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What is the future of journalism and public relations in the new media age?
CPRS
This subject will be tackled during the World Café on the first day of the Engagement + Impact public relations and communications conference. Preceded by opening keynote speaker Jaime Watt, executive chairman, Navigator Ltd. and his talk on the current state of PR and counseling leaders, delegates will be eager to continue the conversation and discuss the future of PR in the digital age.

Laura Toogood, PhD, managing director, Digitalis Reputation will discuss some of the key themes that are raised in her book, Journalism and PR: News Media and Public Relations in the Digital Age.

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Quel est l'avenir du journalisme et des relations publiques à l'ère des nouveaux médias?
SCRP
Ce sujet sera abordé pendant le Café mondial, lors de la première journée de la conférence des relations publiques et des communications Engagement + Impact. Précédée par le conférencier invité Jaime Watt, président directeur-général de Navigator ltée et son allocution sur l'état actuel des relations publiques dans les conseils aux chefs d'entreprise, cette session permettra aux délégués de poursuivre la conversation et discuter de l'avenir des relations publiques à l'ère numérique. Laura Toogood, Ph.D., directrice générale de Digitalis Reputation discutera de certains thèmes clés soulevés dans son livre intitulé Journalism and PR: News Media and Public Relations in the Digital Age.
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1 week left to take advantage of CPRS Membership Month
CPRS
Only a week remains in the CPRS Membership Month! Both members and non-members can benefit by taking advantage of this initiative while there is still time. New members will receive a free subscription to the Public Relations Society of America's (PRSA) Tactics magazine, and will automatically be entered for a chance to win a free registration to the Canadian Public Relations Conference in Montreal. Current members who refer a new member to CPRS will get a $100 credit towards national programs, up to $800. Act before March 31 to reap the benefits!
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The Global Alliance for public relations and communication management seeks candidates for Executive Board
Global Alliance
The Global Alliance (GA) seeks senior leaders in the profession to fill nine positions on its international Executive Board. The GA Nomination Committee notice is due May 7, 2015. Passionate and experienced public relations and communications professionals can be nominated by a peer or self-nominate. The GA Nomination Committee notice has more information on the process and eligibility requirements for candidate hopefuls. The Board will be elected at the 2015 Global Alliance AGM in Milan, Italy, June 26-28, 2015.
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Engage with the Canadian Public Relations Conference
CPRS
Whether you are in the conference's host city of Montreal or in downtown Victoria, you can remain up-to-date with everything happening at the 2015 Engagement + Impact CPRS conference by following the conference twitter account at @CPRS2015 and the conference hashtag #CPRS2015. Connect with speakers and fellow delegates from all parts of the country.
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Suivez la Conférence canadienne des relations publiques
SCRP
Que vous vous trouviez dans la ville hôtesse de la conférence, Montréal, ou au centre-ville de Victoria, vous pouvez demeurer au courant des derniers développements de la conférence Engagement + Impact 2015 de la SCRP en suivant la conférence sur Twitter au @CPRS2015 et le mot-dièse de la conférence #CPRS2015. Suivez nos conférenciers et vos collègues de tout le pays.
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CPRS National Board of Director Nomination Forms due TODAY
CPRS
Members of CPRS still have until midnight (ET) tonight to put forward their name as a CPRS Board of Directors candidate. The National Board looks to fill the four (4) vacancies with passionate and engaged communicators eager to help lead the Society. View the candidate's information package online; it includes a nomination form, Director Job Description, Skills Assessment Form, the official Call for Candidates, a Fact Sheet and a Q-and-A document.
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Les formulaires de mise en nomination au Conseil d'administration national de la SCRP sont attendus au plus tard AUJOURD'HUI
SCRP
Les membres de la SCRP ont jusqu'à minuit (heure de l'Est) ce soir pour soumettre leur candidature en vue d'un poste au Conseil d'administration de la SCRP. Le Conseil d'administration national doit combler les quatre (4) postes vacants par des communicateurs passionnés et impliqués désireux de participer à la direction de la Société. Consultez la trousse d'information destinée aux candidats en ligne; elle contient le formulaire de nomination, la description du poste d'administrateur, le formulaire d'évaluation des compétences, l'appel officiel aux candidatures, une fiche d'information et un document de questions et réponses.
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And the Awards of Excellence judging begins...
CPRS
The CPRS National Office and Awards Committee would like to thank all of the CPRS members who submitted a communications campaign to the 2015 Awards of Excellence. Judging is now underway and the National Office is as eager to see the results as those who entered the awards program. CPRS National will officially announce the 2015 winners in a news release on Monday, May 4.
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L'évaluation des Prix d'excellence commence...
SCRP
Le Bureau national de la SCRP et le Comité des Prix désirent remercier tous les membres de la SCRP qui ont présenté une campagne de communication en vue des Prix d'excellence 2015. L'évaluation est maintenant en cours et le Bureau national a bien hâte de voir les résultats des participants au programme. La SCRP nationale annoncera officiellement les lauréats 2015 dans un communiqué de nouvelles le lundi 4 mai.
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PRK Exam Profile: Joe Groat
CPRS
Joe Groat is a man on the move. The native of Edson, roughly two hours west of Edmonton, recently graduated from the public relations program at Mount Royal University (MRU) in Calgary.

