Can I Quote You on That?: A Practical Handbook For Company Executives Who Deal With The Media

by William Essex

Harriman House | September 1, 2006 | Hardcover

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Media contact is a fact of business life. And yet this is the only book on the market that focuses exclusively on getting the best out of contact with journalists. It''s written by a journalist, about journalists, and based on a long-established and successful media-training course. Circulating copies of this book around key executives would be a far cheaper and more cost-effective alternative to hiring media-trainers. Being able to handle the media effectively can be a significant career advantage. Doing it badly can be damaging both to the career and to the company.This book is a practical guide to handling media contact. It starts at first contact with a journalist and goes right through to discussing whether, and if so how, to follow up an interview. The book looks at print, radio, television and online journalism. There''s a chapter on crisis management and one on interviewees'' legal rights. A key feature of the book is that it focuses on what journalists want, why they want it, and how to give it to them in a way that achieves favourable media coverage.Can I quote you on that? describes techniques for handling a variety of interviews successfully, from the visit to your office by a trade journalist, through expected and unexpected telephone interviews, via calls from newspapers and magazines, radio interviews, phone-ins and discussion programmes, to the range of television experiences, including the camera crew at the office, the studio-based interview and the remote studio. There''s a chapter on effective interview preparation and an emergency page for reference if the interview is imminent. This book is designed to convey an understanding of how journalists work and how to workwith them for mutual benefit.There are answers to a range of frequ

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 178 pages, 3.65 × 2.52 × 0.27 in

Published: September 1, 2006

Publisher: Harriman House

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1897597894

ISBN - 13: 9781897597897

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Can I Quote You on That?: A Practical Handbook For Company Executives Who Deal With The Media

by William Essex

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 178 pages, 3.65 × 2.52 × 0.27 in

Published: September 1, 2006

Publisher: Harriman House

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1897597894

ISBN - 13: 9781897597897

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Media contact is a fact of business life. And yet this is the only book on the market that focuses exclusively on getting the best out of contact with journalists. It''s written by a journalist, about journalists, and based on a long-established and successful media-training course. Circulating copies of this book around key executives would be a far cheaper and more cost-effective alternative to hiring media-trainers. Being able to handle the media effectively can be a significant career advantage. Doing it badly can be damaging both to the career and to the company.This book is a practical guide to handling media contact. It starts at first contact with a journalist and goes right through to discussing whether, and if so how, to follow up an interview. The book looks at print, radio, television and online journalism. There''s a chapter on crisis management and one on interviewees'' legal rights. A key feature of the book is that it focuses on what journalists want, why they want it, and how to give it to them in a way that achieves favourable media coverage.Can I quote you on that? describes techniques for handling a variety of interviews successfully, from the visit to your office by a trade journalist, through expected and unexpected telephone interviews, via calls from newspapers and magazines, radio interviews, phone-ins and discussion programmes, to the range of television experiences, including the camera crew at the office, the studio-based interview and the remote studio. There''s a chapter on effective interview preparation and an emergency page for reference if the interview is imminent. This book is designed to convey an understanding of how journalists work and how to workwith them for mutual benefit.There are answers to a range of frequ
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