We are now in the home stretch. Summer Learning Day is just around the corner. Reaching out to the media is an important component of your communications efforts and can help you draw attention to the risks of summer learning loss and demonstrate how summer reading is making a difference. NSLA has pooled together some helpful tips to assist you and your communities as you reach out to the media about your summer program or Summer Learning Day event.
Included in the tips you will find the answers to frequently asked questions about how to involve the media:
- What constitutes a newsworthy story?
- What tools are used for releasing news?
- How should I write a pitch note?
- How do I get media to an event?
- How do I write an op-ed?
- How do I seek an editorial?
- and more
Click here to view detailed tips that can help you and your communities reach out to media to help spread the word about your summer learning program or Summer Learning Day event.
For more information or if you have any questions concerning Summer Learning Day or summer learning in general, post your questions or comments below or contact Leslie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-856-1370 ext. 204.
Let’s continue to work together to achieve our #KeepKidsLearning #GLReading goals!
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