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How to Create a Media Sheet for Radio Interviews

How to Create a Media Sheet for Radio Interviews

When it comes to conducting radio interviews, I always provide radio programs with my media sheet, which includes sample interview questions as well as short and long bios about me. This helps the host prepare for the interview, and makes sure they have the most up-to-date information available. Not every host will use your proposed […]

Nonfiction Authors: How to Promote Your Book to the Media

Nonfiction Authors: How to Promote Your Book to the Media

Approaching the media to help promote your book doesn’t have to be a daunting task—or like you’re just one in a sea of authors who will get skimmed over. Here are some practical steps to increase your chances of getting noticed when contacting media professionals for a review of your book or interview. Go to […]

Publishing Round Up Series: Advanced Media Training Tip: Tee Up The Next Question

Publishing Round Up Series: Advanced Media Training Tip: Tee Up The Next Question

What if there was an almost foolproof way to ensure that reporters ask you the exact question you want them to ask? There is. Often times, you can “tee up” the next question a reporter will ask you simply by placing it right in front of them. As an example, imagine that the question you’re […]

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