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MediaType National TV & Cable Programs National TV & Cable Programs National TV & Cable Programs

MediaOrganization ABC Television Network

Program Bureau Name Good Morning America - ABC Television Network The View - ABC Television Network Live With Regis and Kelly

ABC Television Network

Buena Vista Television

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The Early Show - CBS Television Network

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Daily Review

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Section/Program/BureauDescription General news, talk, interviews and entertainment.

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Female talk show including headlines, celebrity interviews, audience participation and topic experts. Features three to four guests per show; rarely goes out Ms of the studio. Coverage includes cooking, fashion, celebrity profiles and demonstrations. 25% of show's bookings result from PR pros' suggestions.

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Ignozzi

Dolores

Jackson

The first hour contains an a.m. news wrap-up and special reports. The second hour features a single guest or issue.

Ms

Jee Won

Park

Erik

Pedersen

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Jonathan

Norman

Gresham

Striegel

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Marian

Frank

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Robin

Phillips

Melissa

Jones

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Ellis

Widner

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Nedra

Rhone

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Kitty

Crider

Staci

Brooks

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Kenneth

Carter

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Roland

Wilkerson

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Sue

Ontiveros

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Brenda

Butler

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Renee

Enna

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Eric

Gwinn

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Robin

Jenkins

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Ann

Haas

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Robin

Davis

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Mary Lynn

Plageman

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Nicholas

Boer

Don

Gammill

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Jim

Stafford

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Ms

Jolene

Thym

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Tracy

Achor Hayes

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Jennifer

Okamoto

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Paige

Phelps

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Connie

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Dana

Coffield

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Doug

Peterson

Sue

Selasky

Judy

Wells

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Alison

Lucian

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Joan

Obra

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Elizabeth

Kieszkowski

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Molly

Glentzer

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Mary

Dolan

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Wayne

Bledsoe

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Frank

Fertado

Barbara

Thornburg

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Dorothy

Robinson

Bridget

Carey

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Kathryn

Wexler

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Mike

Hirsch

Danica

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Jude

Biersdorfer

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Tom

Dekay

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Alex

Hawgood

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Thad

Ogburn

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Susan

Ladd

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Sylvia

Carter

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Barbara

Schuler

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Jolene

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Gayle

Karol

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Jean

Patteson

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Janis

Fontaine

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Bob

Batz

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Virginia

Linn

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Tony

Norman

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Kim

Crow

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Brenda Sue

Junkin

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Lou

Papineau

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Barnes

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Maria

Cote

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Patti

Thorn

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Rita

Blomster

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June

Wormsley

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Arthur

Salm

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Susan

Shroder

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Jonathan

Sidener

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Anastasia

Hendrix

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Karen

Casto

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Holly

Hayes

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Trousdale

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Yuasa

Isamu

Jordan

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Joe

Bonwich

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Holleman

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Allison

Kaplan

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Susan

Olds

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Cloe

Cabrera

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Greg

Haymes

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Victor

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Ken

Barnes

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Anita

Sama

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John

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Pruitt

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Elizabeth

Thiel

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Bonnie

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Benwick

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Belle

Elving

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Richards

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Marylou

Tousignant

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Title Senior Producer

Beat Food

Preferred Method of Contact Fax

Coordinating Producer

Management

Fax

Segment Producer

Lifestyle

E-mail

Producer

Senior Editor

Catering, food, beverages and tobacco - other The Arts

Fax

Fax

Producer

Lifestyle

Fax

Senior Producer

Management

Postal address

Senior Editor

Technology

Fax

Deputy Business Editor

Business

E-mail

Freelance Tech Writer

Computers

Fax

Style Editor

Lifestyle

Fax

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Reporter

Retailing

E-mail

Food Editor/Columnist

Catering, food, beverages and tobacco - other Lifestyle

Postal address

Assistant Editor

Fax

Page 1 Editor

Computers

E-mail

Assistant Features Editor

Lifestyle

E-mail

Columnist

Catering, food, beverages and tobacco - other

E-mail

Senior Features Editor

Fashion

E-mail

Assistant Subject Editor, "Good Eating"

Catering, food, beverages and tobacco - other

E-mail

Tempo Source Editor/Features Tech Technology Writer

E-mail

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Reporter/Writer, Good Eating

Deputy Features Editor

Catering, food, beverages and tobacco - other Lifestyle

Street address

E-mail

Food Editor

Catering, food, beverages and tobacco - other

E-mail

Managing Editor/Features

Management

E-mail

Food Editor

Catering, food, beverages and tobacco - other

E-mail

Special Sections Editor

Local news

E-mail

Technology Writer

Business

E-mail

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Food Writer

Food

E-mail

Fashion Editor

Fashion

E-mail

Texas Living Assistant Editor

Lifestyle

E-mail

Home and Garden Reporter

Home interest

E-mail

Life Section Editor

Lifestyle

E-mail

Editor

Lifestyle

E-mail

Assistant Features/Calendar Editor

Lifestyle

E-mail

Writer

Features Writer

Catering, food, beverages and tobacco - other Lifestyle

Fax

Fax

Features Editor

Lifestyle

Street address

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Food Writer

Island Life - Features Editor

Catering, food, beverages and tobacco - other Lifestyle

E-mail

Fax

Features Editor

Lifestyle

E-mail

Life & Style Editor

Lifestyle

Fax

Music Critic

The Arts

Fax

Features Editor

Lifestyle

Telephone

Senior Editor

Homes and interiors other Lifestyle

Street address

Entertainment Reporter

E-mail

Reporter

Business

Fax

Fashion/Style Writer

Fashion

E-mail

Business Editor

Business

E-mail

Writer

Fashion

Fax

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Technology Business Columnist

Science (General)

