A broadcast fax consists of a one-sheeter referred to as an alert. It gives the station recipients satellite feed information: Satellite feed date; time and coordinates; story information; contents and contact information. It is blanketed to a targeted fax list.
A broadcast fax gives news stations and targeted national outlets a "heads up" regarding an upcoming feed or satellite newsfeed. A broadcast fax is sent as a back-up to regular pitching of the particular feed or interview opportunity.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
A broadcast fax is distributed to all U.S. news stations and targeted national outlets. The average time of distribution is 15 minutes for 1000 records.
1) We can write the alert for you utilizing our expertise of knowing how to compose an "attention getter."
2) We can also provide you with layout and copy suggestions and/or add graphics to your fax.
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