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Multimedia Gallery

Welcome to the NIH Multimedia gallery. Experience the National Institutes of Health through our selection of audio, video and interactive features.


NIH Radio

NIH Radio is a 24-hour audio news service designed to provide broadcast radio stations and networks, podcasters and the public with the latest information about NIH research findings, highlights of press conferences, and health campaigns. The NIH Radio News Service has three distinct audio programs, each with different formats and styles for various audiences.

NIH Audio Reports

NIH audio reports are short-form, news stories posted roughly twice a week. Each report is based on a current press release and typically contains soundbites from NIH experts. They are one to four minutes long and health-related. They can be broadcast as is, or can be used as source material for other journalistic purposes.

"NIH Research Radio" podcast

Posted on our site and on iTunes every other Friday, each "NIH Research Radio" podcast contains two or three audio reports, plus an extra, in-depth interview. Each episode is 15-25 minutes long designed for a general audience.

NIH "Health Matters" 60-second spots

Once a month a series of generic, consumer-oriented stories are posted; one 60-seccond report for each day of the month. Each series is "broadcast ready" for radio outlets across the country to use in their local news and information programming.


NIH Videocasting — from CIT

The Center for Information Technology (CIT) makes special NIH events, seminars, and lectures available to viewers on the NIH network and the Internet from the VideoCast web site.

NIH YouTube Channel

Videos from NIH's Vodcast available on YouTube


Photo of NIH building one. NIH Photo Galleries

This section provides you access to the various image collections on the Web sites of institutes and centers in NIH.

Other Multimedia Products

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NIH News & Multimedia Widgets

A widget is an application that displays the featured content directly on your web page. You can embed content in personalized home pages, blogs, and other sites. Once you've added the widget, there's no technical maintenance required at your end. The content will be automatically updated.

Adding a widget to your page would help you receive up-to-date and authoritative content from the Nation’s Medical Research Agency, NIH.

NIH Newsletters & Feeds

Check out our Newsletters & Feeds listing for other Multi- and social media options.

This page last reviewed on August 16, 2012

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