E-mail

Editor

Home interest

Postal address

Editor

Lifestyle

Postal address

Features Editor

Lifestyle

E-mail

Features Editor

Lifestyle

E-mail

Food Critic

Catering, food, beverages and tobacco - other

Street address

Features Editor

Lifestyle

E-mail

Food Writer

Catering, food, beverages and tobacco - other

E-mail

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Special Sections Editor

Lifestyle

E-mail

Reporter

Fashion

E-mail

Community News Writer

Lifestyle

E-mail

Food Editor

Beer

E-mail

Lifestyle Editor

Fitness

E-mail

Associate Editor

Black interest

E-mail

Style Editor

Entertainment (General) Fashion

E-mail

Style Reporter

E-mail

Managing Editor

Management

Street address

Features Editor

Lifestyle

E-mail

Home Writer

Home interest

E-mail

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Lifestyles Editor

Lifestyle

E-mail

Books Editor

The Arts

Street address

Entertainment Editor

Motion pictures

E-mail

Features Editor

Lifestyle

E-mail

Book Review Editor

The Arts

E-mail

Beauty Editor

Fashion

E-mail

Reporter

Computers

E-mail

Deputy Style Editor

National news

E-mail

Arts and Entertainment Editor

Lifestyle

E-mail

Lead Writer, Home & Garden

Home interest

E-mail

Deputy Business Editor

Business

E-mail

Consumer Editor

Sports (General)

E-mail

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Fishing and Hunting Writer

Sports (General)

E-mail

Staff Writer

Lifestyle

Fax

Food Critic

Features Writer

Catering, food, beverages and tobacco - other The Arts

E-mail

Fax

Consumer Reporter

Lifestyle

E-mail

Assistant Managing Editor/Festures

Lifestyle

E-mail

Staff Writer

Fashion

E-mail

Music Critic

The Arts

E-mail

Special Sections Manager

Lifestyle

E-mail

Section Editor

Lifestyle

E-mail

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Music Editor

The Arts

E-mail

Planning Editor/Life Section

Lifestyle

E-mail

Special Sections Editor

Lifestyle

E-mail

Features Editor

Lifestyle

Street address

Assistant Food Editor

Catering, food, beverages and tobacco - other

E-mail

Home Editor

Home interest

E-mail

Music Reviewer / Assistant

The Arts

E-mail

Deputy Editor

Youth interest

Fax

Associate Editor

Men's fashion

E-mail

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Lifestyle & Food Editor

Lifestyle

E-mail

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PitchingTips

Likes to produce 'How to' segments, fashion spots, and cooking. She's looking for things that get Regis and Kelly out of the chair and getting their hands on something. She needs a VHS or DVD of your client doing what they would do on the show. "If they've done other shows like GMA or the View, that's helpful," she says, but even a local show in another market will work as long as she can see how they work in front of a camera. "If they're a regular on Tony Danza, we probably won't take them. It's too close to our audience." Produces cooking coverage for the Sat. Early Show. Segments are consumer-oriented and of national significance. Park dislikes phone and E-mail contact, as it is hard to "visualize" the pitch. Prefers mail or fax. Covers entertainment--celebs, movies, TV, music, books and games. He says of his interaction with PR pros, "the best folks get me the info without a fuss and ahead of time and let me make decisions on what to cover. Hard selling usually is an indication that the product is not great. Not always, but often."

Produces "Fox and Friends." Accepts pitches for story ideas, but not guests.

Was formerly Northwest Night Editor and Computer Columnist--now writes on a freelance basis. Covers computer/technology news as well as software/hardware reviews. Pitch her "computer/technology-related stories, especially on new products and innovations. Those related to Northwest AR are of particular interest. Outdoors software is also of interest." Wants to see more stories about consumer software/hardware and games, and fewer stories about financial news and investment PR. Does not feature books or authors. Contact Jones Tue., Wed. and Fri., 3-8 p.m., CST. Send press releases, press kits and products. (Pron. "wide ner") Widner oversees the Tuesday and Thursday "Style" section. "As in lifestyle, not fashion," he explains. "There's an element of entertainment and consumer reporting, and Arkansas angles are always number one." Recent coverage included a profile of a Japanese-American ukulele player. Widner suggests pitching editors first. Book pitches are welcome, but avoid those that would be better suited to the "Home and Garden" section. E-mail is the best way to get in touch with him, but he doesn't mind a follow-up call.

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(Pron. "CRY durr.") Pens "Crumbs," a weekly column offering "local restaurant news, odds and ends," information culled from wire reports, recipes and interviews with local celebrities. Pitch Crider a few weeks ahead and familiarize yourself with past columns prior to pitching her. Is Assistant Features Editor.

Covers new consumer technology products, including gadgets, video games, game hardware and mainstream software packages. "I'm looking for something a consumer might be interested in," Carter says, whether or not the product originates in the Birmingham area. Don't pitch specialized business or IT software. Write press releases "like a news story, and don't get flowery," he advises. Prefers E-mail with a clear subject line and links to high-res product photos on a website. Calls are best Tue. and Wed.

(Pron. "ON ti VARE ohs.") Is in charge of the Food section, deciding on the section's content, assigning all the stories for the section and participating in the cover-design process. "Nutrition, quick meals for busy people, and trendy foods that are showing up in restaurants are always topics of interest for me," she says. "Swap Shop," a recipe sharing column, is a great target for PR pros, though sometimes it takes weeks for a recipe to find its way into copy. "E-mail affords me the opportunity to look at the information and think about it later," explaining, "I hold onto releases to see if I can build a story using experts or recipes that might add to the particular piece I'm working on." Don't get too fancy, she warns. If the information is confusing she'll just move on to the next pitch. E-mail is also the best way to follow-up because, she admits "I'm horrible about calling people back." The section appears on Wednesdays. Is Senior Features Editor. Covers "interiors/design, fashion, style and leisure, entertaining." Advice: "Know the market and our products." Prefers phone or mail. Also edits Sunday Magazine. Covers new products for the "Good Eating" section, which is geared toward home cooks and their kitchens. Enna's "Off the Shelf" column tests "mostly new products, but also really distinctive items that I don't think our readers know about," she says. "We're interested in the home cook, but we will cover chefs, nutritionists and diet news--as long as the focus is on how to make good food at home." Emphasize value and bargains, ties to hot trends like organic or ethnic food, and great design: "I look for products that are designed with an eye to efficient storage combined with great function," she explains. Pitch by E-mail initially, but be prepared to send product samples upon request. Gwinn's stories focus on how technology affects the enduser's way of life. "I recently wrote an article on an online dating website called, meetup.com," he mentions. He would like to avoid any stories that have a business focus. Garner Gwinn's attention by sending an E-mail about a web service that is about to be launched, or an existing service that affects people in an unexpected way. Send independent statistics that back your claims. No phone calls.

