ReporterConnection.com is Free Service That Connects Busy Journalists with Experts Available for Media Interviews

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Free service launches Monday, December 21st to help reporters, editors and producers who are on deadline quickly find expert sources on wide range of topics. Experts benefit by getting free media coverage.

Experts may enroll free at http://www.ReporterConnection.com to receive free email alerts each business day. When they spot a listing from a reporter seeking their type of expertise, they’ll reply directly through the ReporterConnection.com website.

Life is about to get much easier for busy magazine, newspaper and online writers as well as radio/TV producers who need qualified experts they can quote or interview. On Monday, December 21st, Bradley Communications Corp. is launching ReporterConnection.com, a free service which allows journalists to announce source needs via email to up to 51,000 experts in the company’s database.

For instance, a reporter writing a story on “Tips for Sticking to New Year’s Resolutions” might announce a need for experts to quote about that topic and receive responses from authors, psychologists, self-improvement experts, university professors as well as public relations firms representing similar experts.

Experts may enroll free at http://www.ReporterConnection.com to receive free email alerts each business day. When they spot a listing from a reporter seeking their type of expertise, they’ll reply directly through the ReporterConnection.com website.

Free to both journalists and experts, the new service offers two major advantages over most existing media source services.

First, unlike other services ReporterConnection.com does not need to publish the journalist’s email address to potential sources because all initial replies goes through the company’s website.

Second, to ensure journalists receive on-target replies to their queries, ReporterConnection.com has created a unique “Media Reply Form” in which the journalists may list up to six specific questions they want experts to answer.

“Many journalists told us they hate receiving off-base replies through other services, so we created a system which almost ensures the potential source actually answers the reporter’s questions,” says Steve Harrison, co-founder of ReporterConnection.com.

Journalists who’d like to submit listings of their current source needs may do so at http://www.ReporterConnection.com/press/.

Established in 1985, Bradley Communications Corp. has been connecting journalists and sources for over 24 years. The company provides a variety of publications, services and training events for authors, experts, entrepreneurs, non-profit organizations, public relations professionals and others to help them score more media coverage.

The company is perhaps best-known for publishing Radio-TV Interview Report (RTIR), the twice-monthly magazine that 4,000 radio/TV producers across the United States read to find interesting guests as well as hosting the National Publicity Summit, a conference at which attendees have the opportunity to personally meet top journalists and producers.

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Bill Harrison
484-477-4220 ext 115
http://www.ReporterConnection.com

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