press advisory format

press advisory format - Be clear about what reporters can...

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B ORGANIZATION NAME/LOGO Organization address Organization phone number B PRESS ADVISORY Date of advisory For More Information: Name of contact person Phone number of contact B Catchy Headline: (A quick line that explains what’s going on—should be both attention-grabbing and informative) B Title: (Another sentence giving a bit more information) B A description of the event comes here – a brief synopsis of the WHAT and WHY . This should be about one paragraph long (the entire advisory should be no longer than one page).
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Unformatted text preview: Be clear about what reporters can expect to take place at the event, but do not give too much information or else the reporters will not need to attend – they will already have the story. WHO: List here the speakers at the event or who is sponsoring it (always include titles) WHEN: Date and Time WHERE : Location of event – be specific and give good directions, you want reporters to be able to find it! VISUALS: List here any photo opportunities, including creative costumes, backdrops or props. -###-...
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2010 for the course JOU 4368 taught by Professor Burleson during the Spring '10 term at Baylor.

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