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Cincinnati USA CVB Hosts National and Regional Media to Help Local Businesses Maximize Media Impact
'Meet the Editor' Event Held During National Travel & Tourism Week, May 4-12
The Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau is hosting its second annual “Meet the Editor” event to mark National Travel and Tourism Week on Friday, May 10 from 10 a.m. until noon at the Aronoff Center for the Performing Arts, Sixth & Walnut Streets in downtown Cincinnati.
The event will be an exclusive discussion with national, regional and local media about key trends shaping the news industry and timely tips on breaking through to amplify your brand and your message. Additionally, the director of the internationally-recognized Pew Research Project for Excellence in Journalism will offer a keynote address on the “State of the Media in 2013.”
The event, offered at no charge, will help participants understand how the U.S. media landscape is shifting toward the digital age while they hear from national media professionals representing outlets such as the Associated Press and national television shows, along with magazines and websites on how to pitch story ideas and discover the best way to make sure organizations stay top of mind with local, regional and national media targets.
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The birds are chirping, the temperature is rising, and soon the landscape will be in full bloom. As nature wakes up to the new season, there is also an awakening taking place in the Lake Geneva area. Seasonal attractions are opening once again, the famous cruise line is in full swing, and the great outdoors anxiously await visitors. If you are looking for a relaxing getaway, spring is a great time for families, couples, or friends to visit the Lake Genera area. Here are some activities and attractions not to miss: