Award-winning journalist Jill Osborn exposes the three strategic steps that must be used to gain favorable coverage with the media at just the right time. She gives you the inside scoop on how to think like a national or local journalist so you can control the headlines. And she even provides sample press releases to help shape your message. When reading Accessing the Media, you will have a personal media consultant without the cost of hiring one.
Whether you are running for office, looking to improve visibility for your business, or simply want a deeper understanding of what you see and read in the news, Accessing the Media is the perfect guide to getting your story out to the world.
SubtitleHow to Get Good Press
AuthorBy Jill Osborn
Published17 April 2018
Dimensions6.00 x 9.00in.
About the author
Jill Osborn is an award-winning columnist and political correspondent. She worked in a congressional office on Capitol Hill and for a top DC lobbying firm and went on to be a contributor at FOX News. Jill lives with her husband and children in North Carolina.
—Gretchen Carlson, former FOX News anchor
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—Aaron Berlin, prosecutor and candidate for district court judge
“Jill’s book is must read for anyone wanting to know how the dots are connected with politics and the media. With the evolving political climate, Jill has found new ground to plow.”
—United States Congressman Richard Hudson
“As a first-time candidate connecting with Jill was a great decision. She consulted with me on the content and timing of press releases, provided training on how to interact with the press and how to capitalize on an interview. I would not have received as much press as I did, had it not been for Jill’s invaluable advice. She is still someone I consult with on an on-going basis and hope to for years to come.”
—Michelle Barson, current mayor pro tem, Clemmons, North Carolina
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—former mayor Nick Nelson, youngest mayor to serve Clemmons, North Carolina