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May 16, 2018

iHeartMedia Panel with South Florida Radio Personalities
May 16, 2018
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
iHeartRadio Studios
7601 Riviera Blvd
Miramar, FL 33023
Panelists from Y-100 100.7 FM, 103.5 FM and 93.3 FM THE BEAT

$15.00 Member Ticket

$25.00 Non-Member Ticket

Join PRSA Miami for a panel discussion featuring iHeartMedia's South Florida Radio Personalities from Y-100 100.7 FM103.5 FM and 93.3 FM THE BEAT at the iHeartMedia studios in Miramar. Guests will have the opportunity to learn more from these Miami-based radio stations and on-air talent.

Topics include: Do’s and Don’ts on pitching practices, social media evolution, crisis pitching, brand partnership opportunities and more. After the discussion, guests will visit the station for an exclusive behind the scenes tour. 

Event Timeline:

  • 5:30 p.m. – Registration  
  • 6:00 p.m. – Introduction, panel discussion and Q&A
  • 6:45 p.m. – Tour

Everyone will be treated to complimentary wine. Free parking will be available.

Panelists:

  • On-Air Personality Stichiz to discuss Do’s and Don’ts on pitching radio; press release vs. cold call; breaking news; in-studio interviews
  • Digital Program Director Doug Hall to discuss social media including how social media has evolved, and how do you use social media to drive awareness to events/offers
  • Disaster/Crisis pitching: How can media professionals share news on what is open, closed, breaking, etc.
  • Grace Blazer - Brand partnership opportunities and who to pitch

iHeartMedia's 850+ stations deliver music, news, talk, sports and other content to diverse audiences across multiple platforms. Click here to learn more about iHeartMedia's South Florida stations.

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FIU Brickell Campus
1101 Brickell Avenue
Miami, FL 33131
https://business.fiu.edu/about-us/fiu-downtown-on-brickell.cfm

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