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Have a story to tell about your nonprofit, but don’t know where to start when it comes to pitching to the media? Tapp Network’s Tapp Social on Tuesday, May 21, from 3 to 6 p.m. at The Mill will feature a panel of journalism and communication pros, including Technical.ly Delaware Lead Reporter Holly Quinn (that’s me!).
The free event, titled “Putting the PR in NonPRofit,” includes a panel, networking and a happy hour.
#TappSocial is back #InWilm! This May 21st, 3-6 at @TheMillDE, learn how to work with the #press, create #PressReleases, and tell stories that get shared with @harlequinn823 of @technicallyDE, @acherry13 of @WDEL, and Kelly Bachman of @christianacare. https://t.co/5C7Mxl8jRD. pic.twitter.com/FmVO6TRQpv
— Tapp Network (@tappnetwork) May 2, 2019
- Kelly Bachmann, senior communications manager, Christiana Care Health System
- Amy Cherry, assistant news director, WDEL
- Holly Quinn, lead reporter, Technical.ly Delaware
Attendees will learn how to create an effective press release, how to tell if a story is “newsworthy” and the best ways to approach local journalists.
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