Public Media Resources        


Harvest Public Media

Harvest’s Mission:   Global demand for food and fuel is rising, and the push and pull for resources has serious ramifications for our country’s economic recovery and prosperity. Today’s emerging agenda for agriculture is headlined by energy and climate change, food safety, biofuels, animal production and welfare, human health, water quality, and local food systems. By examining these local, regional and national issues and their implications, Harvest Public Media seeks to create a rich multimedia resource devoted to food, fuel and field.

How Harvest Reports:  Most Harvest Public Media stories begin with radio — regular reports are aired on our six member stations in the Midwest. But Harvest also explores issues through online analyses, television reports, podcasts, photography, video, blogs and social networking.  


Native Public Media

(NPM) promotes healthy, engaged, independent Native communities by strengthening and expanding Native American media capacity and by empowering a strong, proud Native American voice.



Public Relations Strategy on a Tight Budget

There are several public relations tactics you can use to get your business mentioned in the press and increase brand awareness. Here are five steps you can take toward a public relations strategy to position your business for some great exposure, something every entrepreneur can use to help land new customers!