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This is a page for journalists, reporters, public relations professionals, businesses or simply anyone who wants to know more about the industry. HARO encourages open discussion and invites you to share your opinion on current trends, news and issues. By participating on this page, you are agreeing to our commenting policy, outlined below. We reserve the right to delete posts on our page containing any of the following elements: - profanity - misinformation - spam - off-topic / irrelevant - personal attacks or hate speech - promoting violence - promoting illegal or questionable activities - malicious content If you repeatedly violate this policy, you will be removed from our page. We encourage open discussion, which includes disagreement, but we will not tolerate harassment. We appreciate your cooperation and support, and look forward to connecting with each of you! If you have a question regarding this page or anything on it, please email us at Thank you!

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  • Monday08:30 - 17:30
  • Tuesday08:30 - 17:30
  • Wednesday08:30 - 17:30
  • Thursday08:30 - 17:30
  • Friday08:30 - 17:30


Help a Reporter Out (HARO) is an online service for journalists to obtain feedback from the public. It enables journalists to connect with experts in issues relevant to their reporting. It was founded as a Facebook group in 2008 by Peter Shankman and was later turned into a mailing list claiming over 100,000 members. In June 2010, HARO was acquired by Vocus, Inc. In 2014, Vocus merged with Cision Inc. and HARO is now one of Cision's brands. As of 29 June 2016, the HARO "About" page claimed that the service had more than 475,000 sources and 35,000 journalists as participants. Help A Reporter Out gives users a free and paid packages. The free package is where a user receives the HARO daily email and responds to reporters that have questions up and vice versa. Wikipedia


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