By: Swati Maheshwari, Content Marketing Manager, Radix
Journalists and media publications are increasingly appreciating the value of a .PRESS domain because it helps establish their credibility and adds value to their brand. Since UNESCO has commemorated May 3 as World Press Freedom Day, we’re taking a look at some of the most amazing websites from the press industry that are using .PRESS domains to establish their online identity.
Freedom of the Press Foundation (FPF) is a non-profit organization founded in 2012 to fund and support free speech and freedom of the press. In 2014, Edward Snowden joined their board of directors and began serving as its president in early 2016.
Media Now is a digital media journalism workshop for high school students. It offers intense training for high school journalism students who are ready to take their digital media skills to the next level.
Joint.press is a crowdsourcing platform that helps you earn media attention, by facilitating efficient collaboration among all the people advocating for the same thing with you.
The global network for the media industry that connects you with the best journalists, photographers, videographers, producers, editors and fixers. They have over 7500 vetted professionals in 158 countries.
Hey Press is a searchable database of tech journalists. It has collected hundreds of thousands of articles for thousands of writers. Simply enter a keyword to find the most relevant journalists for that topic along with the articles they’ve written as well as their contact details wherever possible.
The domain name redirects to the official website of Committee to Protect Journalists. It is one of the notable examples of how the right words in your domain name can help strengthen your brand positioning and your work.
Swati Maheshwari leads Content Marketing at Radix, the registry behind some of the most successful new domain extensions such as .TECH, .STORE, .ONLINE, .SPACE, .PRESS, .SITE, .WEBSITE, .FUN and .HOST. Connect with her on Twitter and LinkedIn.