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Is Food Writer. Covers food and recipes, trends, techniques and also travel. Writes in "Good Eating." Is Deputy Features Editor.

Davis says that she is "the entire food staff at the paper," so all food pitches run through her. She's interested in looking to localize trends in OH, but "that means something genuinely new; I'm not going to be interested in a new flavor of Rice Krispies." The section will cover new cooking products and trends, but restaurant reviews are run out of the entertainment section. Davis runs all cookbook reviews off of the wire. In addition to covering food products and recipes, she wants to hear about research studies on nutrition as well as news related to federal dietary guidelines, such as the USDA food pyramid. "I don't want any recipes from food companies," she says. "Just tell me that it's available in the area and I'll go and get it." Her major pet peeve: companies pitching products that are not available in OH. Prefers either press kits or e-mail. "Fax is really hit or miss," she says. Is Managing Editor - Features. Oversees the "Life," "Flip Side," "Arts," "Travel," "Weekender," "Food," "NOW!" and "Home and Garden" sections.

(Pron. "BAO ur.") Boer oversees the weekly food section, which includes food news and trends, local restaurant openings, closings, reviews and new food products. Send anything "foody, newsy and interesting," he says. Coverage spans all through the Bay Area; localize national trends and products. "Local is always better, but I'm not closeminded." Send materials by E-mail and attach photos and artwork as jpeg files. follow-up only if necessary. Oversees all special sections, including topics like the state fair and Christmas. Covers a wide variety of subjects, mostly on a seasonal basis. Uses a "blend of Oklahoman and national" coverage. Pitches must be "innovative, with good artwork in JPEG format if possible," says Gammill. Keep in mind his publication is family-oriented, with policies against "alcohol, sexual or any other questionable content." Welcomes stats with releases. He notes, "I know persistence is a virtue, but once you've [followed-up] three times, you've lost us--you can just forget about getting coverage." Is Business Reporter. Covers healthcare business and the biotech industry in Oklahoma City and statewide. A story needs a strong business angle and broad appeal to catch his attention. "I want to report on stuff that Ma and Pa Oklahoma or a general readership are going to be interested in," he says. He's particularly interested in VC funding of local biotech firms. He finds that clinical trial news, even involving local companies, can be "too inside-baseball" to warrant coverage. "If they have a trial that does well and they have a VC company that's looking at them and wanting to invest because of that, then I might be interested," he says. He also covers competition among local healthcare providers. He welcomes experts, including those from out of town. Stafford is not so enthusiastic about new programs or procedures being offered at local hospitals, though they might occasionally warrant a news brief. He's also not keen on hospital awards or rankings. Send info by e-mail. He discourages phone calls unless you have urgent local news. "I always want an Oklahoma connection with whatever you're sending me."

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Hayes edits the paper's monthly "F!DLUXE" magazine devoted to high-end fashion, home design and travel. "High-end isn't just about extremely expensive products," she says. "We do a lot of features about high quality accessories, boutiques and big home design. We also focus on green products and fine dining," she says. "Pitch something that deals with products made in and available in Dallas, but don't throw blanket pitches at me," she urges. Pitch three months in advance. Don't call. "I like getting pitches about home, garden, health, food, fitness and shopping," Okamoto explains. Although she writes about national trends, happenings and people in the North Texas area get first preference. When sending a release, brevity is key. "Ask the receptionist who the best contact is instead of calling me--sometimes people call me because I'm on a list and they don't know what I write about. And don't write the whole story for me," Okamoto warns. Additionally, don't send products without asking first. Instead, send an E-mail with a high-quality picture initially. "Then, if we're interested, we can contact you. A lot of products we get sent end up in shelters." Contact by E-mail only.

(Pron. "DAH nuh.") Coffield is Colorado Sunday Editor covering a wide range of topics. "I write about political life, food and consumer trends, home improvement, pets, travel and whatever other crazy thing I--or my editors--dream up," she says. Send all ideas and materials by e-mail.

Is also Test Kitchen Director. Pens a column on new gadgets and food items called "Check It Out." Is Features Writer. Also covers society and travel. If you don't have a local angle in your pitch, "give me a reason why it's [valid to our readers]." Avoid calling Wells--she prefers the tangibility of E-mail or fax, and no matter "how well your calls are timed I'm always on deadline for something." Books and authors are occasionally featured. (Pron. "Lou -shin.") Oversees the Lifestyles section and reads all stories before they hit the street. The weekly section Spotlight illuminates featured artists. Local entertainment is the thrust of her department's coverage, which includes "movies, gallery openings, dance and music," says Lucian. There is room for travel pitches, but in order for your feature to gain interest, you will "need to have a local angle." Pitch Lucian a celebrity before a scheduled arrival to Fresno. Mail your pitch, include photographs. No telephone pitches. Even more importantly, "send me feature stories, not metro news," she warns. Stay away from breaking news and give her time to elaborate on your story. Your pitch should be received no sooner than two weeks in advance of release or performance date.

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Is Food Columnist. Writes about food and local restaurants.

(Pron. "KEYS kow skee.") Is best contact for consumer health stories.

Covers music and general entertainment. Also pens "Gadget," a monthly consumer electronics column.

"The majority of our coverage is within Vegas," says Fertado. As the features editor, he oversees lifestyle, entertainment and fashion, and recommends that PR pros pitch him directly, as well as assistant editors and reporters if you know the correct beat. "If you call me, I'll generally refer you directly to the writers responsible for those areas." Don't Email him. The best way to contact him is by phone or snailmail. Is Senior Editor, Home Design. Also is editor for LA Times Magazine "West."

Is Tech Reporter. Writes about video games and consumer electronics for the paper.

Covers fashion and style, generally focusing on youth style. Also covers general features assignments.

Is Fashion and Beauty Writer.

