EAPS and MIT News Story Pitch Form
Story Submissions for MIT News, EAPS News, Social Media, and Event Promotion

Please fill out as completely as possible in layman’s terms. We're looking to get an overview, so your answers don't need to be unduly long. This form might also be submitted to MIT News.

The earlier the better! Especially for research papers—when possible, please try to pitch us when it's in the revision stage and likely to be accepted.

Questions? Contact jfen@mit.edu and hinkell@mit.edu

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Story headline: (concise, most important takeaway)
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Is this a research paper? If so, please fill in the following: a) publication name, b) who from MIT is involved, c) current status of paper, d) likely publication date
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Is this an event? If so, please fill in the following: a) event name, b) date, c) organizer(s) d) whether you need promotional support from EAPS Comms
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What’s the story about? (Outline the main points of the story in layman’s terms.)
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Why’s this story important? (Tell us why the readers would be interested in this story.)
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Please provide any pertinent links. Send the latest draft of the paper or event flyer to jfen@mit.edu and hinkell@mit.edu
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Are you writing or creating content – or involved with an outside story – that you’d like to highlight?
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Has this been pitched already?
Is anyone else covering this from MIT or elsewhere?
If it has been pitched already, has anything changed in the interim, particularly with timing?
Are there any high-res, attractive images to accompany this story?
Funding: Who or what grant supported this paper or event?
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Is there a person, not an author on the paper, who is familiar with this specific study that can comment on its significance?
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