student life and faith.
KBR: The Torch is an internet-only station run by students at Biola University. The Torch seeks to serve the Biola campus, surrounding communities and world with quality God-honoring programming. The station primarily functions as a learning environment for Biola students who wish to grow in on air, production, sales and management skills. It is The Torch's goal to operate under the highest of professional standards and become a model for other college stations.
Begun in 1927, The Biolan has served the university student body and faculty nearly every year since. A chronicle of each year's events, the Biolan showcases student life, education and faith in an integral and theme-driven manner. Starting out as a small black and white book with small photos, the Biolan has grown with technology and student population to its present 264 pages with many large full-color photographs and progressive design. The Biolan is run by students and funded with student fees so that every student receives a yearbook at the end of the year.