Despite the increasing popularity of online media sources, ‘traditional’ media outlets still tend to be the main way most people consume news. Working with the media can be a very powerful way of sharing your research findings with the general public or with specialist audiences. It’s a good way of disseminating your research, which can lead to impact further down the line.
As part of our new Research & Knowledge Exchange Development Framework, we will be running a session about working with the media as one way of sharing your research. This session is part of the ‘planning for impact and communicating research’ pathway.
This workshop will be led by BU’s PR manager, Nathaniel Hobby, who will take you through the basics of working with the press.
Date & time: Monday 5 December 9:30am – 11:30am
Location: Lansdowne Campus
For further information and to book, see BU’s staff intranet.