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This profile was last updated on 3/5/07  and contains information from public web pages.
 
Background

Employment History

  • President
    Framan & Smith Communications
  • Partner
    Framan & Smith Communications
  • Consultant
    Framan & Smith Communications
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"It's not your birthright to be written about in the media just because you own a business," says Judith Framan, president of Framan & Smith Communications, a public relations firm with offices in Corrales, N.M. and San Diego. "You have to have a story to tell, that's timely and of interest to the readers, viewers or listeners of a specific media outlet."
To determine your newsworthiness, Framan suggests you start by asking yourself the following questions:
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To write professional-quality press releases, Framan advises following these seven cardinal rules:
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Getting the media attention you deserve, says Framan, requires giving good follow up to your press release.
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Respecting a journalist's time is imperative, says Framan. "The first thing out of your mouth when you call a journalist is, 'are you on deadline?'" If so, ask when it would be more convenient to call back. If not, only then continue the conversation. Get to the point. And don't waste everyone's time by sending press releases to editors and writers who don't cover your bailiwick," Framan adds.
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"It's not your birthright to be written about in the media just because you own a business," says Judith Framan, president of Framan & Smith Communications, a public relations firm with offices in Corrales, N.M. and San Diego. "You have to have a story to tell, that's timely and of interest to the readers, viewers or listeners of a specific media outlet."
To determine your newsworthiness, Framan suggests you start by asking yourself the following questions:
...
To write professional-quality press releases, Framan advises following these seven cardinal rules:
...
Getting the media attention you deserve, says Framan, requires giving good follow up to your press release.
...
Respecting a journalist's time is imperative, says Framan. "The first thing out of your mouth when you call a journalist is, 'are you on deadline?'" If so, ask when it would be more convenient to call back. If not, only then continue the conversation. Get to the point. And don't waste everyone's time by sending press releases to editors and writers who don't cover your bailiwick," Framan adds.
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"It's not your birthright to be written about in the media just because you own a business," says Judith Framan, president of Framan & Smith Communications, a public relations firm with offices in Corrales, N.M. and San Diego. "You have to have a story to tell, that's timely and of interest to the readers, viewers or listeners of a specific media outlet."
To determine your newsworthiness, Framan suggests you start by asking yourself the following questions:
...
To write professional-quality press releases, Framan advises following these seven cardinal rules:
...
Getting the media attention you deserve, says Framan, requires giving good follow up to your press release.
...
Respecting a journalist's time is imperative, says Framan. "The first thing out of your mouth when you call a journalist is, 'are you on deadline?'" If so, ask when it would be more convenient to call back. If not, only then continue the conversation. Get to the point. And don't waste everyone's time by sending press releases to editors and writers who don't cover your bailiwick," Framan adds.
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"It's not your birthright to be written about in the media just because you own a business," says Judith Framan, president of Framan & Smith Communications, a public relations firm with offices in Corrales, N.M. and San Diego. "You have to have a story to tell, that's timely and of interest to the readers, viewers or listeners of a specific media outlet."
To determine your newsworthiness, Framan suggests you start by asking yourself the following questions:
...
To write professional-quality press releases, Framan advises following these seven cardinal rules:
...
Getting the media attention you deserve, says Framan, requires giving good follow up to your press release.
...
Respecting a journalist's time is imperative, says Framan. "The first thing out of your mouth when you call a journalist is, 'are you on deadline?'" If so, ask when it would be more convenient to call back. If not, only then continue the conversation. Get to the point. And don't waste everyone's time by sending press releases to editors and writers who don't cover your bailiwick," Framan adds.
...
"It's not your birthright to be written about in the media just because you own a business," says Judith Framan, president of Framan & Smith Communications, a public relations firm with offices in Corrales, N.M. and San Diego. "You have to have a story to tell, that's timely and of interest to the readers, viewers or listeners of a specific media outlet."
To determine your newsworthiness, Framan suggests you start by asking yourself the following questions:
...
To write professional-quality press releases, Framan advises following these seven cardinal rules:
...
Getting the media attention you deserve, says Framan, requires giving good follow up to your press release.
...
