(PRWEB) May 20, 2014
This 8-chapter resource contains practical implications for some of the most innovative developments in media relations, including the technologies, methodologies and mannerisms that determine the ecosystem in which PR pros practice this essential part of their craft.
The Media Relations Guidebook is available at http://www.prnewsonline.com/media-relations-guidebook-vol-2/.
With the emergence of social media, there are interesting opportunities to engage and remain in-touch with influencers, whether they are reporters working for traditional media brands or up-and-coming bloggers. This guidebook breaks down how to effectively locate and engage these journalists who can extend the reach of a story to a greater audience.
Media Relations Guidebook chapters include:
The best chance of succeeding in media relations these days will result from taking the proven principles of the past and overlaying them with today’s technologies to create a genuine sense of trust and authority between PR executives and media representatives. The market demands it, and the Media Relations Guidebook helps deliver it to communications professionals.
Communications experts from corporations, agencies and nonprofits explore some of the most innovative developments in media relations. These include the technologies, methodologies and mannerisms that define the ecosystem in which PR professionals practice their craft.
Print and digital versions are available at http://www.prnewsonline.com/media-relations-guidebook-vol-2/.
PR News’ Media Relations Guidebook is an essential resource for PR professionals at any organization. This guidebook delivers a comprehensive look at how to navigate the dynamic field of media relations.
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