With PixxFly, you can elevate your PR by attaching supportive content within your release (e.g. video, image, podcast) and distribute these across social media, along with the press release itself. Your press release will reach thousands of end-points.

Below is just a partial list of the media channels PixxFly supports:

Search Engines

  • Google
  • Yahoo
  • Bing

News Information Services (Global)

  • AP Exchange
  • AcquireMedia
  • Dow Jones
  • Factiva
  • ProQuest
  • Briefing.com
  • Thomson West
  • LexisNexis
  • MarketeWatch
  • NewEdge.com
  • Newstex
  • Outbrain
  • Press Association
  • nRelate
  • ...and more.

Leading U.S. Newspaper Newsrooms

  • USA Today
  • New York Times
  • Washington Post
  • Los Angeles Times
  • Daily News
  • Star Tribune
  • Chicago Tribune
  • Houston Chronicle
  • Arizona Republic
  • Denver Post
  • Philadelphia Inquirer
  • Dallas Morning News
  • Detroit Free Press
  • ...and more.

PR Media List (Local, National, Global)

  • The Boston Globe
  • CBS News
  • StreetInsider.com, Inc.
  • NY Post
  • NY Times.com
  • CBS Marketwatch
  • CNN Interactive
  • NASDAQ
  • Oil & Gas Journal
  • FactSet Research Systems
  • Financial Times
  • Forbes
  • Fortune
  • Hoovers
  • InfoDesk
  • Intellihealth
  • Children and Families
  • Tribune Interactive
  • Worth Magazine
  • ZD Net
  • ...and more.

Media Outlets (Local, National, Global)

  • ABC 13
  • ABC 7 Chicago
  • ABC 7 Online
  • Fox 23
  • New York Telegraph
  • Herald Globe
  • Baltimore Star
  • Beyond The Dow
  • Daily Herald
  • Boston Star
  • Los Angeles Herald
  • The Miami Herald
  • Denver Sun
  • Charlotte News
  • Kansas City Star
  • Wichita Eagle
  • Maxim Group
  • Minyanville
  • StreetIQ
  • Star Tribune
  • Digital Media Wire
  • International Business Times
  • Asia Bulletin
  • China News
  • France News
  • Germany News
  • The UK News
  • Hong Kong News
  • ...and more.

Note: Media outlets typically use the press release content internally or develop stories from press releases they receive, citing and often linking to the source (more beneficial than just republishing).