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“. . . a resource fresh in insight and brimming with practical examples that will prove valuable to the novice and seasoned professional alike. . . . This book is not about publicity, it’s about strategy. It’s not about counting column inches, it’s about building a solid, results-oriented program geared to meeting a company’s business goals.” — IABC Communication World
“It is a terrific refresher for seasoned PR professionals. It is an excellent text and reference book for students and new practitioners . . . . This is the strategy book to help you carry out tactics in the best of times and the worst of times.” — Public Relations Quarterly
“Whether you’re a veteran or a beginner, you’ll learn from this book.” — communications briefings
“[The authors] have more experience dealing with the media than do the staffs of many corporate PR departments. Their carefully focused book on this important function of public relations is one of the most comprehensive, practical and well-written presentations on media relations that we have.” — Ragan Report
“It would take years of painfully learning from your mistakes to develop the knowledge about working with the media that has been assembled in On Deadline: Managing Media Relations.” — Public Relations Journal
“. . . succinct writing, enlightening anecdotes, practical lists and outlines, and a circumspect attitude that leaves the reader feeling in the company of two people who know their subject inside and out.” — Public Relations Quarterly
Carole M. Howard is the former vice president of public relations and communications policy for Reader’s Digest. Recruited in 1985 from AT&T, Carole helped to establish a public relations function worldwide for Reader’s Digest. She lives with her husband in Colorado and continues to give speeches, conduct workshops, and do PR counseling. Wilma Mathews, a Phoenix-based consultant, author and speaker has more than 25 years in international and domestic public relations management.