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Media Guide to Expertise

The University's Media Guide to Expertise is a searchable guide which offers journalists instant access to academics’ areas of specialty and contact details.

The Guide currently features more than 500 experts from across our campuses in the UK, China and Malaysia. 

 

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Further information

For more information and to book any of our facilities, please contact the Press Office:

Facility details:

  • University Park ISDN line - 0115 8466574/ landline number 0115 7484776
  • Jubilee Campus ISDN line - 0115 846 6806
  • Sutton Bonington ISDN line - 01509 672 841
  • Globelynx.com
  • Media guidelines for staff

Many of our experts are also happy to explore opportunities to undertake consultancy and research work with external organisations. Please see individuals’ profiles for further information.

The Media Hub

The Media Hub offers facilities to accommodate both live and pre-recorded television and radio interviews through an in-house fixed camera system and industry-standard ISDN line.

The facility is managed by the University’s Press Office which acts as liaison between the local, national and international media and the University’s 3,000-strong community of academics and researchers.  

The Globelynx camera

The Globelynx TVready camera system offers a dedicated 24/7 on-campus TV studio through which the University can showcase the expertise of its academics on a wide range of topical issues — from British politics and flu outbreaks to climate change and US gun control.

Booking

Broadcasters can search the Globelynx database to find the details of the relevant University of Nottingham expert before using the simple, online booking system to reserve a camera slot. The Media Hub is located on our University Park campus.

Broadcasters can book University of Nottingham experts not currently on the Globelynx system by contacting the Press Office.

ISDN line

The ISDN-line enables University staff to take part in down-the-line radio interviews without the need to physically travel to a broadcaster’s own studio.

The facility offers broadcast industry-standard equipment that can provide a high-quality and reliable telephone link.

The University also provides additional ISDN line facilities at its Jubilee and Sutton Bonington Campuses which can be booked via the Press Office.

 

Media Relations - External Relations

The University of Nottingham
C Floor, Pope Building (Room C4)
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 5798
email: communications@nottingham.ac.uk