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8 May 2006 at 1:05 pm
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Media Team Australia is a NFP set up to assist community organisations across Australia raise their public profile and attract greater support by professionalising their public relations and communication activities.

Staff Reporter | 8 May 2006 at 1:05 pm


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Media Team Australia Workshops - Advertorial
8 May 2006 at 1:05 pm

Media Team Australia is a Not for Profit organisation set up to assist community organisations across Australia raise their public profile and attract greater support by professionalising their public relations and communication activities.

MTA is holding a series of Melbourne workshops in May aimed specifically at your needs – with a chance for Pro Bono Australia readers to win a FREE registration.

“Working with the Media in Melbourne”
Tuesday 16th May 2006—Melbourne • 9–4pm
Ross House
247 Flinders Lane, Melbourne Vic 3000
Cost is $370 (GST inclusive) including lunch, morning and afternoon tea.

During this intensive one day workshop you will have the opportunity to work with Melbourne’s main media and communications players. Throughout the day communications professionals will show you how to plan a media relations campaign in order to get real results.

Leading journalists and producers will give practical tips on what a news desk is looking for, and how to pitch your story to give it the best chance of being reported. You will hear directly from those who write the news what makes a difference in turning an issue into print, radio and TV coverage.

“Marketing on a shoestring”
Wednesday 17th May 2006—Melbourne • 9–4pm
Ross House
247 Flinders Lane, Melbourne Vic 3000
Cost is $370 (GST inclusive) including lunch, morning and afternoon tea.

There is enormous competition these days to get your organisation noticed by clients, donors, users, potential funders and the general public. This one day workshop aims to give you fresh ideas for promoting your organisation without big bucks.

Key to the day will be learning how to develop, protect, maintain, and reposition your organisation to reach your full potential and maximise your audience. Advertising and PR experts will discuss the importance of developing a ‘whole of organisation’ approach to a Marketing Strategy.

If you attend both workshops you can receive a discounted rate of $640 (GST inclusive) PLACES ARE STRICTLY LIMITED TO 15 PEOPLE PER WORKSHOP.

For more information and a registration form send us an email with the words Media Team Australia Workshops in the subject line to probono@probonoaustralia.com.au.

Special offer to Pro Bono Australia readers: The first reader to email for the registration form and tell us the city in which the workshops are being held will win a FREE registration to one of the full day events.



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