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Success With The Media: Everything You Need To Survive Reporters and Your Organization (Volume 1) Paperback – March 27, 2016
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I have 35 years of award-winning media relations experience. As I finish this book, I am the Senior Public Affairs Specialist and Social Media Manager for a federal agency in Washington, D.C.
I received over 50 national and regional awards for my work including marketing, best customer service, best use of technology, and top awards for podcasting, audio, and television hosting and production.
I love media relations and the opportunities inherent to our profession. I have contributed to thousands of media and public discussions and guided these interactions with integrity and substance. I’m happy to say, “I was engaged.”
I have personally handled thousands of difficult media inquiries and administrated the response to thousands more through public affairs officers working for me.
I have been a spokesperson for well-known, national causes. I traveled the country speaking at conferences on media relations and proactive efforts.
I advised presidential and political campaigns, well-known national agencies and assisted scores of organizations seeking assistance.
I created the first radio and television podcast series in both state and federal governments. I rose steadily in rank and pay for my media and promotional work. As I write this, I am about to receive my twelfth media relations award in the last two years.
I am a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University with a Post-Master’s Certificate of Advanced Study.
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Yet this definitive guide for media survival is also gold mine for journalists. Why? If you are committed to fair and accurate reporting, this book defines the ethical and principled practices that should be represented in anyone getting the story as well as those giving it.