ProfNet has been helping journalists and experts connect for 20 years, and our members have seen their experts – or, in some cases, themselves -- featured in every type of news outlet.
We asked our members to share their most recent media hits that resulted from ProfNet queries, Expert Alerts and ProfNet Connect. Here are just a few. (You can also read past ones here.)
- Unity College in Maine’s food and farm coordinator, Sara Trunzo, was included in a Wall Street Journal’s SmartMoney magazine article about farm stands. This provided a national hit for a small environmental college of less than 600 full-time students.
- Marriage and family therapist Tina B. Tessina received a call from the “Today” show as a result of queries she replied to in connection with her book, “The Commuter Marriage.”
- A photo feature in Profile Magazine on CEO hobbies
- A leading mention/quote in an American Medical News article about marketing a practice outside social media
- An interview with Counselor Magazine about the importance of promotional products
- An upcoming quote/mention in Women & Co. about when and how to hire a life coach
- An interview for Citi about bullying in the workplace
- Anastasia Roberts, PharmD, assistant professor of pharmacy practice, was quoted in an AMN Healthcare story on nurse-pharmacist teams.
- David Shapiro, director of IT services for Lebanon Valley College, was quoted in a TechNewsWorld article on mobile phone privacy.
- Dr. Satish Rao, digestive health expert at Georgia Health Sciences University, was interviewed in HealthDay for an article on irritable bowel syndrome. The article was then picked up in U.S. News & World Report, among 15 other national outlets.
- Andrew Appel, creative director: “We've had more success from this than I'm honestly able to keep track of, and have been printed in numerous publications of all kinds. We very much appreciate the service you offer.”
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ProfNet, a service of PR Newswire, has helped journalists and experts connect since 1992. Writers can search the ProfNet Connect database of more than 50,000 profiles; send a ProfNet query by email to thousands of subscribers around the globe; or get timely experts and story ideas by email.