Prosper in the New Year with Professional Media Relations

A Workshop participant pitches Chicago Sun-Times columnist Mark Brown

Prosperity starts with effective communications! For 20 years, Professional Media Relations (PMR) has been Community Media Workshop’s cornerstone training. This intensive training session is designed for nonprofit communicators to plan media campaigns. Over the course of five Fridays, you’ll learn from The Workshop’s own industry professionals basic public relations skills, how to develop a story, and will get the opportunity to pitch your story to journalists. The course includes one copy per organization of Getting On Air, Online, & Into Print, the indispensible media directory of Chicagoland media contacts. Register Today!

This training has helped numerous nonprofit communicators launch their media campaigns. Read Ingrid’s story about how PMR helped her get a story in the Chicago Sun-Times!

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