Campus Media

Student publications at MIT include The Tech, a student newspaper published weekly; Technique, the senior yearbook; the ANNO, a publication of the Graduate Student Council; and The Byte, an online publication of the Undergraduate Association. There are also a number of student-run and produced literary and scientific publications. Students may also contribute their talents to a variety of departmental, organizational, and residence hall publications and websites.

On the air, WMBR is MIT's commercial-free radio station operating under a license held by the Technology Broadcasting Corporation. On screen, the Student Cable Group offers opportunities for students to learn about film and television production. 

The MIT Press

Founded in 1962 and now one of the world’s largest and most prestigious university presses, the MIT Press is widely considered the most innovative university press in operation today. It is the only university press grounded in science, technology, art, and design; actively engaged in children’s publishing; distributed by Penguin Random House; and partnered with its own publishing technology lab. The MIT Press publishes  award-winning trade, text, and professional books, as well as journals and a variety of digital products.