Put Your Event in the News

If you want local TV coverage of your meeting’s press event, follow these simple steps

Holding a press event is a tricky thing. It can generate great media coverage and public exposure, but you also run the risk of throwing a “party” and not having any media show up. To obtain TV coverage of your event, you've got to pique the station's interest and make it easy for a reporter or crew to attend. Here's how.

A Media-Alert Strategy

Getting a television crew to your event requires some finesse, and the format of the pitch is different than that of a press

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