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Writes a Q&A column about new technology, consumer gadgets and new product announcements. Interested in seeing "new and peculiar ways technology is being used. For example, a twist on an MP3 player or digital camera would be of interest," she says. The best pitches explore "where the humanitarian meets the technological." Biersdorfer is not interested in pitches about your current CEO or products that focus too heavily on business technology, such as enterprise software. "I'm not too well-versed in the highend tech stuff. I'd like to hear more consumer-oriented pitches with mom-and-pop appeal, but I can't really do a story on your sales database." Emphasizes that she has a good relationship with PR pros and is most open to pitches once she gets to know a particular person. Advises that she's "always interested in hearing what's going on out there, so go ahead and get in touch." E-mail a press release with statistics, if relevant.

Fax or mail info first, then follow-up with a call.

Is Contract Food Columnist. Covers "any food topic; I do a weekly column, 'A la Carter,' [and] I also review restaurants in Queens and occasionally NYC." Send her trends in the food industry that go beyond your client. Seeks "offbeat, bright, hard-hitting news, anything and everything," she says. "Think bigger and wackier," she hints. Calls are best Wed.-Fri., 4-6 p.m. Prefers to be contacted "in this order: mail, phone, fax, e-mail." Pet peeve: "Don't insist on gifts; unless they are totally insignificant, we can't accept them and must think of how to return them or send them to orphanages and old age homes. That is a burden. We might accept a new product to test or feature, but that's different." Also does some travel writing. Oversees lifestyles, home, fitness and general features.

(Pron. "THIM.") Writes features for the Wed. Food section, covering all topics related to food and restaurants. Also writes features on family events, fashion, and assorted other topics. E-mail, phone, or mail are acceptable. E-mail attachments cannot always be opened. Works on a two-week minimum lead time. A month is much better.

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Special Sections Editor. Covers special sections and lifestyle topics like real estate, weddings and seniors. Send Karol "features on products that have a local angle." Karol suggests: "Send information two months earlier than my publication dates. I prefer slides in color. Send digital images only if they are scanned as TIFFs at high resolution and an image size no greater than four inches in either direction." The best time to contact Karol is on Fri., 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Covers teenage fashion and consumer trends.

General Assignment Reporter.

Covers restaurants and food gadgets. "It's best to send us an image of the product first-that way if we're interested we can contact you. High-resolution JPEGS are best." The health section focuses on fitness, nutrition and what she describes as "consumer medicine." She welcomes news about diet and fitness trends, noting, "Obesity is a major problem here." You can also send her books, exercise DVDs and samples of innovative new OTC remedies, such as Excedrin tablets that melt in your mouth. "We can take a photo of it, and we can test it," she notes. Although she welcomes legitimate research studies backed by universities or other research institutions, she's leery of companysponsored surveys. "Pittsburgh is a major transplant center," she adds. "A lot of our stories either come out of research done here in Pittsburgh, or we can localize national stories here." But stories focused on medical research should be pitched to the Science Editor. Send all health-related press releases to the general E-mail address. Mail press kits, books, DVDs and product samples to 34 Boulevard of the Allies, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. Morning is the best time to call, but do so with discretion. "Covers music, politics and all things in between." He would like to see more "thoughtful black popular culture" stories from pros, less "technology pitches, electronic products and crappy stuff." Avoid "guilt-tripping and presumptions." He would like to receive a press release, press kit, query, book and author stories via mail or e-mail. If you must call, he can be reached Tue. and Fri., after 4 p.m.

(Pron. "pap in OWW.")

Covers home and garden. Is best contact for home product pitches.

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(pron. "coat-EE") Oversees coverage of women's issues, health and fitness, fashion, travel, garden, home decorating and food. Avoid sending new product releases. Mail press releases and color art. Send her any book, unless the subject matter is lifestyle, self-help or religion.

Is Book Review Editor. Fiction, contemporary issues, and history are key genres. Mail, email, or fax a review copy, press release, press kit, or backgrounder--no calls. Avoid sending self-help books, and "don't call to ask if I've received something," he says. Edits InStyle section. Covers "fashion, beauty, cosmetics, etc."

Is Personal Technology Editor. Pens 5 Questions, which features five quick questions with local people. Would like to interview "local people with a personal technology connection." Some examples of people he'd like to talk to are business people operating a technology-based company, people who use technology in the workplace, or people for whom technology is a vital part of their lives. He says, "I am deluged with press releases. Please do not send earnings statements, deals, or typical technology-business news. I don't cover technology as a business." Pitch consumer-based news, such as "new Internet search engines and personal technology trends." Do not pitch products, he says, because "we rarely cover a single product." (Pron. "ah na STAH zee ah.") Is Deputy Living Editor.

Casto is Assistant Features Editor for the Home & Garden, Family and Religion sections.

Is Home and Garden Lead Writer.

(Pron. "la VECK.") Is consumer team editor.

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Is an outdoors writer. "The majority of my coverage is fishing," he explains. "We'll do a snow sports section usually in early November," which covers mostly skiing. He is most open to product pitches in the fall as he prepares for the holiday season. "I do a story leading up to Christmas that's aimed at holiday shoppers." He describes it as a general product roundup, for which he's open to hearing about any gear that relates to the outdoors. He also does a few book reviews each year about any compelling outdoor subject. "We try to do a wide variety," he says. Though he does specify that in his coverage he tends to "key in on Northwest area--anywhere from AK to OR, MT, WA, ID, and Canada." He will look at that region only when it comes to travel destinations. If pitching him, consider that there needs to be a variety of activities in the area. "We won't just look at one resort," he says. "We want destination spots. For example, we did a piece on fishing in Nootka Sound, off Vancouver island." (Pron. "i SAW moo.") Covers general assignments for the Features Department, including pop music. Covers casual dining in the St. Louis area. Also reviews new products, such as a new wine produced by Trader Joe's. Is Feature Writer. Covers film, arts and entertainment. Reviews DVD's.

Covers shopping, fashion, new products, trends and local consumer events. "It always helps if you contextualize your pitch in some way," says Kaplan. "For example, if you can convince me that your product is part of a new trend, this can help." Tying-in a local angle too may also help your pitch get ink. "Also, be aware that lead time should be at least two weeks--particularly in the case of an event," she says. Contact by E-mail or regular mail. Include graphics in your release or a product sample if appropriate. Her final advice to pros: "please do not make a follow-up call just to see if I received your kit." Oversees features and entertainment.

