3113.0 Media Advocacy: Breaking through the Crowded News Cycle

Monday, October 29, 2012: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Panel Discussion
Interested in learning how to work effectively with the news media to deliver public health messages to journalists, decision makers and other target audiences? During this session, a panel of influential journalists will share inside strategies for pitching stories to media outlets and other tips for generating news coverage of your issue or organization. Learn about the role of media advocacy, the importance of developing messages that resonate with the public and how you can help put issues front and center in a policy agenda at the federal, state or local level. Hear first-hand from those who cover health news how to best communicate your public health messages through the media.

Covering "The Public's Health"
Jonathan Purtle, MPH, MSc
San Fransisco Chronicle
Victoria Colliver

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