Partnering with local news media — including newspapers, radio stations, and TV networks — is a powerful way to reach people in your community.
You and your media partners can work together to:
Share important messages about low vision and vision rehabilitation
Raise awareness about eye health in your local community
Get the word out about your organization and programs
Learn how to build productive media partnerships
Our media guide has everything you need to build strong partnerships with your local media, including tips, tools, and templates to help you:
Identify your goals and objectives
Make a list of media contacts
Communicate successfully with the media using fact sheets, press releases, and more
Share our resources with your local media partners
You can help educate members of the media about eye health and eye diseases. When reaching out to community newspapers and other media outlets in your community, share our ready-to-use articles, videos, infographics, and infocards with them.
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