Television All the information you need about using VUStar, Vanderbilt’s on-campus broadcast facility with a satellite Vyvx uplink for live and live-to-tape interviews with Vanderbilt experts.
Radio Schedule radio interviews with Vanderbilt experts using our ISDN line and listen to Vanderbilt-produced radio stories.
Tipsheets Round-up of expert input on the news of the day.
Photography How to request high-res images of people and buildings; information on requesting a photographer for your Vanderbilt event; and information about obtaining permission to conduct non-news photography on campus.
Logos Downloadable copies of the Vanderbilt logo and wordmark for use with news stories.
Media Fellowships Vanderbilt University invites journalists from throughout the country to participate in media fellowships–more than 110 journalists have come to the university to study various topics in depth and to interact with leading scholars and experts. Those topics have ranged from Immigration: Nation’s Bedrock or Burden to The Silent Epidemic: Violence Against Women to The African American Experience in Post Civil Rights America.
VU Names and Places Keeping track of the latest titles of Vanderbilt University faculty, staff, schools, teams and programs can be a challenge. This guide is designed to help reporters, editors and others who write and report about Vanderbilt accurately refer to its people and places.