To best serve the media and increase your chances of getting covered, think about the different needs of various media. For instance, TV is looking for good visuals and a story that can be told succinctly in sound bites. For radio, you will need to practice answering questions with short punchy answers and avoid long-winded, rambling answers. The needs of print media vary from daily newspapers to glossy magazines to trade journals, but generally they all seek to add depth, understanding and perspective in a way that broadcast media can’t because of time limitations.
PR Q&A | What’s the best way to increase your chances of getting covered?
By Drew Gerber|2010-11-17T08:17:33-05:00November 17th, 2010|
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