Send your news release to relevant journalists and influencers around Australia, including TV & radio stations, major newspapers. We’ll get your news to relevant journalists, wherever they are in Australia.
This is just a selection of the outlets in our list. We can't guarantee your release will go to any or all of them, but it gives an indication as to the range of journalists and newsrooms we can send press releases to.
Search engine indexing, hyper-targeted distribution, cross-platform promotion & more – lots of extras are included to make sure your news release gets the best possible promotion.
If you have news to share in Australia, we’ll send your press release.
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2. Acceptable content
You agree to only submit content that might be classified as a “news announcement”. That is: it is a new event or statement related to the company or organisation that the release is being submitted under. You agree not to use Get The Word Out to distribute how-to articles, generally-information articles, whitepapers, or opinions. You must not submit content that infringes on copyright or the proprietary rights of a third party, or is unlawful or offensive. Releases must adhere to professional standards and may be deleted if they do not. You acknowledge that we reserve the right to edit your release's headline, subject and body text to ensure it is appropriate, relevant and suitable for the purpose.
You agree to submit content only on behalf of the organisation that the release is being submitted under. Content that may be considered misleading in terms of who the material is being submitted by, or in terms of who the content is related to should not be posted and may be deleted or edited. When submitting a release you must be the owner of the email that is being used to send emails via Get The Word Out.
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