exclusiveMurder, Mayhem & Scandal.

(And That’s Just Lunch.)

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From Attica to AIDS, serial killers to the falsely imprisoned, media screw ups and political scandals, they’re naming names and taking no prisoners. A conversation with the media’s star storytellers –New York Post’s Kieran Crowley, Newsday’s Bob Keeler and The New York Times’ Bruce Lambert — happens only at FMC Connection Day. Don’t miss this.

Media Summit Takes Place During Breakfast

Fair Media Council’s Connection Day is Friday, Oct. 23, 2015, from 7.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. at Briarcliffe College, Bethpage, N.Y.

It’s a conference focused on bringing the media and community together for a day of open dialogue, mutual understanding, relationship building and story pitching. It’s a year’s worth of media relations, branding and marketing opportunities all in one day. And it happens only on Long Island.

This is not a dress rehearsal: Come prepared to pitch real stories in breakout sessions filled with news media looking for stories. Take advantage of networking with news media from the greater New York metro area, social media and communications experts, exhibitors from media, business and community . . . and hundreds of participants.

We’ll kick off with the first ever LONG ISLAND-NEW YORK MEDIA SUMMIT, and go right into opportunities for you to meet and pitch the media. FMC Connection Day is the largest event in the country to bring the media together with the community.

Multiple breakout sessions throughout the day will run the gamut on all facets of dealing with news, social media, current events and building your brand.

Connection Day Sponsors Lining Up 

Download Sponsorship Opportunities ReserveFMCConnectionDay2015.pdf (52 downloads)

Put the power of Connection Day to work for you: Past attendees have landed in the news that very same day! Many have found jobs. All have made new friends and valuable connections.


Hey, We Heard That

People Will Talk. Let’s Keep It That Way.


The Fair Media Council is an organization unlike any in the country. We get questions on what we do, why we do it and, more pointedly, why we matter.

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