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.

Booking

 cunews@colorado.edu​
303-735-0122
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

A Mongolian reindeer

Vanishing ice puts reindeer herders at risk

Mongolia's Tsaatan reindeer herders depend on munkh mus, or eternal ice, for their livelihoods. Now, soaring global temperatures may be threatening that existence. Read more
Peacock mantis shrimp

Mantis shrimp vs. disco clams: Colorful sea creatures do more than dazzle

Eight years ago, Lindsey Dougherty encountered a colorful creature called a disco clam in an Indonesian reef. Now, she thinks she may be getting closer to answering why this bivalve looks so wild. Read more
Assyrian artifacts

Climate may have helped crumble one of the ancient world’s most powerful civilizations

New research suggests it was climate-related drought that built the foundation for the collapse of one of the most powerful civilizations in the ancient world—the Assyrian Empire, whose heartland was based in today’s northern Iraq. Read more
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