What is the Media Guide?

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Getting on Air, Online & Into Print is a complete news media guide, designed to help you:

  • Contact journalists and news outlets relevant to your work and organization
  • Understand how to communicate strategically within the changing media landscape

The complete media guide includes:

  • 250+ page directory of journalists across the Chicago and Midwest region
  • Searchable online database where you can create and manage your own custom lists and export for print (PDF) and as a CSV (common separated value) file to import into your own database.

Getting On Air, Online & Into Print also provides 60+ pages of helpful tips, worksheets and lists to prepare your own content and manage your communications projects

As an affordable, high-quality alternative to nationally-known PR databases, Getting On Air, Online, & Into Print has built a solid following over the past 20 years. Learn about our real users and their take on the guide by looking at a recent survey they completed.

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