TORONTO, March 25 /CNW/ - Thank you mainstream Canadian media, you're catching on! People from diverse communities can talk about more than just multiculturalism and ethnic celebrations.
We know the industry is changing. Journalists have less time and resources to do more. We get it. So we've created a service to help.
DiverseCity Voices is an online rolodex of over 175 experts from diverse backgrounds willing to speak to the media on a wide range of topics. To date over 100 print, television, radio and online journalists have signed on to search the database. Over 200 stories have been filed in which Voices candidates appear.
We'd like to invite you to sign on for a free account, join us for a drink, and meet some candidates. You may only be a conversation away from your next story idea.
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
TRANE Studio, 964 Bathurst Street, Toronto
To sign in for a free journalist DiverseCity Voices account and search the rolodex, visit www.maytree.com/voices.
DiverseCity Voices is an initiative of DiverseCity: The Greater Toronto Leadership Project, a partnership of the Toronto City Summit Alliance and Maytree. The project's main goal is to transform the leadership landscape in the GTA by enabling a new group of diverse leaders to emerge. Voices seeks to identify diverse subject-matter experts across a variety of subject areas and connect them with journalists to enrich the quality of print, radio and television news in the GTA.
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For further information: For further information: and to RSVP, contact Tina Edan, Maytree, (416) 944-2627 x245, firstname.lastname@example.org