Talk to the Media

Raising awareness in the local media about pancreatic cancer can really boost the numbers that you reach.

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If you are holding an awareness of fundraising event or activity for Pancreatic Cancer Action or want to publicise Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, why not get in touch with the local press to tell them about it? It will help raise awareness of pancreatic cancer and give your sponsorship a boost!

Here are some tips for getting your local newspapers and radio station to cover story:

Send a press release

A press release is a short account of an event or piece of news that gives the journalist all the key details they need to cover the story. A short concise press release is more likely to be covered by the paper. Aim for approximately 200 words.

It needs to include:

Other things to include:

It is best to e-mail your press release to your local paper and/or radio station. You can usually find a contact on the website but you can also find most local press on www.mediauk.com


Top tips


Sam Luff in the Maidenhead Advertiser
Sam Luff in the Maidenhead Advertiser

Press Release examples: