Thursday, 20 June 2019
12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
Unlimited slots available
In this webinar, Dominic will help academics and researchers learn how they can best leverage the media to maximise their exposure and influence.
 
He’ll reveal current trends in the media landscape, explore what makes a story, and will delve into the specific technicalities of pitching and drafting effective stories with a wide public reach.
 
The webinar will also contain key external resources, including advice on how to best prepare for interviews and where to find today’s best science media.
 
If you’re a media novice or an experienced media performer, this webinar will offer new skills and insights into how to best get your work out into the world.
 
 

Dominic JarvisUniversity of Queensland
 
Dominic Jarvis (BBus, BCI, MCI, MEnv) is a media and communications expert at the University of Queensland’s Faculty of Science, helping connect UQ research and researchers with the public.
 
Previously he worked as a multimedia journalist for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) in both the US and Australia, creating stories and digital content for print, radio and online.
 
He also has a background in political media and communications and for many years managed the offices of Deputy Leader of the Australian Greens, Senator Larissa Waters.
 
Dominic also worked on the Obama/Biden campaign in 2008, and for California’s Congressman Sam Farr in Washington DC.

 

 

Please note you will need internet access for the session, log in details will be emailed through the day before the webinar. 
 

 

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