Joe currently works for Shell Canada Ltd. as a communications advisor, but it's the journey he took to get there that makes his story different from others.

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Are you LinkedIn or LinkedOut? 10 LinkedIn #HowTos
Stephen Waddington
Here are 10 suggestions from Russell Goldsmith about why and how you should be LinkedIn and not LinkedOut. Russell recently made the case to me that LinkedIn was a resurgent network for business-to-business. His arguments are compelling.
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The decline of journalism and the rise of public relations
The Washington Post
The decline in journalism created an extraordinary opportunity for corporate PR departments. News stories that portrayed products and companies in a favourable light were both more persuasive than traditional advertising and considerably cheaper.
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What is the future of journalism and public relations in the new media age?
CPRS
This subject will be tackled during the World Café on the first day of the Engagement + Impact public relations and communications conference.

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12 useless public relations terms
Forbes
It's time to think outside the box as we cross platform some thought leadership as we workshop our emotional intelligence into a next-generation digital strategy. Confused? You should be.

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Meet the newest CPRS Members with APRs
CPRS
The Canadian Public Relations Society Inc. (CPRS) is pleased to introduce Canada's newest accredited in public relations (APR) professionals. Fourteen CPRS members from across Canada successfully completed the requirements to become accredited members of the Society in 2014.

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Study: 68 per cent of journalists unhappy with corporate communications pitches
Forbes
In no small part, corporate communications and PR agency teams are to blame for journalists' increasing level of stress, a new survey reveals. Lazy PR practitioners send out ineffective emails and half-hearted pitches, most typically via email, for story opportunities they rarely expect to succeed.
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Russia, Ketchum end controversial 9-year public relations partnership
International Business Times
The public relations giant Ketchum is ending its nine-year representative relationship with the Russian Federation and the state-owned gas firm Gazprom for undisclosed reasons, according to PR Week, confirming speculation over the last year that the rising tensions between Russia and the West was making trouble for the Washington, D.C.-based firm. Ketchum, a subsidiary of the Omnicom Group, was hired by the Russian Federation in 2006 in preparation for a G8 summit in St. Petersburg that year and went on to handle much of Russia's image abroad.
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A cheat sheet for online content
PR Daily
If you're like most marketers in the digital age, you're probably constantly switching between venues. You probably also know that each of these venues requires a different approach to writing.
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Public Relations vs marketing: What's the difference?
Business 2 Community
Personification can be defined as the attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics to something nonhuman — relevant to this blog only because my uncaffeinated mind decided to personify both public relations and marketing on my way into work this morning.
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