LONG ISLAND, NY – Primetime TV and radio host, keynote speaker, best-selling author and business celebrity Jeffrey Hayzlett, you may remember him from three seasons on NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice, will moderate a breakout session on how media companies will regain the trust of the public. America’s Got Talent’s Christian Guardino kicks off the event with the National Anthem. Speakers from Newsweek-The Daily Beast, CBS News, Wall Street Journal, amNewYork, Newsday, WCBS Newsradio 880, Associated Press and many more will be in attendance at what is said to be the premier conference designed to bring the media and community together for a day of open dialogue, mutual understanding, and the importance of speaking truth to power.
“The News Conference: Real & Powerful“ takes you inside the news and its happening on December 5th at the Garden City Hotel in Garden City Long Island, as Fair Media Council presents one of the most notable media conferences in the country. Roughly 60 A-List speakers are participating and turning the day into the ultimate networking experience for the community to meet decision makers from Newsweek, CBS News, Wall Street Journal, The Associated Press, Bloomberg, 1010WINS, News12, Newsday, NBC New York, WCBS Newsradio 880, WNYW/FOX5, PIX11, amNewYork, The Daily Beast, The Trace, 77 WABC Radio, Long Island Business News, WNET, WLIW, among many more.
A special media relations intensive workshop is offered for nonprofits in the afternoon session. The workshop and lunch for qualifying nonprofits is only $99. Tickets are on sale now for all day access, breakfast only and lunch only. Tickets may be bought online at www.fairmediacouncil.org. Questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
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