San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
PR & Media - How to Make the Headlines
This workshop will tell you :-
- How to write an interesting and punchy press release.
- Who to contact and when.
- What news desks are looking for based on the six basic journalism questions of ‘who, what, when, where, why and how’
- The best methods of physically delivering the press release
- How to avoid being ignored by newspapers, magazine and broadcast media
By the end of the course, you will be armed with the tools to go seeking publicity.
Teas & coffees will be provided.
*There is a cancellation fee with this ticket*
Free onsite parking available.
Course Tutor: Ian Evans
Ian Evans has been a journalist for more than 20 years writing news and features for regional, national and international newspapers and contributing to BBC radio and satellite TV channels such as Sky.
He has also worked in PR giving advice, media training and writing company reports and literature to various bodies and agencies including the National Housing Federation, British Gas and Sainsbury's among others. Ian specialises in crisis management and reactive advice but covers all areas of public relations.
Among the titles he has worked for are - The Times, Telegraph, Daily Mail, Sun, Mirror, Observer, Independent, Express plus international titles like Christian Science Monitor, Time magazine, The Australian, New Zealand Herald and the South African Sunday Times as well as local outlets like the East Anglian Daily Times and Suffolk Norfolk Life. www.ilemedia.com
When & Where
MENTA- Marketing Courses
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