Are you a non-profit organization or small business owner who wants to learn how to work with news organizations and write effective press releases, media advisories and public service announcements?
Get the inside scoop on effective media coverage at “Making News,” at The Triangle Association of Black Journalists’ 7th Annual Media Access Workshop Thursday, July 11, 2013, from 9:00AM to 1:00PM. Registration starts at 8:30am at the School of Education Auditorium at NC Central University (NCCU) located at 712 Cecil Street, Durham, NC. The workshop is open to nonprofit Professionals, volunteers, community leaders & triangle professionals.
Learn the best ways to get your story covered and gain much-needed publicity for your organization and its events.
Get tips from a panel of local media professionals
— Practice what you’ve learned in sessions with media coaches
— Make connections with decision-makers in the media
— Receive a free copy of the NABJ “Making News” handbook and more!
The free workshop will consist of a panel of local media and business professionals who will share their expertise on news gathering and working with the public on developing news stories, talk show segments, public service announcements and initiatives as well as commercial advertising and social media.