Media Outreach

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IPR uses its wide-ranging contacts to serve clients’ needs

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We develop customized target media and manage all media inquiries. We work with you to identify and coach key company spokespeople.

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Proactive Pitching and Rapid Response

We secure high profile coverage via selective exclusives, advance stories and background interviews at conferences and when you travel. We also monitor sector news and look for positive communications opportunities or a quick response to any negative news.
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Press Releases

IPR utilizes the most cost-effective wire-service distribution to meet your needs, and pitch your release individually to each reporter in your target media list
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Articles and Commentaries

IPR can readily apply our award-winning writing capabilities to blogs and Op-Ed pieces to further support your position on public matters. We can draft talks and speeches for you too.
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Media Coaching & Interview Prep

In individualized meetings or in group sessions, we apply our combined accomplishments as journalists to help you understand the media so you can effectively deliver your company’s story while avoiding common media pitfalls.
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“I’m in Charge!”

Alexander Haig, then Secretary of State, made that statement in response to a question the day President Reagan was shot in March 1981. The problem is he was not in charge, and the statement was a serious blow to his credibility from which his reputation never fully recovered.

The reporter who asked Gen. Haig, “Who’s in charge,” was our own Stephen Gendel. He is now available to help YOU avoid making the same type of mistake.

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