Want local TV coverage? Here’s what not to do

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Want local TV coverage? Here’s what not to do
July 16th, 2017
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One of the most common assignments nearly every PR person takes on at some point is to generate publicity that results in local television media.

There are some effective ways to achieve your goals, but there are many more ways not to get the local TV coverage you want.

This post on the Muck Rack blog focuses on eight things you definitely do not want to do when trying to get TV coverage. Read on for more, plus check out some other blogs from the past few weeks.

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