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TV, radio, newspaper and magazine insiders tell you exactly what to do (and what to avoid) when attempting to get noticed media coverage.

Whether you're launching a new business or product, working to boost brand awareness, eager to promote an event, or hoping to go viral, there are countless opportunities for news coverage. You can use traditional media like print news, magazines, radio, and television. The key is knowing who to contact and what to say when you do.

Reaching a guest with multiple marketing touches keeps this historic theater top-of-mind with modern audiences.

Since 2015, Ashley Birdsell Lewis has been the Weinberg Center for the Arts’ manager of marketing and only employee in her department. In this podcast episode, Whitney mines Ashley for her not-so-secret formula of running a one-woman marketing team. (Spoiler: it includes equal parts data and coffee, and a whole lot of following her gut.)

AAF-GF members team up with Leaders on Loan to produce new marketing materials

American Advertising Federation-Greater Frederick (AAF-GF) members Digital Bard introduces partnership between Leaders on Loan, a Frederick County Chamber of Commerce initiative, to help other nonprofits within the community.

Goodwill Industries of Monocacy Valley brings youth to Digital Bard as part of Creative Expressions experience.

In April 2016, Digital Bard teamed up with Goodwill Industries (GIMV) for their Creative Expressions Event. The goal was to inspire students who have a passion for the arts to pursue a career doing what they love.

Digital Bard's Whitney Hahn teaches about the use of video in social media at the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce sixth annual New Media & Technology Conference (Fred NMT). Fred NMT brings expert local presenters together to discuss tools and strategies that help organizations create...