Media Relations

Survey says…PR firms (still) the No. 1 source for journalists

“A new poll suggests that journalists are increasingly relying on social media for their sources, viagra dosage but it’s still not as influential as PR. Oriella PR Network polled nearly 500 journalists, approved and learned that 47 percent are using Twitter (up from 33 percent a year ago) and 35 percent are using Facebook as a source (up from 25 percent a year ago). Still, stuff social media isn’t the first thing they’re going to—only 4 percent said they use Twitter, Facebook, or blogs as their first source in researching a story. The No. 1 resource that journalists in this study are using for sourcing was PR agencies, with a whopping 62 percent.”
PR Daily May 20 2011

Cambridge Strategic Partners has established relationships with the following news and media organizations:

  • Barron’s
  • The Wall Street Journal
  • The New York Times
  • Financial Times
  • Investor’s Business Daily
  • The Washington Post
  • Los Angelos Times
  • Chicago Tribune
  • Bloomberg Wire Service
  • U.S. News and World Report
  • ReuterS and Dow Jones news services
  • PBS Nightly Business Report
  • CBS Market Watch
  • Roll Call
  • Huffington Post
  • The Hill
  • Forbes
  • FORTUNE
  • NASDAQ magazine
  • Harvard Business Review
  • TIME
  • Newsweek
  • Business Week
  • AP Wire Service
  • CNBC
  • CNN
  • MSNBC
  • ABC/CBS/NBC Networks
  • Institutional Investor
  • Pensions and Investments
  • Other Trade Media
  • Politico