Quick Guide for Fire Fighters: How to Get Positive News Coverage

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Journalists need you as much as you need them. They are looking for strong, positive stories that are relevant to their readers, listeners or viewers. If you can find easy ways to keep the media informed, they will reward you with positive news coverage about your fire department and your team.

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“It does not help you or your department to hide your efforts. Your firefighters are the proverbial good guys. Show them off whenever you can,” writes Bruce Garner about his experience as a public information officer for the Chattanooga Fire Department. He suggests inviting local newspeople to your fire station for a quick tour to help establish a good relationship with them.

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