Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) December 04, 2015
PR News' Media Relations Next Practices Conference will be held at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. on December 11, 2015. Presented by the industry's most trusted PR and marketing brand, this once-a-year conference will offer communications professionals the opportunity to learn the latest best practices on resource allocation for media relations initiatives, media training, message crafting, crisis management and measurement. The Advance Rates end on Friday, December 4. Discount rates for nonprofit and government communicators, as well as PR News premium subscribers, are available.
Conference attendees will learn from media relations and digital PR experts who will share ideas on using popular and emerging social media networks to engage with members of the media. Organizations including Time Warner Cable, MichaelSMARTPR and Sage Communications will share checklists, case studies and practical media relations tips.
The Media Relations Next Practices Conference will include networking opportunities, breakfast and a keynote luncheon. In addition, attendees will receive a certificate of attendance and earn four points toward a PR News Certificate in Social Media.
PR News' Boot Camp: Google for Communicators will take place the day before the conference at the same location. Attendees will soak up best practices on how to use Google's array of tools for communications – from AdWords to Analytics to YouTube. View the agenda online here. The early bird rate for both of these events includes $100 savings and ends November 20, so register soon at http://www.mediarelationsconf.com/.
For questions regarding the conference, contact PR News’ Jessica Placencia at jessica(at)accessintel(dot)com. Interested in becoming a sponsor? Contact Account Executive Lindsay Silverberg at lsilverberg(at)accessintel(dot)com.
Event Sponsors: BurrellesLuce and Business Wire.
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