You find the editor's name and email address in one of those expensive media directories. You write a pitch and email it to … [Read more...]
If you have an "in" with producers at any of the big TV talk shows, they'll tell you exactly how to catch the attention of the people who book the guests.
I don't have any connections. You probably don't either.
But Steve Harrison does. He knows several insiders … [Read more...]
If the website has a search box, type "news tips" or "we … [Read more...]
Broadcasters who are looking for TV show guests, and journalists on the hunt for experts to interview, love sitting across from potential sources and listening to them pitch.
They can see the twinkle in your eye. They can hear the enthusiasm … [Read more...]
When news breaks internationally, nationally or regionally, and you tie into the story in some way, pitch "the local angle" to local bloggers, local weekly and daily newspapers, local TV newsrooms, even local radio.
If you're in one of the 22 states served by … [Read more...]