Covers a multitude of subjects for the paper. In addition to fashion and beauty, Cabrera also writes about minority issues with a special interest in Hispanic affairs. Covers "pop music in the broadest sense, i.e., everything--folk to industrial, jazz to country--that's not classical," he explains. Calls are best Mon.-Wed., 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Avoid the "this-band-is-the-next-big-thing" pitch.

Parrish edits the "Scene" section that is published daily except Friday when the "Spot" entertainment pages arrive. "We are interested in anything and everything about fashion, food, families, home and entertainment. We recently took a pitch on the 20th anniversary of 'Cooking Light' and turned it into a feature," she says. "The ‘Spot' section is intensely local unless there is a nationally known performer coming to town. Indicate the topic of the pitch in the subject line and keep it short, about two pages is sufficient," she adds. Pitch a couple of weeks in advance.

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Covers pop music, including Billboard charts and music awards.

(Pron. "SAH muh.") "As a planning editor, I'm looking for anything that indicates a trend," she explains. "I'm not particularly interested in products." Her core beats are education, books, health, medicine, and religion. She isn't interested in hearing about events--she wants you to show her the larger picture. She doesn't mind being pitched directly by mail, but she adds that you can pitch reporters simultaneously because they often like to generate their own stories. Send materials as far in advance as possible; nothing is too soon. And do not call to follow up. If you send something in the mail, she will see it.

Is Assistant Food Editor.

Oversees the "Washington Home" section. Elving likes PR pros who tie in product pitches with larger issues. "Anything that goes beyond the just-go-buy-this angle, we really go for," she says. "I want to be able to tell readers about products, trends and services that can actually make a difference in their lives." She covers just about anything related to the home as well as environmental issues relevant to the home. One topic that doesn't work is food. "We don't do cooking," says Elving. "Although, we do cover kitchen stuff, such as cookware and appliances." Local connections are helpful. She likes pitches related to the major holidays, but not too far in advance. "Timing is very important," says Elving. "I sometimes get stuff for Christmas in July, and they go right in the wastebasket." Avoid pitching the "national 'something' weeks." Allow for a comfortable lead time of two or three weeks.

(pron. "too-ZEE-yawn") Is Deputy Editor for "Kid's Post" (Kid's Page).

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Disenbacher oversees content relating to self-help, family, food, seniors, consumers, religion, fashion, pets, home and garden, hobby, health, fitness and nutrition on a national and international level. PR people help her best with info for the service's annual gift guide. Sending her press materials will help you "put information on the radar," she says. "The more photos, the more likely you can get on the wire," she adds. New products are also helpful. Releases should be no longer than two paragraphs with as many JPEG images as possible.

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Gift Guide Notes A contact in Baumgart office says she's not sure if she's doing a holiday segment "but you can check back." "Yes, you can send it to Patrick (meaning gift queries)," says a staffer.

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"We don't usually encourage people to send products unless we ask for them as part of a special show," says the receptionist. "We don't like to advertising for companies. But if we're producing a special segment on products, Dolores Jackson would be a person to contact. Another person would be MaryAnn Sabol."

A staffer at the assignment desk says that Park might be a good contact for holiday pitches.

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They will be doing a gift guide and featuring movies, music, books and games. The deadline is the end of October.

"Jonathan is the contact for the gift guide," explains a staffer at the show.

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"It's too far out to know right now," says an unnamed producer about holiday gift segments, "but I'm sure we'll do one." Stacy Sullivan, Editor, says to send all gift guide queries to Frank. "We're looking for entertainment and tech things," he says. The front desk says that Phillips might be doing a tech round-up for the holidays.

Business Editor John Weathersley says that Jones might be a good contact for the gift guide. (479) 770-8481

"We don't publish a gift guide in terms that it's a 'stand-alone' guide. In other words, some 501-378columnists may decide that they're going to write about something they think is interesting but 3536 there's not a formal 'guide,' Widner explains. GG

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"We don't do an official guide per se, what we do is gift pages," Rhone explains. Gift page themes--besides Christmas--have included gifts for Thanksgiving and for women diagnosed with breast cancer. She suggests getting queries in by late October. Crider says they will be profiling holiday gift ideas and food throughout December. Lead time is 6-8 weeks in advance. 512-4453656

Brooks says that she's still not sure if they're doing a gift guide--"If we do, the deadline will be (205) end of October, the 1st of November." 325-2441 Is reviewing video games for the gift guide--he says the rest of the content will probably be pulled off the wires. The guide will come out around the end of November so get games to him in early November. 205-3253419

Wilkerson says that he believes they'll be doing a gift guide and the deadline is November 1st. 704-3585903 Editor Avis Weathersbee recommends sending queries to Ontiveros. "Although we don't do a 312-321formal gift guide--that's usually an ad pull-out--she might be interested in products." Not sure 2132 when lead time would be.

A contact at Sunday Magazine says that although Butler is out of the office (as of 10/9) but would be the best contact for the magazine. "I think they are doing a gift guide," he says. Robin Jenkins says that Enna is looking for products for the gift guide. The deadline is the middle of November.

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The business desk says that Gwinn is probably doing a tech gift guide and/or round-up.

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"We're thinking artisan type-gifts this year," says Jenkins. Pitch her things like special olive oil, etc. Her colleague, Renee Enna is looking for kitchen/food products and gadgets. Get releases/materials to Jenkins and Enna by the middle of November. "We haven't done a holiday gift guide in 20 years but we write about products all the time," explains Haas. When pitching a holiday product, make sure you get it to her, "sometime in mid-December." A staffer at the news desk says that she thinks Davis is doing a food gift guide.

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Plageman says that the deadline will probably be around November 10th. "We're looking for all different things--books, CD's, new fangled things," she explains. "What we do is focus on a different thing for each day of the week--one day it might be books, the next day games, etc. We also try to gear it towards the type of person like teens and kids." Food, Travel and Home & Garden have their own GG. Boer says he'll probably be highlighting fun food products for the holidays. Send products "as soon as you can." (As of 10/2.)

