Sector-specific resources for the public relations and communications industries.
6 Steps to Free Publicity (659 Yud)
For corporate public relations staff or freelance consultants, advice on getting free publicity and attracting media attention.
Event Planning (394.2068 All)
,”a blueprint for executing events for 50 or 2000,”
Never Say “No Comment,”: How Spin Doctors Answer Questions (659.2 Tay)
Written for people who may represent their organization publicly, this book helps you become a “word crafter,”, using better words to get the right message across.
PR Power (659.2 Bar)
,”inside secrets from the world of spin,”
Public Relations : The Complete Guide (659.2 Mar)
,”the new bible of public relations.”-
Public Relations Writing: Form and Style (659.2 New)
For all public relations writers who care about communicating clearly and effectively in all media.
The Publicity Handbook (659 Yal)
Journalists and public relations professionals in the field offer tips on how to get great publicity coverage in various medias.
Canadian Public Relations Society: Toronto Chapter
(www.cprstoronto.com)Provides a platform for discussing issues impacting on the practice of public relations.
CPRS Career File
(www.cprs.ca/careers/)Designed to service Canada’s public relations and communications industry from coast to coast.
Public Affairs Association of Canada
(www.publicaffairs.ca)The mandate of the Association is to help public affairs professionals succeed in their work by providing a forum for networking, sharing ideas and professional development opportunities.
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