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  1. Are you paying too much to send out your news releases?
    Sources News Release

    If you have been using a corporate newswire service to send out your news releases you are likely paying $500 or more to send out a single release -- and that release may not even be reaching the people you want to reach.
  2. Dean's Digital World: The reporter's friend
  3. Don't be a Time Bandit
    Don't waste journalists' time.
  4. HotLink Resouce Shelf: In the News
    Review of a book on media relations in Canada.
  5. Sources.com
    Portal for Journalists and Writers - The directory for reporters, writers, editors and researchers

    Sources is an information portal for journalists, freelance writers, news editors, authors, researchers and journalism students -- and a resource for organizations, institutions, businesses, and individuals who want to get media coverage of their expertise and their views on newsworthy topics.
    Journalists: Use Sources to find experts, media contacts, spokespersons, scientists, lobbyists, officials, speakers, university professors, researchers, newsmakers, CEOs, executive directors, media relations contacts, spokespeople, talk show guests, PR representatives, Canadian sources, story ideas, research studies, databases, universities, colleges, associations, businesses, government, research institutions, lobby groups, non-government organizations (NGOs), in Canada and internationally.
    Newsmakers: Use Sources to raise your profile and get media coverage. Sources is a powerful tool which complements and magnifies your other efforts to publicize yourself. See www.sources.com/Profile.htm, fill out the membership form, or call 416-964-7799.
  6. The State of the News Media
    Journalists are older, smarter, generally more educated, and usually more cynical than their predecessors. Cynicism often breeds distrust making the current generation of news reporters more suspicious and more formidable than ever.
  7. There's no such thing as a slow news day
    The news media are always looking for news.
  8. Watching the News
    Watching the news to learn what the media are interested in.
  9. What Does a Reporter Want?
    What does a reporter what when they interview you?
  10. What Makes a Good Story?
    What makes a story interesting is often a combination of the interests of the audience, the interests and abilities of the reporter, and a long history of journalistic tradition.