On Tuesday, June 23, 2009, the Canadian Council of Public Relations Firms will host a panel of industry leaders to share their insights and perspectives on how cutbacks to mainstream media and new social media practices are redefining the PR landscape.
Dr. Terry Flynn, PhD, assistant professor, DeGroote School of Business and national president of the Canadian Public Relations Society.
Mathew Ingram, online communities editor, Globe and Mail.
Keith McArthur, senior director, digital communications, Rogers.
The panel will be moderated by Trevor Campbell, president, Porter Novelli Canada.
You can follow the event on Twitter, hashtag #CCPRF, or watch this website for a recap of the discussion.
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June 19, 2009
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