Our Media Relations teamWe will meet with the study authors to discuss its details and draft the news release.We distribute the release to newspapers, magazines, online publications, television networks, and post it on the Hopkins Children’s site.For a few days before and after the news release’s distribution, the study authors need to be available for media interviews. A few notes:
• We can help authors prepare for interviews with reporters.
• We are responsible for escorting all television crews, reporters and photographers while they are on campus.
• We ask that, during interviews, faculty specifically mention their affiliation with the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center.If faculty or staff are contacted directly by a reporter, please let us know.
We can assist Hopkins Children’s faculty with media training and crisis communications in one-on-one sessions. Advanced seminars with professional trainers can be arranged for a fee.
For more information, contact:
Ekaterina Pesheva, MA
Senior Science Communications and Media Relations Specialist