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Tips for Media Interviews

PR for Anyone

When you try to answer something you don’t know, it could backfire on you – especially on a recorded interview like television, radio, or podcast. People want to connect with people they see on TV or hear on the radio or a podcast. You can also guide the conversation back to what you can answer. So what do you do?

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How to Offer Media Training to Your Clients

Solo PR Pro

If you do any kind of media or influencer outreach for your clients, basic media training should be part of your services. While media training and its basic principles are second nature to Solo PR Pros, it’s a foreign concept to many client spokespeople. But some media training guidance is universal.

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Journalists

PR for Anyone

By doing this, you will be asked back to television and radio stations and quoted again and again by writers. Know who is interviewing you. Do your homework on the journalist and the outlet. Learn how they report and give them what they love and what they want. PR FOR ANYONE. Anyone can get publicity! It really is PR for ANYONE.

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Mindset and Media

PR for Anyone

But what happened was, is we pitched the media and they saw immediate results. We had two people who went on national radio tours. But you know, these people who are so nervous about it could end up on morning television. Pitch the media. One of them was today, and actually she had seven interviews across the country.

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Back to School Media Pitches

PR for Anyone

So for the next thirty days, in terms of your local media, newspaper, radio, television, you have a great opportunity to pitch back-to-school stories. Transcript. It is the end of August. I know where I am, the majority of the kids went to school today. Think about what you can talk about related to going back to school.

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How to Use Public Relations as a Lead Generating Tool

PR for Anyone

If you see someone who is regularly in the media as the expert, doesn’t that make you feel more comfortable in hiring them? Why not take the media you receive – an article, blog, or radio or television interview, and send that to a prospective client or customer.

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Being Smart and Strategic When Navigating the Current News Cycle

PRSay

We’ve been talking to our key media contacts to find out where things stand, how they’re feeling and what’s in store. Here’s a sampling of what we’ve heard: One radio network producer told us that they are open to “anything they can get their hands on” related to COVID-19. Another said coronavirus stories are all she is working on.

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