Curious to know what’s going on at The Oregonian? Want to learn what editors are looking for so you can improve your pitches? There’s no better way to do that than learning from leaders at the region’s top newspaper and news website!
PRSA Oregon is giving you the opportunity to meet The Oregonian‘s Editor and Vice President of Content Therese Bottomly and Oregonian Media Group President John Maher. during our first (virtual) Media FAM Tour of the year.
- Learn how staffing in newsrooms is changing and what that means for PR pros.
- Find out what topics and platforms matter most to The Oregonian.
- Get tips for improving your pitches to increase the chances they’ll get picked up.
- Participate in Q&A with these media leaders.
If you do media relations in Oregon, you need to get to know The Oregonian.
Join us and The Oregonian from noon to 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 18. Tickets are $15 for PRSA and AMA members. Non-members pay $25. There is a small processing fee in addition to the ticket price. Hope to see you there!
About Oregonian Media Group
Since 1850, The Oregonian has been telling the stories that shape the Great Northwest. The Oregonian newspaper and the news and information website OregonLive.com is where local readers turn to learn about their communities, their region and their world.
Through its content, readers find the most dependable news, information and insights relevant to their daily lives. With more than a million readers, The Oregonian is the region’s top newspaper and OregonLive.com is the region’s top local news and information website.
The Oregonian has earned six Pulitzer Prizes, including Editorial Writing, Feature Writing and Breaking News Reporting.
About the Media FAM Tour Series
PRSA Oregon is hosting monthly Media FAM (Familiarization) tours on the third Thursday of each month. Join us as we virtually travel throughout the state to chat with editors, producers, publishers and podcast creators. Hear how the media landscape has changed from COVID-19 from those who work in print, broadcast, podcasts and web pixels. Invest your lunch hour to build relationships and increase the likelihood that your pitch will get traction.