School of Sport and Service Management

cover of Overtime magazine

New edition of Overtime magazine

Thousands of copies of Overtime, a printed magazine produced by journalism and sport journalism students, have hit university campuses.

All three year groups on both degree courses collaborated over the course of a week to publish stories on their website, www.overtimeonline.co.uk, and produce the magazine, which was edited by third-year journalism student Jamie Edkins and third-year sport journalism student Sam Smith.

Jamie Edkins in the newsroomThe magazine includes 21 pages of current affairs, entertainment news, health and sport, with a pullout section on the rise of YouTube sports stars.

For the lead story, a reporting team made up of second-year students Harrison Kirby, Katrin Johannessen, Rath Ganeshalingam and Sam Victory interviewed 120 students on four University of Brighton campuses to find out how they intended to vote – with a very clear result.

Read all about it in our digital edition or pick up a copy at any Students’ Union office on our campuses.

Sam said: “I was very happy with my first attempt at editing the sports pages of Overtime magazine.

“This edition features the widest variety of sports ever included. There are high-profile interviewees, and it was a particularly beneficial opportunity to hone all the skills I’ve learned across the three years at the university.”

Keep up with all the latest from Overtime at www.overtimeonline.co.uk, follow the students on Twitter at @overtime_online or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/theovertimenewsexclusive

students in the newsroom

Kerry Burnett • December 4, 2019


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