Category: Media Relations
PRSA Professional Development Center
33 Maiden Lane, 11th Floor
New York, N.Y. 10038
Phone: (212) 460-1400
The PRSA Professional Development Center is located in Manhattan’s Financial District. See the map and location in the ’About PRSA" section of our website for details.
In this complement to Michael Smart’s popular pitching workshop, you’ll cover a broader spectrum of media interactions. Learn how to identify and choose the media outlets that matter most to you. Use free resources to evaluate the influence of various blogs and online-only media. Learn shortcuts to evaluate media without spending all of your time in the media-monitoring mode.
Michael Smart’s course in March sold out, so don’t delay your registration.
Register for this course and for Michael Smart’s popular “Pitching Boot Camp,” June 13 in New York City, and save $150 with this promotion code: SMART150.
Attend this new PRSA course and find out how to choose the right tools to identify the right journalists and bloggers, understand their work environment and learn how you can help them. A strong media relationship can lead to your becoming the go-to person in your industry or area of expertise. Learn the steps to cement the relationship and get on the media’s radar screen to:
Michael Smart, principal of MichaelSMARTPR, has been landing top-tier coverage for 13 years. He also has trained more than 4,500 communicators across the globe on how to boost their media and blog placements, including pros from Allstate, Disney, Verizon, Hilton, Honda, Edelman and many other organizations, large and small. He has been among the top-rated presenters at the PRSA International Conference three times.
Participants earn 2.0 APR Maintenance Credits for a one-day course. For more information on Accreditation maintenance, visit http://www.prsa.org/Learning/Accreditation.