While President Donald Trump continues to spar with news agencies about White House coverage, PR Newswire has a massive collection of releases to help fill out stories.
Hundreds of news releases cross the newswire each day, discussing everything from the president’s agenda to folks who support his work – and others who don’t.
No matter your political leanings, covering the White House is part of the business.
Remember that Air Force One contract that hit a major snag in December? Boeing issued a statement.
Here are some of the headlines that recently crossed PR Newswire.
- New Study Shows Majority of Americans Still Suffer From Election Results Anxiety as President’s 100th Day Draws Near
- U.S. Vice President Mike Pence meets with Alaska Gasline Development Corporation
- Statement by Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, President of National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC), Regarding President Trump’s Decision to Return Power to States to Withhold Federal Funds from Abortion Providers
- Don’t Want to be an American Idiot: More than Half of Americans Feel More Informed Due to Recent Political Events
- Toyota announces record $1.33 billion investment in Kentucky plant
- Family Research Council Congratulates Neil Gorsuch on His Confirmation to the Supreme Court
- Trump Administration Raises Banker Hopes Despite Potential Headwinds
How does it work?
1. Visit PR Newswire for Journalists.
If you already are a member of PR Newswire for Journalists, log in at the top right of the landing page. Go to My PR Newswire and select “Create New Profile.”
If you’re new to these parts, hit the green button in the center of the page that says Get Started Now.
Fill in the registration form and go directly to your “My PR Newswire” tab and Create New Profile.
2. Create a news profile for Policy & Government News.
After selecting “Create New Profile,” name your newsfeed.
Under Delivery Options, make sure you select “yes” beside your email address, where it asks, “Link address to this profile?” Then, select your preferred email schedule (real time or daily), type of email (full release, abstract, or headline only) and format (HTML or plain text).
3. Create a newsfeed by keyword(s).
You’ll then land in the customization dashboard, which will allow you to edit the type of news you seek. For a similar feed to the above headlines, search for keyword “Trump.”
4. Or, you can select your subjects.
If you want to see policy-related news from all sources, scroll down to Subjects on the right-hand side of the page.
Select from an assortment of policy subjects, including Domestic Policy, Environmental Policy, Federal and State Legislation, Federal Executive Branch/Agency News, Foreign Policy/International Affairs, Trade Policy, and US State Policy News.
You can select as few or as many subjects as you wish. Hit Save & View at the bottom.
4. OK, Sign Me Up
If at any point you need assistance, we’re here to help.
Covering the organizations and subjects you wish to keep tabs on shouldn’t be difficult.
Feel free to reach out to PR Newswire’s audience relations team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ll get you connected with the news you want on the schedule you prefer.