06
Nov

3 Ways to Elevate Your Next Media Pitch

Posted by: Megan Moran in: Media Relations -

In the PR world today, it is hard to break through the noise and get your pitch noticed by a publication. The media is swarmed with email pitches every day, so how will your pitch stand out? Below are three ways to connect with a writer and get your pitch  the attention it needs.

 

  1. Find out who is writing about your topic
  • By using media monitoring tools and specific keywords, you’ll be able to find which journalists and publications cover your space. This will ensure that you are reaching out to the right people, which will ultimately make your story more appealing and not waste the writer’s time.

 

  1. Reference an article they recently wrote regarding your topic
  • This piece of the puzzle is very important because it will show the writer that you are truly interested in them and what they write about, which will make the writer more intrigued…
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22
Sep

6 Trends and Observations from Feast Portland 2017

Posted by: jillw in: Food/Beverage -

Feast Portland is an annual paradise for foodies, and this year’s edition did not disappoint. In a town known for its love of imaginative cuisine and high-quality beverages, Feast brings together top chefs from local restaurants as well as around the world, and pairs their creations with the best wine, spirits, beer and other libations. Following are a few trends and other observations from our weekend at the festival.

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30
Aug

Ready. Set. Feast! Our top picks for Feast Portland 2017

Posted by: jillw in: Food/Beverage -

We’re counting down to one of the nation’s biggest food festivals, which just happens to be in our backyard. Feast Portland is back for a sixth consecutive year, and this culinary celebration just gets better every time.

From signature main productions to on-trend classes, panels and fun-size events, Feast always manages to elevate our food and drink experiences.

Held Sept. 14-17 at venues around the city, Feast has our entire LANE staff salivating. Our festival veterans are winnowing their choices, while neophytes are anxiously anticipating the stuff of which legends are made. Here are just a few perspectives on what we’re looking forward to:

Stephanie Celenza
This will be my first time attending Feast Portland, and I am excited about all of it! Latin cuisine is my favorite, which means I’ll be trying everything at the Night Market. And my favorite meal of the day, hands down, is brunch. It’s what I do best on the weekends, so you’ll definitely find me sampling all the deliciousness at Brunch Village. Plus, I’m a big Christina Tosi fan. I dream of the Milk Bar B’Day Truffles and Compost Cookie, so I can’t wait to see what she will be showcasing at this year’s brunch spread.

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