Respecting a journalist's time is imperative, says Framan. "The first thing out of your mouth when you call a journalist is, 'are you on deadline?'" If so, ask when it would be more convenient to call back. If not, only then continue the conversation. Get to the point. And don't waste everyone's time by sending press releases to editors and writers who don't cover your bailiwick," Framan adds.
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"It's not your birthright to be written about in the media just because you own a business," says Judith Framan, president of Framan & Smith Communications, a public relations firm with offices in Corrales, N.M. and San Diego. "You have to have a story to tell, that's timely and of interest to the readers, viewers or listeners of a specific media outlet."
To determine your newsworthiness, Framan suggests you start by asking yourself the following questions:
...
To write professional-quality press releases, Framan advises following these seven cardinal rules:
...
Getting the media attention you deserve, says Framan, requires giving good follow up to your press release.
...
Respecting a journalist's time is imperative, says Framan. "The first thing out of your mouth when you call a journalist is, 'are you on deadline?'" If so, ask when it would be more convenient to call back. If not, only then continue the conversation. Get to the point. And don't waste everyone's time by sending press releases to editors and writers who don't cover your bailiwick," Framan adds.
...
"It's not your birthright to be written about in the media just because you own a business," says Judith Framan, president of Framan & Smith Communications, a public relations firm with offices in Corrales, N.M. and San Diego. "You have to have a story to tell, that's timely and of interest to the readers, viewers or listeners of a specific media outlet."
To determine your newsworthiness, Framan suggests you start by asking yourself the following questions:
...
To write professional-quality press releases, Framan advises following these seven cardinal rules:
...
Getting the media attention you deserve, says Framan, requires giving good follow up to your press release.
...
Respecting a journalist's time is imperative, says Framan. "The first thing out of your mouth when you call a journalist is, 'are you on deadline?'" If so, ask when it would be more convenient to call back. If not, only then continue the conversation. Get to the point. And don't waste everyone's time by sending press releases to editors and writers who don't cover your bailiwick," Framan adds.
...
"It's not your birthright to be written about in the media just because you own a business," says Judith Framan, president of Framan & Smith Communications, a public relations firm with offices in Corrales, N.M. and San Diego. "You have to have a story to tell, that's timely and of interest to the readers, viewers or listeners of a specific media outlet."
To determine your newsworthiness, Framan suggests you start by asking yourself the following questions:
...
To write professional-quality press releases, Framan advises following these seven cardinal rules:
...
Getting the media attention you deserve, says Framan, requires giving good follow up to your press release.
...
Respecting a journalist's time is imperative, says Framan. "The first thing out of your mouth when you call a journalist is, 'are you on deadline?'" If so, ask when it would be more convenient to call back. If not, only then continue the conversation. Get to the point. And don't waste everyone's time by sending press releases to editors and writers who don't cover your bailiwick," Framan adds.
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www.carolgardyne.com, 24 Sept 2001 [cached]
JUDIE FRAMAN is a partner in Framan & Smith Communications, a full-service public relations and marketing communication agency with offices in Corrales, NM and San Diego, CA.
Order From Chaos | Press Coverage of Liz Davenport’s Time Management Training
www.orderfromchaos.com, 18 Mar 2006 [cached]
Recently, Davenport brought her expertise to Judie Framan, a consultant with Framan & Smith Communications.
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In Framan's Corrales home/office space, Davenport is introduced to a closet full of old files in boxes and stacked on desks.
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Framan's working desk, adorned with a stuffed replica of "Babe" the movie pig is buried under piles of papers. Cubbyholes are stuffed with office supplies and even more paperwork.
"I'm trying to bring this business out of bankruptcy," Framan said. "The pig is a reminder to me that if Babe could do it, I can do it."
After a series of consultations with Davenport over a week, Framan said the experience of working with Davenport was "very freeing to me."
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"I think it's because of her approach " Framan said. "You understand everything you're doing because it's taught in a hands-on sort of way.
"Plus, I'm saving time," she said.
Imagined Life: Career Coaching
www.imaginedlife.com, 26 June 2001 [cached]
By Judie FramanCopyright 2001 Reprinted with Permission
When storm clouds gather over the economic skyline, it is no time to huddle under the nearest shelter to wait for the weather to clear.Smart business owners don rain gear and head out into the downpour, because when the competition has headed for cover, companies that actively market their business stand out.
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Judie Framan is a partner in Framan & Smith Communications, a full-service public relations and marketing communications agency with offices in Corrales, NM and San Diego CA.She has received numerous awards for her advocacy of women's business issues, including the 1996 Women in Business Advocate of the Year award from the U.S. Small Business Administration.Jaframan@aol.com, 505/897-8505.
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