Media engagement and news

We work through external media channels, as well as our own channels, to tell the University’s story in a way that builds the University’s reputation for delivering enterprising research and education. We do this by developing key messages and engaging, consistent stories.

Obtaining the desired coverage requires planning, strategic thinking, a consistent approach and sometimes a little luck.

How CMK can help

CMK provides assistance to Administrative Units, Divisions and Schools in:

Is a media release right for you?

There are many ways to engage stakeholders or raise awareness of the University’s work and some of them will be more effective than a media release.

You might consider:

  • sending a letter or email briefing to key stakeholders to inform them of developments or events
  • hosting a dinner with a few key stakeholders
  • briefing a journalist via email or telephone
  • contributing a story pitch to The Conversation
  • submitting a blurb on newly published books for inclusion in the “New Books” section of UniSA News
  • making a social media post
  • submitting an article for inclusion in Alumni update
  • submitting an article for inclusion in UniSA News

Contact us

If you are based in a Division, or research centre associated with a Division, please contact your local Manager: Communications and Marketing about your marketing requirements.

For all other enquiries please contact