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Pitching the Local Media – Tips from the Pros

PR for Anyone

The easiest way to do this is pitching the local media. I interviewed journalists from The Washington Post, The Washington Business Journal , and Inside Nova (a Northern Virginia local publication) about what types of local real estate pitches they like to receive. I’m also interested in the local real estate market.

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Ron Cogan, Editor, Publisher & Writer at Green Car Journal

Bianchi Biz Blog

I am the editor, publisher, and writer at Green Car Journal and I also write for other publications and business clients as time allows. Honestly, there are plenty of stories I’m proud of, but what stands out now is my piece in the current issue of Green Car Journal , “Caution Signs Ahead for Electric Vehicles.”


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These are the local publishers getting engagement in the U.S. and U.K.


We looked back at the local publishers that are seeing significant engagement in two different countries, looking at both the United States and the United Kingdom. . So we decided to analyze the local stories and publishers that are getting the most public interest. Local-national publishers. The top local U.S.

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3 Factors That Shape Your Brand Journalism Strategy


That’s where brand journalism comes into play. Unlike content marketing , brand journalism places people front and center, rather than the products that affect those people. Brand journalism aims to attract new audiences and guide them towards other messaging without self-promotion. Is your brand local to one DMA?

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PRSA Introduces Innovative Program to Guide Journalists Transitioning Into PR and Communications


So far in 2024, the Los Angeles Times , The Wall Street Journal , Time magazine, Sports Illustrated and National Geographi c, among other outlets, have all conducted layoffs, while journalists at several Condé Nast publications staged walkouts over proposed job cuts. Many of the most successful PR executives were former journalists.

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Meet the Media: Jennifer Ramsay, Editor-at-Large at Endeavor Business Media’s Market Moves

Bianchi Biz Blog

This is actually pretty hard for me, since I tend to want to write a story on almost every interesting piece of news I see. I got to write a story on a local stray cat that had been “adopted” by a bed and breakfast. His name was Pip and he won the hearts of visitors and locals. It was even heated!

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The 22 Responsibilities of PR and What They Entail


PR pros will need to either write content themselves or help to drive strategy with a team of writers, editors and guest blog contributors. Today’s PR pro is responsible for ideating, writing, editing, pitching, placing and promoting executive thought leadership articles for not only the CEO, but also other senior executives.

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