I’m co-facilitating a 4-hour media training workshop with Mike Green. Mike Green is the Web editor of the Ashland Daily Tidings.
The media training workshop is on Saturday, August 29, 2009 from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Slots are filling up and space is limited.
Desperate for Attention?
Learn how to get media attention for public relations, event promotions and other noteworthy public interests. Reserve your place now for a half-day Media Training Workshop on Aug. 29 at the Jefferson Nature Center in Medford, Oregon.
Media professionals will lead the workshop.
Go behind the scenes and discover what editors like to see in press releases.
Hear secrets that will help get your media submissions published.
Receive valuable skills in handling reporters.
Unlock the mysteries and obtain crucial knowledge that empowers you to promote most anything quickly, easily and effectively using local media.
Eliminate the frustrations of lost time and effort by learning what works.
To register, call Rachel Werling at at 541-201-0866 or email: raw [at] klamathbird.org.
Seating limited to 20 participants.
ETA: Weren’t able to make it to this media training workshop but want to know what you missed?
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Read this to help you get yourself on TV and ace the interview once you hook it!
Published: Aug 14, 2009
Last update: January 25, 2020