Creating Content and Need Expert Sources?

ProfNet, a service of PR Newswire, has been connecting journalists with expert sources since 1992. With access more than 14,000 public relations professionals -- and the hundreds of thousands of experts they represent -- ProfNet makes expert sourcing quick and easy.

ProfNet queries are sent to subscribers all throughout the day, meaning your query doesn't sit in a queue for hours -- or days -- on end. Filtering options that allow you to target queries by institution type and geographic location mean more relevant responses and less time wasted.

Whatever option you choose, ProfNet is sure to help you find the sources you need.

Services for Journalists

ProfNet offers several services to help you connect with the sources you need -- at no charge. As with all of PR Newswire's services for journalists, ProfNet is free for media professionals.

 

ProfNet Queries

Submit a ProfNet query detailing the expertise you seek, your deadline and your preferred method for responses. You can also filter your request by institution type and geographic location. Then sit back as experts come to you, and follow up only with those that fit your needs.

ProfNet Expert Alerts

Sign up to receive an email newsletter with leads to experts who are available to talk about timely topics in your coverage area, as well as story ideas and links to media jobs. Expert Alerts are available in three editions: Business, Finance & Technology; Government, Law, Education & Science; and Health, Living & Entertainment.

ProfNet en Español

Via ProfNet en Español, you can find Spanish-speaking sources from across the U.S. When submitting your query, just specify that you are interested in connecting with a Spanish-speaking expert, and we will distribute the query to our ProfNet en Español subscribers. Send a query now.

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Register with PR Newswire for Journalists to save your basic profile information. When you submit a query via the website, your info will automatically be entered into the form, saving you valuable time.

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Contact a ProfNet editor

If you have any questions about submitting a ProfNet query, please contact an editorial representative at profnet@profnet.com