Campus News Resources
We’re here to help
Our staff can help you navigate the interview process and share your story.
- If you have the information you need and the time to schedule an interview, but would like some help organizing your approach, we can help you prepare.
- A member of Media Relations or a colleague can sit with you during an interview. This can reduce the tension or intimidation of being in a room or broadcast studio with a reporter.
- Advance notice helps us plan and maximize your coverage. If you have news about a study or a new book that’s about to be published, please try to contact us at least two weeks before the publication date.
- If you’re looking for event coverage, please submit the details at least a month in advance. This allows interested news reporters time to plan and schedule their coverage.
- While we discourage nitpicking over minor details or the angle of a published story, do alert Media Relations if there are factual errors and we will help address them.
We can help you get the word out to local, regional, or national media.
In addition to our online expert list, we offer a gallery of campus photos available for immediate download; an ISDN line for radio interviews; and access to a ReadyCam® studio that allows professors and staff the opportunity to connect with media from the Durham campus.
Please contact Executive Director Erika Mantz at firstname.lastname@example.org at (603) 862-1567 or (603) 969-7916.
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ReadyCam® Broadcast Studio
The ReadyCam in-house, remotely-controlled studio is available on the ground floor of the New England Center on the Durham campus. This system enables quick responses to live TV interview requests and eliminates the expense of travel to television stations in Manchester or Boston.
ISDN Radio Line
Media Relations is equipped with an ISDN radio line – delivering high-quality audio for radio broadcasts, interviews and recordings.
A weekly newsmagazine featuring stories, photographs, videos and alumni news, as well as the other items of interest to the UNH's extended family and friends.
Sponsoring departments or organizations must enter their own information about public events onto the UNH Calendar.
Contact the editor, Kristin Duisberg, with story ideas at email@example.com.
The university encourages the use of social media to keep in touch with constituents and create opportunities for interaction and discussion.
Other UNH Websites
Departmental websites are managed locally. Talk to your department or college's website administrator about posting your news, events or photos on the appropriate sites.