When I was in NYC for the Super Mom Entreprenur Conference, I had the pleasure of meeting the ladies from Moms and The City. I sat in their session and listened to some great advice on pitching, since they all three have a fabulous background in journalism. And, guess what?! They are always looking for great pitches from mom business owners like you!
Here's a little more about Moms and The City::
Moms and the City is all about the real, honest and sometimes controversial opinions of three very bold moms. Comprised of three award-winning journalists -- Denise Albert, Melissa Gerstein and Raina Seitel Gittlin -- the women cover parenting issues from the trenches as they trek through the joys and dysfunction, the exhaustion and exhilaration that motherhood brings.
Moms and the City is a multi-platform brand with exposure on the web, television and in print.
Specifically, the women of MATC co-host a half-hour TV show, Moms & the City and A Dad Named David, seen weekly on WNBC, New York Nonstop and other NBC properties. Moms And The City is also running now in DC, Philadelphia and Chicago. The women also appear as experts on other TV shows and radio programs around New York.
Specifically, the women of MATC co-host a half-hour TV show, Moms & the City and A Dad Named David, seen weekly on WNBC, New York Nonstop and other NBC properties. Moms And The City is launching in other cities/markets by the end of the year. The women also appear as experts on other TV shows and radio programs around New York.
In addition, MATC writes and produces daily content which can be found online at the New York Daily News, www.nydailynews.com/moms the nation's 5th largest newspaper website. Content includes first-person accounts on all topics motherhood and videos and interviews showcasing celebrity moms.
MATC recently launched with BabyCenter, the most trusted parenting and pregnancy site. Now the Web's #1 global interactive parenting network, it has nurtured more than 100 million parents since its launch in 1997. BabyCenter reaches over 78 percent of new and expectant moms online in the United States, and 7 in 10 babies born in the United States in 2009 were BabyCenter babies.
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