Hospital’s brand journalism newsroom lands coverage on ‘Today’ and in The Wall Street Journal

Nationwide Children’s Hospital took the extra steps to package a story with brand journalism elements to attract mainstream attention. It worked. Here’s how you can replicate their efforts.

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The media relations team at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, takes extra steps to produce and distribute stories in a way that all kinds of media outlets—print, broadcast, and online—can easily and quickly report the news.

In autumn 2013 Pam Barber, director of media relations at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and her colleagues found a story that they believed was just about a slam-dunk for their brand journalism efforts.

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