Energy Media Breakfast

June 01, 2017
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
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United Way of Greater Houston
50 Waugh Drive
Houston, TX 77007
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The annual PRSA Houston Energy Media Breakfast is back!

Join us and learn what stories energy editors are looking for, how they want to be contacted and what mistakes to avoid to effectively earn media coverage for your organization or client.

The panelists – including Travis Bubenik, Energy and Environment Editor, NPR/Houston Public Media; JoAnn Davy, Group Managing Editor, E&P and Special Projects Manager at Hart Energy; and Judy Murray – will also discuss the changing landscape of trade media and where the oil and gas industry is going, followed by a brief question-and-answer session.

Please note this is a morning event. Prices listed are for advanced registration ONLY. Please expect to pay $5 more at the door, if space is available. Light refreshments will be served.

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Travis Bubenik, Energy and Environment Reporter for Houston Public Media; Travis reports on the tangled intersections of energy and the environment in Houston and across Texas. A Houston native, he returned to the Bayou City after serving as the Morning Edition Host & Reporter for Marfa Public Radio in Far West Texas. He was previously the News Director for NPR member station KVNF in rural Western Colorado, where he reported on local environmental and economic issues.

JoAnn Davy, Group Managing Editor, E&P and Special Projects Manager at Hart Energy; Jo Ann joined Hart Energy in 2006 as editor for the downstream group of international consultants. In 2007, she was promoted to editor of special projects, managing the company's custom publishing initiatives.

Judy Murray is a professional writer and brings her work in the trade media and in corporate communications perspective to the panel. Most recently she served as the Director of Media relations for the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS). Prior to joining ABS, she was the editor of E&P magazine, and prior to that, she was the international editor at Offshore magazine.

Tickets

$10.00 Members

$15.00 Non-Members