If you’re interested in sharing your work and research with the media, join us for a practical workshop – Impress the Press: How to talk to journalists.
This in-person workshop will take place on Talbot Campus from 2-4pm on Wednesday 8th February.
We’ll cover what makes a good news story and how to talk about your work, as well as tips and techniques for speaking with broadcast media (TV and radio) – followed by the chance to put it all into practice through some mock interviews.
Engaging with the media can be a great way to raise your profile and share your research with a broad range of audiences, which can increase the reach and potential impact of your work.
By the end of the session, you’ll feel confident in undertaking media interviews and talking to journalists about what you do.
This workshop is taking place as part of the Research and Knowledge Exchange Development Framework (RKEDF) and will be facilitated by Stephen Bates (Senior Press Officer, M&C) and Emma Matthews (Research Communications Adviser, RDS)
For queries regarding the content of this session, please contact Emma Matthews: firstname.lastname@example.org
For any other queries, please contact Organisational Development