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What journalists really think

 

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There are communications professionals who are afraid to ask journalists what they need to write a story.

This means the same mistakes keep being made, especially because reporters don’t often explain what they want.

Hardly any of the press releases or publications sent out in Brussels are of practical use to journalists.

So I am going to blog about what journalists really think.

Hopefully, this will get more good stories published and more coverage for communication teams. I will be brutally honest.

I’ll end with this advice. Keep communications short. Get to the point. *

 

*99 words.

 

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