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Media Centre Services

Almost every day there is at least one mention of Warwick in the national press and broadcast media. Warwick's position as one of the top five UK research universities and the proactive media work of the Press and Media Relations team means that Warwick researchers are particularly sought after by the media as sources of expert comment on breaking news stories and as people with interesting stories to tell about their own research or views of Higher Education.

Expert comment

We have academic experts who can provide comment on a wide range of topics.

Search our Experts Directory or contact us for assistance.

For the latest Expert comments on breaking news visit the Expert comment section.

Broadcast studio

The Press and Policy Office has in-house broadcasting facilities for TV and radio.

To book a broadcast interview into our studio call: 024 765 24668 or a member of the team.

For television interviews we have the Globelynx TVReady network
  • Globelynx TVReady - To connect with our camera you need to book a slot through the Globelynx website:

    Visit the Globelynx site and register or log-in.

  • On the Globelynx site you can view some of our listed experts and areas of expertise. If the academic you wish to interview is listed there on the drop-down menu, select them and then follow the online booking procedure.

  • If you would like to set up an interview with an academic who is not listed on the Globelynx database, please select 'The Studio at the University of Warwick' option from the drop-down menu and follow the online booking procedure. If you need assistance, please call Globelynx on +44 (0)20 7963 7061.

For radio interviews we have an ISDN line
  • ISDN line number for radio broadcasts: 024 7647 1287.


Multimedia content

You can access photos to accompany news stories through our Media Library. If you can't find a suitable image, please contact one of our press officers directly.

Access audio content through our iTunesU channel. To access iTunes U you will need a copy of iTunes installed on your computer.

Our videos are also available to embed on YouTube.


You can keep up-to-date with all the latest press and media coverage through the following pages and subscibing to the RSS feeds:


Other useful resources: