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The Media Needs YouPitching multimedia content to journalists<br />Guest Speaker<br />Clare Horton Online Editor SocietyGu...
What’s changed?<br />1970<br />Computer<br />First newspaper published<br />TV<br />1930s<br />2000s<br />1916<br />1752<b...
The Media Needs You - Opening Slides
The Media Needs You - Opening Slides
The Media Needs You - Opening Slides
The Media Needs You - Opening Slides
The Media Needs You - Opening Slides
The Media Needs You - Opening Slides
The Media Needs You - Opening Slides
The Media Needs You - Opening Slides
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The Media Needs You - Opening Slides

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This isn't a presentation but the opening slides to start of an evening networking event for charities, museums and heritage organistions in the UK exploring the changing media landscape. We discussed how, more than ever, journalists are using multimedia content produced by charities, museums and heritage organisations. The keynote speaker was @clarehorton online editor SocietyGuardian and was organised by @sounddelivery and The Third Sector PR and Communications Network. The evening is available as a podcast. Go to www.sounddelivery.org.uk for more information.

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  1. 1. The Media Needs YouPitching multimedia content to journalists<br />Guest Speaker<br />Clare Horton Online Editor SocietyGuardian<br />Host<br />Jude Habib, Director sounddelivery<br />Evening Networking event organised by<br />sounddeliveryand The Third Sector PR and<br />Communications Network <br />Thursday 19 May <br />
  2. 2. What’s changed?<br />1970<br />Computer<br />First newspaper published<br />TV<br />1930s<br />2000s<br />1916<br />1752<br />Radio <br />
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