Media Relations for the Public Affairs Professional, a Seven-Course Series on CD

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Media Relations for the Public Affairs Professional, 7 Audio Courses on CD

Media Relations for the Public Affairs Professional, 7 Audio Courses on CD

This seven course series gives public and governmental affairs professionals from agencies, associations, corporations, nonprofits, and congressional offices an in-depth look at and review of the major aspects of media relations. Also perfect for novices who want a solid introduction to public affairs.

Seven audio courses on CD covering media relations:

  • Essential Tools of Public Relations
  • Developing a Message and Communications Plan
  • Interacting with Reporters
  • Overview of the Media: Print, Radio, TV, Web-Based, and Online Communications
  • Interview Preparation
  • Crisis Communications
  • Ethics of Public Relations

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“Media Relations for the Public Affairs Professional” a Seven-Course series on CD

Includes audio files (MP3) and course materials in PDF files.

Also see our Media Training courses available for custom, on-site training.






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