Press Kit - Electronic Press Kit (EPK) - Contents

Contents

Contents depend on the industry and target audience. For instance, an EPK in the music industry might contain the following:

  • Biography
  • Music clips
  • High resolution press photos
  • Tour dates
  • Promotional videos
  • Offline website or website links
  • Press reviews and interviews
  • "RIYL" or "recommended if you like" list (list of artists in similar styles or genres)
  • Contact information
  • High resolution photos or images of key executives, the company logo, products, etc.

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