Communications | Event Promotion

Events

Post-Event Communication

After the event, review the transcripts and recordings you were able to gather or create. What really stands out? Do you have some really compelling video clips of a well recognized person saying something controversial or interesting to a general audience? Take stock of what you’ve got and decide where you might want to pitch your event’s story.

McCombs TODAY
McCombs TODAY posts items that have been considered by the Editor to be of high interest to alumni, with a smaller audience of faculty, staff and students. Send story ideas to Jeremy Simon. The McCombs TODAY editors will also consider stories for submission in OPEN, the magazine for McCombs alumni.

Texas Enterprise
If your event included presentation of research findings, or discussion on business and public policy topics, be sure to submit recaps, transcripts or recordings to Texas Enterprise. TxE covers research, expertise and opinion regarding major business topics. Send materials to Rob Heidrick

McCombs YouTube Channel
If you captured compelling video during your event, it may be suitable for the McCombs School of Business YouTube Channel. (Please note, we generally do not post humorous or student-produced videos on this channel.) The channel contains videos that contain discussions or presentations regarding business information, events or school programs. Send potential postings to Kim Brown.

McCombs Slideshare Channel
Presentation slides may be posted on the McCombs Slideshare Page. Materials posted here must be approved for release to the public. Send posting materials to David Wenger.

Page last updated: 9/10/2013