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Media 101 with Diane Alverio

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Media 101 with Diane Alverio

Time: September 30, 2011 from 9:30am to 1:30pm
Location: Quinnipiac University - Ed McMahon Communications Center
Street: 275 Mt. Carmel Ave
City/Town: Hamden
Website or Map: http://www.quinnipiac.edu/x28…
Phone: 203-285-2127
Event Type: professional, development, &, training
Organized By: Public Relations Society of America - So. CT Chapter
Latest Activity: Sep 16, 2011

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Don't miss this chance to learn how to maximize your media opportunities and relationships in this special two session presentation:

9:30 am Training on Do's and Don'ts of Media
11:30 am Break & Lunch
12:30 pm On-camera Practice Sessions

Cost for PRSA members: $15 per session or $25 for both sessions; cost for non-members: $20 per session or $35 for both sessions; cost for students $5 per session. Lunch included; free parking in QU visitor parking lot. RSVP by 9/28/2011 to Evelyn Gard 203-285-2127 or egard@gwcc.commnet.edu.

A former journalist, Diane Alverio is Principal of D. Alverio & Co. in Hartford. She and her team work extensively with nonprofit clients on public relations campaigns, public policy issues, creating and implementing strategic communications plans and crisis communications.

Event is sponsored by the Southern CT Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America - on the web at www.prsact.org.

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