How To Pitch Your Story To The Media
Feb. 19th 2018
Do you have a great idea for a piece that could be published? Learn how to pitch your story to the media from PowerToFly's CoFounder & President Katharine Zaleski who's writing has appeared in The New York Times, Elle, Forbes and who authored Fortune's most popular story of 2015.
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She'll tell you:
- What to pitch
- Who to pitch
- How to tailor your pitch to a publication
- The importance of timing and persistence
- Tips on writing
- How to find an editor
- How to follow up on a submission
- The best ways to promote your piece for television and beyond
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