Submit a press release by identifying the publication you wish to carry the story and following the instructions for that specific newspaper, news outlet or online media website. The process varies by media outlet, but it typically involves sending a copy to the newsroom or tips line via fax or email and providing contact information for questions about the release.
Newspapers and online media resources often have standard submission tools available through their websites for tips and press releases, and you may only need to copy and paste your information into text fields to submit the release to the company. Those without a standard submission process often accept press releases through the Contact Us link on the company’s website.
News outlets may also offer online tip and press release submission, or you may need to call a tip line to get an email for a specific department or reporter and follow up with an email of your submission. Pay careful attention to which section of the news the release is likely to fit, as getting the right editor can help your chances for successful submission.
Paid services for news submissions are also available. These providers charge a fee to file the release with local and national or international media outlets, based on the scope of the release, and handle many of the submission steps directly.