Online Media Press RoomOctober 12th, 2012 at 15:21
The Live Pterosaur Media Center Press Room has been online for many months, but apparently I’ve been neglectful, forgetting to explain it on this blog, so here is an introduction.
Its use is not restricted to standard professional news media. If you have a blog or newsletter, feel free to use the reports, press releases, and images, within the same restrictions (and with the same privileges) as the pros.
How much is available on the Live Pterosaur Media Center pages? As of October 11, 2012, we have at least 49 images and at least 27 pages, with generous segments of texts that can be trimmed or combined for news stories, blog posts or newsletters. Of course, I am available for radio and television interviews as well as pod cast recordings, if you would like something fresh.
At the upper right, links can take you to:
- Press Releases
- Images for Media
- Questions and Answers
Please note, when visiting this home page, that although many images can be found directly from this page, more images are available from the “Images for Media” page.
The Map-Index is the key to finding the pages you may find useful regarding modern living pterosaurs.
Here is a sample of some of the pages:
- Flying Light of Umboi
- Fruit Bats and Pterosaurs
- Gideon Koro – Eyewitness . . .
- Images for Media
- Introduction to Living Pterosaurs (Home Page)
- Lakewood, California, Sighting
- Mesa Augustin – Terrified Eyewitness
Press Releases Page (quite a few new releases about living pterosaurs)
What news releases are available? Consider the following:
- Duane Hodgkinson’s “pterodactyl”
- Scientific analysis of Paul Nation 2006 video of two flying lights
- “Hoaxes are disproved” declares Jonathan Whitcomb
- Short-tailed pterosaurs observed flying over New Britain Island
- Unmasking the more mysterious lights that fly near Marfa, Texas
- “Pterodactyls” that flew over southeast Cuba in mid-20th century
- The psychologist Brian Hennessy observed a modern living pterosaur
- European Dracula legend may have come from a live pterosaur
- Extinct or not extinct, that is the question about pterosaurs
- Pterosaurs in Australia (two press releases)