By Mitchell. P. Davis

Broadcast Interview Source (BIS), the company which publishes the Yearbook of Experts®, and runs News Release, is welcoming students from the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) to create “Skill Pages” to promote their freelance skills.  Giving students or fresh graduates experience while allowing PR clients, or private firms, to utilize their wide-range of affordable skills is the goal of BIS, with the help of PRSSA that has promoted the offer to their students.   What’s an Interns On Call “Skill Page?” It is a web page offering their services. Students can apply to create one at, the online platform of Broadcast Interview Source, has a number of tools for creating news and profile content on the Internet. The printed Yearbook of Experts is published annually – see the 2020 Yearbook as PDF at  Once a expert profile has been created on Expert Click, members take full advantage of News Release to generate an unlimited number of Internet News Releases which are picked up the Google News and the Lexis systems. Also is the free & fast track for new clients to generate a release and immediately established a profile in the Expert Click system.  News releases are free to create and send at

One of the PR Junior Partners working with BIS is Kaitlin Martinez-Hall. About to graduate with a Masters in Communication from California State University, she is utilizing her skills: press release writing, graphic design and social media management to meet client’s diverse PR needs.  See her “Skill Page” at:

Another partner is Brad Butler, experienced in PR and has abilities in a wide-range of PR disciplines. He can produce a radio appearance on syndicated show on iHeart Radio which will then be edited into subject-based podcasts for the Expert Click Radio Sound Cloud Channel (the embed codes will then be available for use on website or in news releases to enhance online PR efforts). Butler can also perform writing, create custom graphic design, video editing or writing assignments. Having generated news releases through the Expert Click system, he is well versed in on how to utilize the system effectively.  See his “Skill Page” at:

Mitchell P. Davis, the BIS editor, thought up the idea and the web site URL and Twitter handle were available.  Follow this project at where they will tweet info on completed intern projects.

Questions?  Call Mitchell. P. Davis, the Editor at (202) 333-5000 or


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