Today’s news cycle is busy. In-person interviews aren’t always feasible. But great stories often still need CU Boulder’s experts, athletes and leaders to lend their voices. CU Boulder's in-house broadcast studio system enables university affiliates to easily conduct high-quality remote interviews with television and radio stations around the country.

617-340-4300 (VideoLink)

Functions & Technical Capabilities

  • HD video
  • Live or recorded interviews
  • Professional lighting
  • Customizable electronic backdrop
  • Connections via VideoLink, Skype, Facebook Live, YouTube
  • Broadcast-quality IP/ISDN audio for radio
  • Central location at 3100 Marine St. in Boulder 

News Headlines

Artist's depiction of spacecraft about to slam into an asteroid

NASA is about to intentionally crash a spacecraft into an asteroid. This engineer will be watching

On Monday, NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test will slam into an asteroid called Dimorphos at speeds of more than 14,000 miles per hour. CU Boulder aerospace engineer Jay McMahon breaks down how this test could one day help to protect life on Earth. Read more
Vladimir Putin sits next to Sergei Shoigu

How strong is Putin’s grip on power? Political scientist weighs in

Amid surprising losses in Ukraine, “Putin appears to be determined to take down as many people with him as he can,” says CU Boulder’s Sarah Wilson Sokhey. Read more
Chemistry chair Wei Zhang (Right) and Graduate Research Assistant Zepeng Lei study plastic materials in the Zhang Lab.

Plastics of the future will live many past lives, thanks to chemical recycling

A new CU Boulder-led study documents how a durable plastic can be perpetually broken down and remade, without sacrificing its desired physical properties. Read more
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