PR News Seeks Contributors for its
Media Training Guidebook
PR News is looking for PR, communications and marketing experts to contribute to our upcoming Media Training Guidebook. This guidebook offers an excellent branding and exposure opportunity for the author and his or her organization.
For this book, we are seeking articles, case studies and how-tos that fit into the following chapters:
- Game Day: Before and During the Interview
- Crisis Management
- Measuring Media Efforts
- Tools & Resources (budget & spend, monitoring tools, etc.)
- Journalist Relations
- Prepping the C-Suite & Other Spokespeople
- Social Media
Content ideas that are focused and specialized are preferred: once you choose a chapter, please come up with an idea that has a specific focus within that content area. Survey data, charts, checklists and/or dos and don’ts lists are expected to accompany your article.
Send your article ideas in the form of a 50-word abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line “Media Training Guidebook Abstract.” Include a headline that will make clear what the reader will learn from your article. Please submit ideas by Friday, January 15.
We look forward to hearing from you.
—The PR News Editorial Team