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A staffer in features recommends contacting Gammill for the holiday gift guide. "I know he's usually the person who puts them together," she says.

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"I'm looking for the hottest gift gadgets of the year--one year we polled political leaders about what gadgets they liked and another year we did the 12 days of Xmas with different gadgets for each day. We're still trying to decide how we're going to do this year," he says. A rough deadline is around the first of December.

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510-3537008 They are looking for fashion with a local hook. "Because we feel like we compete with national fashion magazines, were looking for gifts that are available in the Dallas area." Stylish fashions from local Dallas designers win points. They're photographing things now so get your query in by the last week of October. 214-9778202

Okamoto says that different departments are going to be profiling different products/ideas 214-977and they all have their own deadline but says that most people have their plans by mid8986 October. "You should also contact Mary Dunklin, the Healthy Living editor and the food/section editor Cathy Barber," she suggests. Since she is the Online editor, Okamoto has a very short lead time. She says that although she's not sure on what they're covering, 'green' products are always welcomed.

"I think our gift guide this year will be 'virtuous gifts,' " explains Phelps. "In other words, products that give money to charitable causes with purchase. I’m not sure of our deadline but we do work 3 to 4 weeks ahead. " A contact in the newsroom says that Post is responsible for the gift guide. Not sure of 937-225deadline. 2441 Coffield states that while they don't do a formal gift guide, they do put out occasional shopping features. "'Fitness', 'Home,' and 'Lifestyle' will all have things about gifts," she says. " Although we're not formally doing a guide, I do like to get queries to see what kinds of new things are out there. We're always looking for what's cool and hip." The front desk says that Peterson would be the person to contact. "I'm pretty sure that we're doing one and he would be the person to contact." Selasky says that if they do run a guide, it will probably be in late November. "And we would be focusing only on things that are made in Michigan," she adds. Not sure of deadline-"nothing is set in stone right now." "I assume we will be publishing one, we usually do have one out after Thanksgiving," she says. She suggests that people send in releases and queries "mid October." (303) 954-1954

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Assistant Anita says that although they don't do a formal gift guide, they do look for whatever's "new and crazy--sometimes it's board games and a few years ago it was the Xbox." End of October is the deadline.

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Obra thinks she will doing a cookbook round-up but isn't sure when the deadline is.

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A contact in editorial says they'll be doing a "round-up of locally made crafts." The deadline is 808-525mid-October. 8034 A reporter in the Features department says that although they don't run an official editorial gift guide, Glentzer will be featuring different products in the Sunday "Star" section beginning in mid-November. "I would try to have a conversation with Molly around that time to see what she's looking for," the staffer advises. "We're going to be focusing on things that are locally made instead of things from the big chain stores," says Dolan. She recommends sending items in early November. "You should send queries to Mary Shustack at mshustac@lohud.com." "I do a holiday guide in the music section--it's kind of a round-up of the best box-sets and videos," Bledsoe explains. "I always write about consumer electronics for my business column--it's kind of a way to lighten things up. I look for stuff that I would have fun with," he says. He says that his column comes out in the second Sunday of December and that it's best to send him releases--especially if there's a product involved--three weeks prior. Fertado says that although they're not doing a gift guide, they'll be focusing on a "variety of stuff sometime in early December." Isn't sure when the deadline is.

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The editorial contact says that the only section of the LA Times that will be doing a gift guide is the magazine section and that Thornburg is the contact. Thornberg confirms that they will be doing a gift guide. Send queries in mid Oct. An aide to Robinson says that although she's "pretty sure" they will be doing a gift guide, she's sure when the deadline is. She recommends getting queries in to Robinson "as soon as possible." "It's not limited to just tech things--it would be tech or business things that you would give your boss or colleague," says Carey. Last year one of the gifts they highlighted was a shredder from Staples. Besides practical itesm, they're always looking for "quirky and interesting things--something special." Get queries in no later than the end of October. Wexler will be doing a gift guide and she's looking for fashion and beauty ideas. Deadline is early November. A staffer at the features desk confirms that Mike Hirsch is the best contact to send queries regarding the holiday gift guide.

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A contact in the business department says that they're not sure if they're doing a gift guide in the tech section but says if they were that Biersdorfer would be the person to query.

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Trish Hall, Editor of the Home and Real Estate section, says that Home will probably be doing a gift guide and that Dekay will oversee it. A contact at the features desk suggests contacting Hawgood for gift guide coverage. She's not sure when the exact deadline is but recommends mailing queries and materials in the first week of November. Front desk recommends Ogburn as the contact for the holiday GG. .

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Ladd confirms that she is the best contact regarding holiday gift guides. "We are going to be doing on this year and the deadline is probably late November/Early December," she says. Not focusing on anything in particular so far. Carter says that she may be doing a gift guide. "Here's what I would not like to see: no gift baskets." Instread, pitch her high end stoves and products like organic maple sugar. She says her deadline is "the second or third week of November."

Assistant Managing Editor recommends contacting Schuler regarding the GG. "We haven't 631-843really thought much about what we're going to be covering but we're probably going to be 2939 focusing on gifts and products from local Long Island stores," she says. She suggests calling back in mid-October when they've come up with a definite outline for coverage. " Yes, I am doing a gift guide -- with a twist. I'm doing kitchen gadgets, both the useful and the why-would-anyone even-want-this kind of gadgets. It's meant to be fun, and of some use to our readers. For example, one item that's in the lineup is the toaster that has an egg poacher on the side. Ridiculous, you say? Well, some people just think it's the coolest thing. The tea bag squisher might make it. The reality is that one man's treasure is another man's junk, so it's a win-win, we figure. If you have any such items you think might make the cut, tell me about them first and I'll let you know if I want a sample. Thanks for asking!" 510-3537008

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'We will definitely be doing a gift guide and the deadline is October 1st or the soonest Monday after," Karol says. The theme this year is "Holiday by the Numbers" in which groups of things will be paired together--"it's very open-ended at this point," she explains. Additionally, retailers are invited to send in their ideas and if it works with the theme, they'll run the product. "I do have one caveat," Karol warns, "if the item can't be found in a local store, we won't run it." Patteson says that they're not sure if they're going to be doing a gift guide but she says that people are welcomed to send things and she'll hold it in case they do. Deadline would be in early November. Janis says they don't really do an official gift guide although they will write about holiday gifts. "We'll write about something that catches our attention like something that's unique or 'hot,' " she says. "Since different sections are going to be doing different things--like food is doing something different than we'll be doing--there isn't one particular deadline," she explains. GG Batz says they will be definitely be doing a gift guide but they're still not sure what they're going to be specifically looking for and when the deadline is.

