New York, NY (PRWEB) June 25, 2015
A comprehensive redesign of PR News’ weekly edition now offers cleaner, easy entry to its industry standard how-to PR content its subscribers rely on. The redesign features more charts, data and visuals, along with best practices from leading PR practitioners from b2c and b2b companies, nonprofits and PR agencies. View a sample issue of PR News here: http://bit.ly/1Ru5X04.
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In addition to the more visual redesign, PR News is introducing new features including Silobusters, How I Got Here, The Week in PR and more. Silobusters examines how PR and marketing managers are breaking down the silos in their organizations to produce more successful initiatives. How I Got Here is a first-person account from a top communications executive focusing on how they ascended to the top of their profession. The Week in PR is a roundup of news and information pertinent to PR, marketing and communications professionals.
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A main focus of this redesign has also been getting even more contributors from top agencies, corporations and nonprofits. Contributors from the Miami Heat, Weber Shandwick, UPS, U.S. Geological Survey, Nestle, IBM, Edelman, FIRST, Hitachi Data Systems, Michigan State University and Goodwill Industries.
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