Event: Rediscovering the Media Relations Power of Radio with the PCC 

I’m excited to serve on a panel discussing the evolving media landscape alongside broadcasters from the top information stations in the city. It was a pleasure to work with the Publicity Club of Chicago in the past and build my catalog of PR partnerships. Check out the details for Wednesday’s event below – thanks to Publicity.org – and consider joining us.


Despite the digital revolution and rise of alternate formats that have changed the industry in recent years, traditional AM/FM radio remains one of the most powerful tools for transmitting news and information. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from four of Chicago’s most influential radio news anchors and producers about the latest industry trends and most importantly how to make sure your next story gets noticed.

Moderated by Robert Feder, nationally respected media blogger and former TV/radio columnist, panelists include:

  • Julie Mann, managing editor, WBBM Newsradio 780 AM and 105.9 FM
  • Jennifer Keiper, news anchor, WLS-AM
  • Dometi Pongo, news anchor, WVON-AM
  • Mary Sandberg Boyl, executive producer, WGN Radio
  • Carrie Shepard, senior morning shift producer, WBEZ-FM
(Left to right) Robert Feder, Dominic Calabrese, Mary Boyle, Julie Mann, Jennifer Keiper, Dometi Pongo, Carrie Shapard

You will learn how they like to be pitched, what they look for in a story, and how you can secure valuable air time for your company, product or event.

Luncheon series sponsored by News Exposure:

News Exposure tracks your TV, radio, online and social media publicity campaigns! They are the experts in complete and comprehensive media intelligence and PR analysis. News Exposure maintains a permanent media archive with the deepest local coverage, highest quality broadcast clips in the industry and the most accurate metrics you can find. As we said, News Exposure is a proud sponsor of the 2016 PCC luncheons, and offers additional discounts to members on our already competitive prices. Call them today and put yourself in charge of your coverage.

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