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Entertainment Editor Monica Haynes says that Linn is the best contact for receiving gift guide 412-263queries. Not sure when the deadline is. 1662

Norman does a gift guide around Thanksgiving--get stuff to him at least a "day or two before." He says he looking for "books, music, whatever catches my fancy."

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Brenda Junkin, reporter at the Plain Dealer who is doing a food gift guide, says Crow is doing 216-999a Style gift guide. 4046 "There is a gift guide. The paper will do one for a week, 5 days, then no more. But I'm not 216-999sure the dates. Kim Crow, kcrow@plaind.com will be doing style. I'm working on kitchen 4541 home, gifts." A contact in the features deptartment says that they will be doing a "Seasons" guide. "It ext 203 comes out Dec. 7th and you would probably want to get everything in by Nov. 30th," she explains. Papineau is the best contact. Clissa Young says that either Barnes or Julie Young would be the best contact for the holiday gift guide. Section Editor Clissa England isn't sure if they're going to gave an editorial gift guide or not. "If we are doing one, Julie Young or Lee Barnes would be doing it. I would query them." 804-6496732

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The features desk recommends sending holiday queries to Cote.

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Thorn says that she will be profiling coffee table books and gift books--she'll also be highlighting some of the best books of 2007. "There will be about ten or so that we think are really outstanding--it's kind of an end-of-the-year wrap up of books that we've liked in the past year," she explains. The deadline to send her books will be around Oct. 15th and the guide will run December 1st. A staffer in the features department says she thinks they're doing some sort of guide and suggests Blomster as the best contact. Wormsley says they're doing a gift guide and the deadline is the end of September. "So far, we're focusing on three things, " she says. One of the things is handmade items that can be purchased in local stores. "Another thing we're focusing on is 'green' items --and one more thing is gifts that support people--like we're going to be writing about handmade bracelets by women in Darfur." Salm says he is going to be profiling gifts for the holidays and says the deadline will probably be "the first or second week of November." Pitch him glossy "coffee table books" and books about art and photography. The Metro Desk confirms that Shroder is the right person for sending queries regarding holiday gift guide coverage. "There's only one person in that department and she would be it," she says. A business reporter recommends Jonathan Sidener as the best contact for consumer technology for the holiday gift guide.

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Alison Biggar, Editor, says she's not sure if they are going to be doing a gift guide this year this year but if they are, Hendrix will probably be overseeing it. . Casto says that they probably will be doing one but she's not sure of the date. 'I'm thinking it will probably come out in late-November so the deadline would probably be late October," she says. "Yes, she's the best person to send anything related to home and garden," says the woman at the front desk. A contact in the business/tech department says that for gift guide tech info, Trousdale is the best contract.

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"We're not really going to be running a gift guide--instead what we're going to do is every day 206-448in December we're going to be featuring different gifts," he explains. He suggests sending 8330 queries: "early to mid-December." He's open to ideas: "the gifts will run the gamut and I'll be looking at any and all ideas."

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"Yes, I do a Christmas Gift Guide that runs right around Thanksgiving, and is geared towards 206-464the outdoors enthusiasts," says Yuasa. "If you'd like to send me any products to be 8780 photographed and or tested then returned to you I would need it by the end of this month or early November."

"I'm not sure if we are doing one or not--I haven't thought that far ahead yet, " says Isamu. Is open to queries though.

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Bonwich is looking specifically for "locally produced food items--something you won't find in 314-340the big box stores like Wal-Mart." He says he's also looking for interesting gadgets. Make 8133 sure to get materials to him no later than November 16th. "We are going to have a variety of gift guides at a date yet to be determined," says Holleman. 314-3408254 Kaplan says that although the paper isn't doing an official gift guide, they will be writing about gifts that they think are interesting. "I'll probably be looking at ideas up to the second week of December," she says. 651-2285116

Olds says that although they haven't yet had a meeting to decide what they're going to focus 973-392on, she says that there are general categories that they always highlight: family, home, food, 4026 arts, and consumer tech. "And we're also going to be doing high-end luxury items," she adds. Deadline is November 1st. The receptionist says she's the fashion point-of-contact for gift guide coverage. 813-2597656 "I do a holiday music round-up and then I also do the best gift sets of the year," says Haymes. He says that the deadline is November 9th. The features desk says that Andrews is the correct contact for gift guide coverage. "Not sure when the deadline is but we will start to look at ideas around October 1st. " Parrish says that different departments will be writing different stories. She says she'll be focusing on beauty. Is not sure yet what she'll be writing about, send her queries by the first week of December. 518-4545742 504-8263867 (918) 581-8318

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"We’re planning a holiday music roundup of some sort in December, but haven’t settled on a theme yet." Kim Willis, Features Editor, is on temporary assignment. In her absence, she recommends sending all holiday gift queries to Sama. MB .

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A woman in the features department says that Pruitt is the one to contact for the holiday gift guide. . Roberta Thisdel Vowell recommends contacting Thiel. "I'm not sure if we are doing a gift guide but if we are doing one, Thiel would be the one putting it together. Vowell says that she's not sure when the deadline is exactly but she suggests getting things to Thiel by midNovember. "I know the tech department is doing something and the online version of the Post is doing something as well --and possibly 'Sunday Source' but I don't know when their deadline is--we don't have a 'guide' per se, but we do a sort of round-up of ideas." She says that the deadline for the food section is around Nov 1st. She adds that they're especially looking for food and books with a healthy focus. An assistant for Elving says that they will be doing a gift guide and the deadline will be "sometime after Thanksgiving--we really haven't it given it that much thought yet."

