Media opportunities for University Press Offices

Thirty UK university press offices receive journalist requests delivered by Dot Star Media. We received testimonials from two of them this week:

We’ve had some really good results so far and there’s a wide range of outlets and journalists reaching out on a whole host of topics.

Victoria Tagg, University of Bristol.
This type of resource is an excellent way to share the university’s expertise and support journalists to produce informed and well researched content.

Jack Stott, Robert Gordon University.

University Press Offices are able to use keyword filtering to receive journalist requests that are relevant to their areas of expertise. Press office teams can review the media opportunities, contact journalists for more information, and if appropriate connect their institution’s academic experts with journalists to generate positive media coverage for their institutions.

A well-balanced network of sources

Meeting the needs of the journalists submitting media requests is just as important for us as meeting the needs of the organisations receiving their requests. We’re putting together a truly diverse range of sources to form a well-balanced network of recipients drawn from commercial, academic and not-for-profit organisations.




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Sending a journalist request

If you’re a journalist and would like to send a request to the Dot Star Media network, use the journalist enquiry submit form. It’s free to submit requests.