Media Relations

Write like an editor to get the media to pick your story

The current times are cruising through a 24×7 multimedia age where brands still crave premium media space despite a plethora of opportunities. To gain presence in the ‘mediaverse’ can feel daunting even when you have a great story to tell. Moral? Write like an editor and follow some simple best practices in drafting attention-worthy stories so that your emails don’t land up in the virtual trash bin. Ace the subject…

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Top Tips to get your Press Releases noticed

Despite the rise of alternative tools to reach a brand’s target audience, press releases continue to be popular business collateral for sharing important company news and developments. Press releases are sent to the media on a daily basis. Undoubtedly, it is an essential tool to communicate the latest news with regards to businesses but tricky as it can end up as spam or trash if done poorly. So we have…

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media training
6 reasons why you should take a media training course

Media training is an essential course for anyone who wants to effectively deliver their messages to the public. . It can determine whether you and your company will effectively pass a positive or negative message. Company executives and spokespersons that have undergone an extensive media training exercise are more likely to shine during a media interview than those who just wing it. It is a well-known fact that the right kind…

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Media Training Tips

Ever come across an interview on TV where the interviewee looked confused? Chances are that he or she didn’t go through any media training to help them confidently conduct media interviews. While having an effective interview requires some level of expertise, media interview experience is gained over time. So, unless you have some level of experience, you are most likely going to encounter some uncomfortable moments when doing interviews. It…

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How To Deal With Reporters during a Media Interview

How To Deal With Reporters Impressing the press can be downright scary but it can be done. How to deal with reporters during media interview maybe tough especially for the first-timers. Do not fret! even when you’re still not used to the idea of speaking to live audiences on camera. Representing your company in a media interview  doesn’t have to be hard. All you need is some tips to rock…

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Spokeperson’s Do’s and Don’ts

  You’ve gone through all the questions and prepared yourself to speak on behalf of your company. However, when the actual day comes, do you know exactly what you should, or should not do during the media briefing? As a spokesperson, it is extremely important to be fully aware of how to conduct yourself during a media interview. You need to be alert, focused, and most of all, be clear…

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5 Tips On How To Ace That Media Interview

  A media interview is a great chance for your company to gain exposure. It’s an incredible moment that cannot be left to chance. A little media training will go a long way for the spokesperson. This is because, even though you are an expert in your field and your business, failure to prepare adequately for a media interview can lead to a disastrous experience. These media interview tips will…

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Words of Encouragement
5 Media Training Tips for Company Spokespersons

Company spokespersons ever so often accept media interviews because they feel that they best know their company, finances and the industry. However, lack of preparation, practice and familiarization can quickly turn a simple interview into a PR disaster. Crisis Communication and Media Training is something everything spokesperson should invest in before they accept media invites for interviews. Here are 5 media training tips that every spokesperson should be made aware…

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Do PR Professionals And Journalists Need Each Other Now More Than Ever?

PR Professionals And Journalists need each other With publications closing down and the availability of journalists shrinking, PR Professionals And Journalists need each other now more than ever. While the two professions are popularly characterized as having a love-hate or ambivalent relationship, the truth is that we need each other. Without journalists, PR professionals would not be able to do their job of creating awareness of their client’s activities. On…

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