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Business might be doing OK but you need to improve your profile. Or perhaps you have a great new product or service but you're not getting the market traction you expect because you're struggling to be heard or seen by the people who would benefit most from your creation. This is where some coverage in the media can help. But how do you get your story told? Here's what I've learned in my time working as a journalist.

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You probably know that Michelle Wolf delivered the standard "roast" at the White House Correspondents' Dinner over the weekend and delivered some choice lines skewering the Trump administration and the media. From the reaction, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Wolf spent the entire evening mocking Sarah Huckabee Sanders' looks.

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When you're reading the news, it can feel reassuring when the journalist backs up their claim with survey results. But not all surveys are equally trustworthy. Thankfully there are a few telltale signs of untrustworthy polls - as well as polls you can kind of trust. Yeah, it's a spectrum.

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In Bad News, a ten-minute web game by Cambridge social psychology professor Sander van der Linden, you play a devious conspiracy theorist spreading fake news. The point, van der Linden tells Fast Company, is to teach people how disinformation is made and spread.

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Twenty-two years ago, Maribel Perez Wadsworth started at the Gannett-owned Rockford Register Star, covering Illinois agriculture. Now, as president of Gannett's USA Today Network and Associate Publisher of USA Today, she oversees a long roster of local and national papers. Along the way, she's worked as Gannett's chief strategy officer, and as vice president of audience development and engagement. We talked to her about her daily schedule, her to-do habits and how she measures success.

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Now that everyone has a blog and two podcasts, you don't have to be a rarified expert to field questions from a journalist, or to appear as a guest on a show. Talking to the media can be exciting but terrifying. What if they misquote you? What if they secretly want to do a hit piece on you? What if you're so boring that they cancel the show forever?

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There's no greater boogeyman in our modern society than the serial killer. They're ruthless killers, they're everywhere, and they're after you -- right? Not really. Serial killers are very real, and very dangerous, but the chances of you encountering one are next to nothing.

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With a heated global political climate and the threat of nuclear war seeming to loom over our heads, it's hard not to be stressed right now. But you don't have to sit there and stare at your news feed in agony.

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If you've created a great app, built some nifty hardware or been involved in a great project, it's possible the media will find out and come knocking on your door looking for an interview. I conduct dozens of interviews each year and have spoken with some really interesting people and others who had a great product but couldn't convey their story. Looking back, there are some easy things you can do to be ready for your moment in the spotlight.

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This week we're checking out what happens to the world's biggest burger, pizza or other record-setting food after it sets those records; taking a quick trip around the universe; checking out some of the earliest colour photos of life around the world; and staying productive in terrible times.