Dennis Romero, a staff writer for LA Weekly, joins Nicole Rodrigues, founder and CEO of NRPR Group, for another great episode of PRfect Pitch!

In this episode, Dennis tells Nicole how he first got into the media industry, from his very first days in the newsroom working the night shift with the editor of the Chula Vista Star News. Dennis is a second generation journalist, following his father’s path into the media industry. Next, Nicole asks Dennis for his personal take on how public relations and media pros can best work together, and the two talk about the importance of doing your research and crafting thoughtful, helpful pitches. Lastly, Dennis tells listeners where they can find him online, and closes out the show with few final pieces of advice for PR and media pros everywhere. You’ll have to listen in to find out!

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Dennis Romero is a second-generation journalist who has worked on staff at the Los Angeles Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer and Emmis Publishing’s Ciudad magazine. He’s now a staff writer at LA Weekly.

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Dennis tells Nicole how he got his start in the media industry, from following in his father’s footsteps to working for the San Diego State University and UCLA school papers, all the way to his current position with LA Weekly.
Nicole and Dennis discuss best practices for how PR and media pros can work together, and the two emphasize the importance of reading and doing research.
Dennis tells Nicole about some of his favorite stories he’s got the chance to work on in his media career.
Dennis lets listeners know where they can find him online, and Nicole gets his final advice for PR pros.