OSU News and Research Communications is Oregon State University's primary office for media relations and campus communications. The office includes communications professionals whose responsibilities include writing news releases, working with the media and producing photos, videos and graphics.
If you need information we have the source. Here are lists of sources for key areas of media interest:
If you are looking for a source in a different area, please contact Sean Nealon, news editor in Oregon State’s news and research communications office.
Journalists arriving between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday in vehicles not marked with media organization logos must obtain a parking permit, which is available at no cost. To obtain a parking permit, contact Sean Nealon, news editor in Oregon State’s news and research communications office, and a coupon code number will be provided.
Media parking is allowed in zones A, B, and C. Media are not allowed to park in R1 or R2 zones, service vehicle spaces or special permit areas on campus that are clearly marked.
Media can park in metered spots, but must pay the meter. Meters must be paid between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday through Friday.
News media vehicles that are clearly marked with station logos and names are not required to obtain a parking permit to park on the Oregon State University campus, but still must pay the meter if parked in a metered spot.
Oregon State University is equipped with on-campus television and radio studios that can be used by journalists. Live or live-to-tape broadcast television studio interviews can be conducted using Vyvx. Oregon State staff can also gather b-roll and coordinate live-to-tape interviews on locations throughout campus. For radio, Oregon State’s ISDN phone line provides a broadcast-quality audio feed. To book time in the studios, please contact Alexus Allen, Oregon State’s broadcast news producer.
A selection of downloadable logos, video b-roll and photos are available for the media to use.
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Requests for Oregon State University public records may be made by email or mail to:
Public Records Officer
University Relations and Marketing
Oregon State University
204 Kerr Administration
Corvallis, Oregon 97331
Visit the Public Records website for more information.