Who doesn't want publicity! Outreach is everything. If you are not equipped to put the latest developments, achievements or successes of your organization on paper in the most potent way, there is little chance your effort will appeal to the media. There is possibility of your press release being unceremoniously trashed.
Over 50 percent of press releases that land on the newsdesk are tossed into the bin. They are either not well written, are too long, or too short - and the cardinal sin of all - they are often written in Urdu, and sent to English language newspapers hoping it gets published. It never will!
To avoid this from happening, a press release needs to be drafted in such a manner it becomes impossible for the newsdesk to throw it away. A good press release is vital in highlighting the work of your organization but only if it follows certain pattern and adheres to the discipline and flow.
JournalismPakistan.com specializes in writing professional press releases, ones that get published.
Email us for a quote: email@example.com
Or contact us on phones: +92-51-5194455; 0321-5173277.
You can also contact us by filling out the short form below.
Office address: Ovais Center, Main PWD Road, National Police Foundation, O-9, Islamabad, Pakistan.
The Express Tribune, January 13, 2017
Donald Trump's recent press conference became an issue only because the White House press corps are a largely elitist and spoilt bunch, rotten and accustomed to having the inside track. And because they don't support each other. In that lies the fourth estate's problem.
For all the piety that we in the media spray ...Read more...
The Civil & Military Gazette which started publication in 1872 from Lahore, Karachi and Simla, was closed down in September 1963.
Three progressive periodicals - Savera (edited by Zaheer Kashmiri), Naqoosh (edited by Ahmed Nadim Qasmi) and Adab-i-Latif (edited by Mirza Adeeb) - were proscribed by the Muslim League government of Punjab for six months in 1948. This was the first attack on the freedom of press in the country (The Press in Chains - Zamir Jafri).