Meeting the Media has Never Been Easier: December Must-Attend Events on Long Island

Top Quote The Fair Media Council makes it easy to meet the media at two events on Long Island this December: Dec. 1 holiday party co-hosted by Fair Media Council and Press Club of Long Island, and Dec. 5's The News Conference: Real & Powerful, where you can meet the best in national and local news. End Quote
  • New York, NY (1888PressRelease) November 19, 2017 - The Fair Media Council makes it easy for you to meet the media with two must-attend events this December.

    “It’s the opportune way to start building relationships, which is the vital first step toward getting coverage of your work,” said Jaci Clement, Fair Media Council CEO and Executive Director. “Meeting the media at networking events is a stress-free way to introduce yourself, as well as a great way to reconnect. By making the time to attend these types of events, it also sends a strong signal that you value news coverage and the role media plays in keeping communities informed to maintain quality-of-life standards.”

    Dec. 1 Holiday Party
    Everyone is welcome to attend the Press Club of Long Island’s Holiday Party on Dec. 1 at the Melville Marriott. For the first time, the Fair Media Council is co-hosting the event, and will be on hand to make introductions and assist with networking. It’s an opportunity to meet the media who provide Long Islanders with their local news. Business and community leaders, spokespeople, media relations representatives and students are urged to attend. To find out more and to get tickets, click here.

    Dec. 5 Major News Conference
    On Dec. 5, the Fair Media Council presents one of the most notable media conferences in the country, “The News Conference: Real & Powerful,” from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Garden City Hotel. This is an opportunity to meet the best in national and local news, and go beyond the soundbite to learn more about stories being covered in the news. The day includes a breakfast forum with news leaders on the state of America’s news media, a luncheon featuring a multimedia presentation on news and politics by acclaimed editorial cartoonist and 2017 cartoonist of the year Walt Handelsman, 11 breakout sessions ranging from the ‘Trump Effect on the News’ to ‘Fake News v. Wrong News,’ and a special intensive media relations workshop designed for nonprofit organizations. Tickets are on sale to attend the all-day conference, breakfast only, lunch only and a special package deal to attend lunch and the nonprofit media relations workshop is also offered.

    About Fair Media Council
    The Fair Media Council advocates for quality news and creates a media savvy society. A 501c3 nonprofit organization, FMC is headquartered on Long Island, N.Y.

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