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How to Get Publicity: Media Training for Black Speakers and Experts (4759 hits)

Hear from the media directly on what they want from subject matter experts and speakers.
Learn how to pitch more effectively to get your story out there and build better relationships.

Why the Media Summit:
• Journalists may be missing good stories. The experts and speakers don’t know how to get stories to the right person.
• Black speakers and subject matter experts spend hours per week trying to locate media contacts and pitching journalists – and the journalists can tell in a few seconds if a pitch is relevant to them.
• We want to bridge the gap to help journalists reduce inbox clutter and show subject matter experts how to get on the “good side” of media.
• The goal: Help push relevant stories in front of the right people at the right time.

Sign up for this free virtual media summit and have access to interviews where host Pam Perry will speak 1:1 with editors, reporters and journalists from top tier newsrooms and digital media outlets.

Perry will talk with the journalist about their career, beat and newsroom pressures today. She will probe to see how the Black speaker and subject matter expert can make their job easier.

She will ask each media personality how many pitches, press kits and DMs they deal with weekly; what they like and don’t like about each one.

Having a media contact is NOT enough to get featured in a magazine, newspaper or on radio or TV. You need to know who you’re pitching to, why you’re pitching and when to pitch – and what to say!

This series will show you how to nurture media the relationships and be a help to them ---- not a pain in the you know what.

You will hear directly from the media on how to follow up with them – whether it’s an editor, producer or a multimedia journalist.

Pitching the media can frustrating when you don’t hear back from your pitches. But by knowing how to pitch, you can go from unknown to known when your media feature happens.

Sign up today to get the get the interview series on how to write your press release, media alert or pitch and present your brand in the proper way so you can get the media to call you back. GO TO: www.ReadySetGoSpeak.com


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Sunday, September 20th 2020 at 2:56PM
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