Chris Rau: Dealing with the Media
a handbook for students, activists, community groups and anyone who can't afford a spin doctor
Experienced journalist Chris Rau found herself on the other side of the media fence after her sister Cornelia was wrongfully held in Baxter Detention Centre. Suddenly she was an interviewee, commentator and media strategist.
Dealing with the Media is essential reading for anyone who wants to transmit news or ideas to a wider audience, or has been thrust into the media spotlight. This practical guide offers easy-to-follow advice on how to deal with the media - both traditional and electronic.
With tips from a who's who of the Australian media including David Marr, Phillip Adams and TV's Tom Krause, this book is a valuable source of information for students, activists, community groups, businesses, and anyone who can't afford a spin doctor.
"Rau strips away our secrets to save all sides from grief and give the public a fresh, strong voice" - David Marr
"Learn how to tame the media monsters" - Phillip Adams
"A sharp, sane and practical guide to working with the press" - David Marr
Title: Dealing with the Media
1. The basics
2. Print media
3. Broadcast Media
4. Special Skills
5. New media
6. Tips for specific groups
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