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    « PR Society -- Why not New York? | Main | Millennial Momentum »

    February 16, 2012


    Rocco Sacci

    I find it interesting that PRSA is trying (again) to define public relations in 25 words or less. Seems to me that this is trivializing and minimizing all the things that go into the practice of the profession. Rather than trying to reduce the scope of public relations to a ditty, maybe PRSA should once (again) conduct a sustained public relations program to the public about what public relations really is suppose to be – and what PRSA has done, does now, and will do to maintain high standards for the profession.

    About why PRSA does not hold more of its annual conventions in New York City, the several times it has, the convention has been completely ignored by the media. Not that the convention gets much media coverage wherever it is held.

    Maria Seo

    hmmm, some nice options given by PRSA.

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