Hong Kong, China, September 22, 2016 /ChinaNewswire.com/ - You're a journalist whose article deadline is fast approaching and you still need a few more sources and background to make your story standout. Where do you go and how do you find the right expert for inclusion in your article? Prayers for many journalists in Asia were answered last year when Pitch.Asia launched.
Pitch.Asia launched in September 2015 as the definitive platform for connecting journalists to experts in Asia. Now with over 20,000 registered users, Pitch.Asia connects journalists with experts ready to provide insight into important news-worthy topics at https://www.Pitch.Asia.
Pitch.Asia provides a news dashboard covering business, political, and social news from across Asia from Afghanistan to Japan and down to Malaysia; online job boards for journalists; a query service for reporters to seek comments from registered industry experts; and online forums for journalists to exchange knowledge. Registration continues to be free for both experts and journalists.
Journalists login to Pitch.Asia and post media queries. Experts are then emailed queries from journalists. If an expert thinks he/she is able to respond, then the expert responds with appropriate information. The journalist's contact details are kept secret and provided with special redirection emails so experts won't abuse their access to the media.Ultimately, if the journalist uses the expert's statement, then the expert gains valuable media exposure, for free. Experts help reporters, and the reporters help the experts!
Journalists want to hear better pitches, and experts need to have their voices heard. Pitch.Asia connects Asia's top expert sources with the bloggers, journalists, writers, and reporters covering important activities in Asia. We are backed by Matoka Capital and use their parent company's offices in Hong Kong and Shanghai. Contact us for more information at https://www.Pitch.Asia
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