This enlarged and updated edition of Successful Media Relations describes the basic skills and techniques involved in a way that will be helpful to students and practitioners alike. Judith Ridgway has been both a public relations executive and a journalist and so is ideally equipped to explain their different points of view. She starts by showing how to construct a realistic programme and how the relevant activities can be planned and assessed in the light of organizational objectives. The book covers not only the standard tools of communication such as press releases, mailing lists, photographs, TV and radio interviews, competitions and special offers, but also events like press conferences, factory visits, new product launches and sponsored radio and TV.Checklist for a press conference/reception 1 Once the date is final (see pages 147-149), check it with registers of journalists in your field. ... 7 (a) Book the venue and give outline briefing to the banqueting manager, choosing menus, drinks etc.
|Title||:||Practical Media Relations|
|Publisher||:||Gower Publishing, Ltd. - 1996|