Heat Network was founded in 2001 by a group of ambitious students. Early on, several student-run shows existed to contrast departmental classes. Since then, the organization has grown in size to become Heat Network known today.
Radio Hofstra University - a campus/community radio station, which broadcasts worldwide via WRHU.org and on 88.7 FM to Long Island, New York City and parts of Connecticut. WRHU-88.7 FM won the prestigious National Association of Broadcasters Marconi Radio Award as the non-commercial station of the year in 2014, and was a finalist in 2016. The Princeton Review ranked WRHU the #1 college radio station in the U.S. in 2015 and 2016.
Started in 2002, The Friends of Max Kolb Telethon is a 90-minute show produced by Hofstra television students, which raises money for film scholarships in the name of Max Kolb, a former film student.
The Hofstra Filmmakers' Club is the School of Communication's student-operated college film production club. The Hofstra Filmmakers' Club submits original films to different festivals to showcase their talents. Membership is open to all students who are genuinely interested in film production.
The students of RTVF 164 create this newsmagazine program covering the arts, culture, and entertainment of Long Island.