It’s official (almost): we’re starting to organize Global PR Blog Week 3.0. It’s an event that will present the best articles, interviews, debates, case studies, and essays on how social media continues to change the Public Relations and Communications theory and practice, its relationships with other disciplines, and our roles as practitioners, students, and teachers. [...]
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My web host has completed a server transfer during the weekend. As a result, the entries for the Global PR Blog Week are not showing on the blog, and the NewPR Wiki can’t be edited. I’m working on getting the two websites back to full functionality. Thank you for your patience. And thanks to Neville [...]
August 29 – September 6: starting the Katrina Help Wiki (about) September 6 – 23: organizing the Global PR Blog Week 2.0.
WHAT: The Global PR Blog Week 2.0 is an online conference on how new media technologies are changing the practice of Public Relations and corporate communications. We’re talking weblogs and participatory journalism, wikis, podcasting, and RSS – but the list of topics is open. WHEN: Sometime between May and October 2005. WHERE: The conference planning [...]