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He says that although he doesn't having planned, you can send him materials to his email address. "We do a big toy test every year," says Tousignant. "What we do is we have ten classrooms test the toys--this is in the D.C. area including Maryland and Virginia--and we send a questionaire along with the toys so the kids can review them. We don't open the boxes--we let the kids do that so they can tell us what problems they had with the packaging." She says that they are looking for toys for kids between the ages of 8-13. She stresses that they are looking for "actual toys that kids like to play with." Do not send dolls, fashion, or collectables. Send toys in early October so they can be shipped out by the end of October. "Indeed we are," says Underwood of plans to do a holiday gift guide. "No firm deadline yet, though I know we're trying to run it in the week or so before Thanksgiving, so we'll probably start wrapping up toward the end of the month. No particular trends or products in mind, so I'm happy to look at whatever releases you can send over." Send him ideas for men's fashion, gadgets, music, tech stuff, etc. 202-3344369

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Denny isn't sure if they are going to be doing a gift guide but says "there may be an opportunity." Deadline is November 1st.

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Staff Address

Staff City

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Program/Bureau Address 147 Columbus Avenue3rd Floor

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Media City New York

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91521-0001

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Coverage News and information about current political and social events and world happenings. The site also has a section fed from thestreet.com, which provides business and financial news and information. News and information about current political and social events and world happenings. The site also has a section fed from thestreet.com, which provides business and financial news and information.

Covers entertainment news.

Covers AZ and the Southwest.

Covers AZ and the Southwest.

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"People, activities and events in Hayward, Fairview, San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Ashland, Cherryland and Castro Valley."

Coverage includes the three-county, metropolitan Detroit area, plus news from across the state.

Covers the Southern Central Valley from Merced to Bakersfield, as well as the foothills of the Sierra Nevada.

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Covers the Southern Central Valley from Merced to Bakersfield, as well as the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. General interest daily newspaper serving Honolulu, the island of Oahu and all of the state.

Publishes 10 papers in Westchester County, Rockland and Putnam.

Provides Southern Californians with general interest news coverage, on an increasingly national level. Separate editions cover Orange County, San Fernando Valley and Ventura County. (See separate listings for regional editorial staff.)

Local, national and international news.

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Covers international, national and NYC news. The daily also gives extensive coverage to sports, lifestyle, science and business news.

Covers international, national and NYC news. The daily also gives extensive coverage to sports, lifestyle, science and business news. Covers international, national and NYC news. The daily also gives extensive coverage to sports, lifestyle, science and business news. Eastern and Central NC.

Coverage and distribution from Richmond to San Leandro. The Oakland Tribune is the flagship of the Alameda Newspaper Group, a regional chain of six papers.

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Covers news from Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Lake, Volusia and Brevard counties.

All of RI.

Richmond and surrounding area.

Richmond and surrounding area.

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The paper has an alternate address of: 400 W Colfax Ave. with the same city, state and ZIP. This is the exact same location. They just have two different addresses. When contacting the Rocky Mountain News through the main number, be sure to specify you wi The paper has an alternate address of: 400 W Colfax Ave. with the same city, state and ZIP. This is the exact same location. They just have two different addresses. When contacting the Rocky Mountain News through the main number, be sure to specify you wi

San Diego County.

San Diego County.

San Diego County.

Covers the San Francisco Bay Area.

Focuses on Silicon Valley business and news, but circulation ranges all over the Bay Area.

Focuses on Silicon Valley business and news, but circulation ranges all over the Bay Area.

Focuses on Silicon Valley business and news, but circulation ranges all over the Bay Area.

Serves the Northwest region with national and local news, business and lifestyles.

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Serves Northwestern WA state with regional news coverage.

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The newspaper carries national and international business news over the news wires. The daily also targets a lay audience. The paper tries to "write stories that appeal to a non-shirt-and-tie, consumer-oriented readership." The newspaper carries national and international business news over the news wires. The daily also targets a lay audience. The paper tries to "write stories that appeal to a non-shirt-and-tie, consumer-oriented readership."

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Distributes stories from Knight Ridder and Tribune newspapers. Does not produce news stories; prints only stories from papers.

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Deadlines

4 p.m. daily for non-breaking news. One-week lead for travel features.

4 p.m. daily for non-breaking news. One-week lead for travel features.

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Unless it involves a breaking story for tomorrow's paper, don't call after the 2 p.m. deadline. Do not call to confirm the receipt of faxes unless it is a breaking story. Do not send multiple copies of a fax. Keep follow-up calls to a minimum.

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Varies by department.

Two weeks lead.

Two weeks lead.

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News releases must be submitted approximately two weeks in advance.

Early afternoon for publication the following day.

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2 p.m. for next-day publication.

11 p.m. for breaking news, or 5 p.m. for other news; Wed. of the week before publication for agenda items or executive promotions features in the Mon. Business section.

11 p.m. for breaking news, or 5 p.m. for other news; Wed. of the week before publication for agenda items or executive promotions features in the Mon. Business section.

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For local news events, send a release one week in advance. Business and technology: two weeks in advance. Health, science and technology: one week in advance (Discovery deadline is every Tue.). Features and Weekend Guide: two weeks in advance. School spor

For local news events, send a release one week in advance. Business and technology: two weeks in advance. Health, science and technology: one week in advance (Discovery deadline is every Tue.). Features and Weekend Guide: two weeks in advance. School spor Daily. Calls are OK in the morning; worst time is after 3 p.m.

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Editorial submissions should be about 800 words long. Fax or email copy.

Differs by section; earlier (one to two weeks) is better.

Differs by section; earlier (one to two weeks) is better.

Mon. noon.

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5 p.m. (morning business section); 1 p.m. (evening business section). When mailing, notate the person/department on envelope's lower left corner. 5 p.m. (morning business section); 1 p.m. (evening business section). When mailing, notate the person/department on envelope's lower left corner. 5 p.m. (morning business section); 1 p.m. (evening business section). When mailing, notate the person/department on envelope's lower left corner.

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Daily deadline is 10:30 p.m.

Daily deadline is 10:30 p.m.

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TypicalConsumer

Targets all AZ residents.

Targets all AZ residents.

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General audience.

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89% female, half between the ages of 25-54, half 55 years and older.

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