Texan News Service delivers news from the Cross Timbers region of Texas. The news service is run by students of Tarleton State University‘s department of communication studies.

Tarleton Journalism

The goal of Tarleton’s journalism program is to provide the training the next generation of journalists needs to compete in print, broadcast and online media – and to do so within the context of a general liberal arts education. Courses offered include introduction to news writing, intermediate reporting, feature writing, news editing, digital photography, audio and video production, broadcast news, web and page design, professional internships and an assortment of seminar courses.

Tarleton Journalism & Broadcasting students graduate with the investigative skills and hands-on experience that employers demand.  Several students have won top honors from the Society of Professional Journalists, their work enlivens the Web (The Texan News Service), and has graced the covers of numerous Texas newspapers and magazines.  Under faculty supervision, students will undertake the production, design, layout, writing and photography of the student-run magazine (Cross Timbers Trails) a traveler’s guide to Bosque, Comanche, Eastland, Erath, Hamilton, Hood, Palo Pinto and Somervell counties.