Alliance News / Introducing BC ArtsPost, the BC Alliance’s New Publicity Service

Introducing BC ArtsPost, the BC Alliance’s New Publicity Service

Need to get the word out about your upcoming event? Want to celebrate some recent good news, like a grant or an award? The BC Alliance for Arts + Culture is here to help! Introducing BC ArtsPost.

BC ArtsPost is the BC Alliance for Arts + Culture’s new publicity service. We build and circulate your press release to provincial media contacts, as well as print and digital media outlets in your region of British Columbia. We’ll also advertise your event via our social media channels, including Twitter (11,000 followers) and Facebook (5,760 followers).

Our list of approximately 1,400 print and digital media contacts across the province includes:

  • Arts and entertainment reporters, editors, critics and columnists;
  • Print and broadcast assignment desks;
  • Photo and video assignment editors;
  • Broadcast producers, researchers, reporters and on-air hosts;
  • Hard news, business, and lifestyle editors, reporters and assignment desks;
  • Opinion piece columnists and commentators;
  • Arts, culture, lifestyle and political blogs, webzines, and other websites and contributors.

BC ArtsPost is a great solution for artists and arts, culture and heritage organizations who want to quickly spread the word about their events and accomplishments to a broad network of media contacts and potential audience members. To see a sample of a BC ArtsPost press release as it appears in the inboxes of our media contacts, click here.

With the introduction of BC ArtsPost, we are retiring our Media eNet service. For any inquiries around BC ArtsPost, please contact Taylor Basso (; 604 681 3535 ext. 215).

Upcoming Workshop: “Managing Workplace Conflict” with Greg Miller

Earlier today, Greg Miller presented the first of two human resources workshops at the BC Alliance for Arts + Culture. In this fast-paced, interactive and relevant session, participants learned a range of skills for managing a team of employees. Next Wednesday, November 15, Miller tackles the tough topic of effectively resolving workplace conflict. You needn’t have attended the first session to appreciate the second, so we encourage you to register today.

Rates: $45.00 BC Alliance members / $85.00 non-members / $25.00 livestream

To register for Managing Workplace Conflict, visit the BC Alliance’s Workshops page.

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