Obtaining Media Broadcast Publicity

By Susan Geary, 1st Rate Resumes

Attaining broadcast media publicity isn’t as hard as it seems. That’s because most local morning shows on both television and radio are looking to fill several “holes” in their show every day. They already have the usual programs scheduled: News, weather, sports, and features. The first 3 are already in place. But they need to fill the feature slot everyday with something new and interesting. TV morning show producers prefer “news you can use”. Television news programs are always looking for stories that will have a positive impact on its audience. But how does a résumé writer get on television and radio morning shows?

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Susan Geary is the President of 1st Rate Resumes. has been a radio air personality and television network feed producer for over 17 years. 


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