Other News Resources

Other News Resources

For news of the wider church, Episcopal Life Media and the Anglican Communion News Service provide current headlines, background reports, commentary and reflection, as well as multimedia presentations.

Resources for Communicators

Expanding its services to assist in telling the news of the church, Episcopal News Service (ENS) has launched a new Press Release Service for dioceses, congregations, church organizations, groups and institutions.

Located here, the Press Release Service enables dioceses and church-related agencies, organizations and institutions to submit press releases for publication on the Episcopal News Service. The Press Release Service is offered at no cost, but paid options are also available to reach a wider audience.

According to Matt Davies, ENS advertising and web manager, the ENS audience currently includes an average of 105,000 unique users per month and more than 16,000 opt-in newsletter subscribers. "The new Press Release Service builds on other popular ENS services that provide free and paid options for readers to list jobs and calls, events, books and people news items," Davies explained.

ENS offers in-depth reporting and analysis of local, regional, national and international news for Episcopalians and others interested in the church's mission and ministry. Providing written and multimedia coverage, it is the officially sponsored online news source of the Episcopal Church.

Submitting information:

ENS offers the following ways to share your news.

To submit a press release for inclusion on the Episcopal News Service, click here 
To publish a People news item (e.g. a new position, ordination, award or honor), click here
To publish a Job or Call listing, click here 
To publish an Event listing, click here 
To publish a Book listing, click here


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