LOS ANGELES, CA — Media Contacts List announces their release of a free media contact database. This database is categorized by geographical locations and can be accessed through their website. Users can now access information on editors and news reporters are various media outlets such as at radio stations, TV stations, newspapers, and industry journals.
This opportunity opens up avenues that can build an effective press release campaign. Users can access the free media contact lists by simply visiting MediaContactsList.com, select their state and city, and a listing of media contacts can be accessed.
The list offers the advantage of having names, occupation titles, and phone numbers organized and collected in one place. In addition, the list provides websites so users can have to option to look up more information. This saves an ample amount of time and energy needed to build a media contact list from scratch. On top of the time saves, money is saved too, which is a great investment for small companies and startups.
It can be agreed upon that this free media contact database is somewhat limited, a more information-orientated database with email addresses and fax numbers can be accessed by purchasing a complete media contact list.
A full and accurate media contact list of a specific region (ie. Hawaii), can be purchased for as low as $25. This media contact database can be accessed as a spreadsheet and/or imported into Outlook, MailChimp, or any other email services. By purchasing a media contact list, customers can save time from building their own contact list, which is time that can be allocated into building the business’s success. To ensure its accuracy, the database is updated daily so that it can be used repeatedly once purchased.
Users can access their free media contact list by accessing their website at http://mediacontactslist.com/directory/ or access their order page to purchase their media contact data base at http://mediacontactslist.com/purchase/. Customers can access lists that can be browsed through via industry, type, coverage, or geographical location.