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LTN Global Communications’ Smartcloud IP video transport service provides regular high-quality video transport connections to most major broadcast networks. Learn more about Wake Forest’s fully-equipped, professional television studio to connect faculty members and campus newsmakers with global news media.
Wake Forest University offers ISDN connectivity for radio through NPR member station WFDD, which broadcasts from the Reynolda Campus.
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Wake Forest experts representing a wide range of academic areas and applied experience are available to comment on breaking news and trend stories.
The Wake Forest News team can help media find an expert source, schedule an interview or cover an event. For the quickest response, email the entire team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to the Wake Forest News team, the following media relations contacts are available to help journalists:
We are Wake Forest University’s primary news source and first point of contact for reporters. We help media by facilitating interviews, connecting with faculty experts or providing interesting story ideas. A staff member is on call 24/7 for media requests at 336.758.5237. Our team also offers a variety of communications resources for Wake Forest students, faculty and staff.