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Christine Haas Media began as the vision of Christine Haas, a successful anchor and journalist. With 17 years in broadcast journalism, she wanted to use the tools and tactics of modern newsrooms for commercial clients. No advertising. No Gimmicks. Media strategies and true storytelling …from the perspective of journalists.

After winning 17 Emmy Awards for writing and on-camera talent, Christine stepped away from TV News to launch CHM and then began assembling a team of experts to help deliver the tools for success to clients hungry for a company that knows how to deliver results.

Here’s what we do:

• Help clients develop the most effective brand message

• Teach On Camera and Corporate Speaking Coaching

• Inspire and Produce organic media to populate websites

• Engage social media with honest, effective dialogue

• Attract positive news media coverage.

Christine Haas Media knows the game is changing. It won’t be long before press releases are as archaic as record players. Do you know how to grab the media’s attention without the tools of old? If not, you need Christine Haas Media.

Christine has anchored newscasts in some of the country’s top news markets, including San Diego, Tampa, Minneapolis & Houston.

She’s been honored with numerous accolades including Emmy awards, national and regional Edward R. Murrow awards and more than two dozen Associated Press awards. One of her award winning stories investigated Texas’ practice of recycling driver license numbers and how it led to mistaken identity. That law led to a change in Texas law.

Then, in one of her proudest professional achievements, Christine’s report on the small business administration’s misuse of Homeland Security funding was introduced as evidence into Congressional testimony.

Christine now focuses on using her media experience to secure news coverage for her clients who are searching for ways to maximize their exposure and build their legacy as an authority figure in the market place.

CLICK HERE  for her latest ebook on how to leverage the media.

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