PRSA NJ Spring Newsletter

Video Killed the Radio Star & Twitter Buried Facebook: Meet the Media Panel Discussion

Get ahead of tomorrow’s news media trends today: hear from an esteemed panel of journalists on the evolving media landscape.

Join JSPRAA and PRSA NJ as we chat with leaders in print and online journalism, TV and radio as well as today’s broadcast breakers on where news is going and how it’s delivered. How can PR professionals better pitch in the evolving landscape? How are stories now being prioritized? How can students position themselves for jobs in journalism and public relations? Leading journalists will answer these questions.


    • Bruce Johnson – News Director, Greater Media NJ
    • David Willis – Business Writer, Asbury Park Press
    • Karla Roth – Shore Reporter/Bureau Chief, News 12 New Jersey
    • Christopher Robbins – Monmouth County Reporter,

TIME: 8:30am Breakfast and Networking; 9:00am Panel Discussion
DATE: Thursday, May 8, 2014
PLACE: Monmouth University

  • $25 PRSA NJ and JSPRAA Members
  • $35 Non-Members
  • Students w/ ID are Free!

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President's Note

Public Relations: An Important and Evolving Profession

New Jersey Universities Collaborate on Public Relations Education

University Professor Named New President of PRSA NJ

PRSA NJ Senior Pros Group Shoot-The-Breeze Event Took Place on Tuesday, April 29 at New Jersey American Water in Voorhees

Ask the Professional

Reporters Tell PR Pros New State of the Newsroom at PRSA NJ Meet the Media Event

The “New PR Measurement” Isn’t an Easy Lift, Even for PR Veterans

Video Killed the Radio Star & Twitter Buried Facebook: Meet the Media Panel Discussion

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Career Opportunities

Member News & Notes

Upcoming Events: Meet the Media May 8, 24th Annual Pyramid Awards June 18th
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