Sunday, June 17, 2007

Note from Social Entrepreneurship Media Network

I recently received an interesting email from American Public Media that I thought would be of interest to other social entrepreneurs wanting to get the word out about their good works:

American Public Media's public radio business show Marketplace ( reports on entrepreneurs and the issues they face. American Public Media is also doing a new kind of journalism that involves reaching out to communities of people with knowledge, expertise and experience on a topic.
To support Marketplace's entrepreneurship coverage, APM is building a Public Insight Network of entrepreneurs from around the country (and the world) to inform reporting. And you're getting this email right now because Marketplace wants to explore social entrepreneurship in particular.
Tell APM your experience, become a source for public radio, and help shape national media coverage of entrepreneurship.
Tell APM what it takes to be a social entrepreneur, here:
Give a more general description of your business, here:
Sign up for the Public Insight Network without filling out either survey, here:
(Being in the Network means receiving an email about once a month asking for your insight on stories APM is working on.... respond if the questions connect with your experience, delete the email if they don' spam....being a confidential news source....and you can unsubscribe any time.)
If you have any questions, contact Joellen Easton at American Public Media: jeaston AT americanpublicmedia DOT org, or 213-621-3481.


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