UC Riverside

Resources for Media

Media Resources

Quick Facts for Working Journalists

UC Riverside offers several resources for members of the media, whether they are working on a story about UCR, or are looking for insight from one of our faculty members.

Resources for Media

  •  Looking for Photos, Footage or AudioRequests for general purpose photography of UC Riverside, its people or facilities and B-roll footage should be directed to UCR's Office of Media Relations at: news@ucr.edu or the appropriate media contact.

    Even better — we have collected a sampling of pre-approved high-resolution photographs you can use now, or that will give a preview of what you would see on campus.

    YouTubeAnd in the video world, UCR has a YouTube channel that features a sampling of campus video.
  •  Talking to Our People Experts on Demand includes a list of faculty experts on a variety of newsworthy topics. Just let us know if you would like us to get them in the campus studio for an interview over the AT&T connection to the Hollywood hub or our ISDN line at KUCR radio.
  •  What's Happening at UCR? Campus news is archived and in many cases includes print quality art. Sign up for an RSS feed that will automatically ship a release to you.

    Need to know more about campus administration or history? About UCR has the answer you are looking for.
  •  Visiting Campus Coming to campus? Be careful about the parking rules because tickets can get expensive. Working journalists can get free parking, but we need to know you are coming. A map of campus is available online.


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