release press press release example format

While press releases tend to follow the same basic format (see “Format of a press release”), how they are written depends on what kind of news is being announced.  Many online PR resources recognize the following six types of press releases:
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Immediately following your grabber, compel readers to continue on with an engaging game description. Be sure to weave in core benefits, as well as what makes your game unique. Here is a great press release example of a strong game description.
Prior to the movie release of Justice League, Warner Bros. Pictures announced in a press release an event, in collaboration with AT&T, to advertise the upcoming superhero movie. AT&T has 3 stores in Times Square that are perfect for a massive advertising campaign, and by letting Warner Bros. deck their stores with the movie’s iconic figures, AT&T benefits from the increased attention and foot traffic as well. This press release generated excitement for the movie premiere while giving AT&T an opportunity to increase its marketing opportunities.
Hi Emmy, Thanks a lot for this template. I’m working on a press release for my mobile app. After going through examples of other press releases, I noticed that a lot of grabers stem from the headline. How much more important would that be? Thanks, Makori.
State your case and do it quickly. Include a sentence or two about your news. What’s the name of the new album, what song is getting the most buzz, the name of the tour, if there is one, and any special guests or opening acts who will appear as part of the show. Paragraph two should have the brisk feeling of this paragraph.
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The question is whether or not you’re targeting publications that would really be a good match for your news story. If so, I would write down a few of the important names and send them a personalized message, in addition to your press release.
But don’t try to be clever: most journalists will spend just a few seconds deciding whether something looks interesting. If they don’t immediately understand what your story is about, they’ll move on to the next thing in their inbox.
Make the heading of your press release a catchy one.Write the press release in such a way that the matter appears to be newsworthy.Show how the matter is different from others in the same field.Do not use too many fancy words which can make it difficult to understand for an average reader.Try to impress the readers as much as possible in the first few lines of the release and don’t make it too big.
So instead of stuffing your next release with jargon, take a page out of our book (okay, fine, ebook), The Newsworthy Guide to Inbound Public Relations, and brainstorm some creative approaches for your next announcement. Can you include new data? A remarkable graphic or video? A shareable SlideShare? If so, a creative angle will often help carry your content and increase the likelihood of social sharing. 
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