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Tuning In: The Best Practices for Working with Connecticut Radio Stations

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Tuning  In: The Best Practices for Working with Connecticut Radio Stations

Time: February 24, 2011 from 11:30am to 1:30pm
Location: Quinnipiac University: Room 303 of the Rocky Top Student Center on the York Hill Campus
Street: 305 Sherman Avenue
City/Town: Hamden, CT
Website or Map: http://prsact.org/n/
Phone: 203-582-8652
Event Type: professional, development, training, presentation
Organized By: PRSA Southern CT Chapter
Latest Activity: Feb 21, 2011

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A panel discussion with local radio personalities and executives who will discuss the best ways to book your organizations on their programs as studio guests and news sources - organized by The Southern Connecticut Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.

The program will include: Ray Andrewsen, general manager and host of “The Morning Show” on AM 1220 WQUN of Hamden; Joey Bourgoin, a producer for WTIC-AM News Talk 1080 of Hartford; Matt Scott, news anchor at WPLR-FM of Milford, and Naomi Starobin, news director of WSHU-FM, the National Public Radio affiliate in Fairfield.

 

The fee for the program is $15 for PRSA members; $20 for non-members and $5 for students with a valid college identification card. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Networking starts at 11:30 a.m. To register, please contact Paula Fowler at 203-582-8652 or paula.fowler@quinnipiac.edu.

 

The Southern Connecticut Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America was formed to advance the public relations profession and the PR professional. The chapter represents a diverse group of mid- to senior-level professionals who are committed to enhancing the practice of public relations in Southern Connecticut. Professionals in the chapter represent advertising agencies, independent consultants, business and industry, government, hospitals and health care organizations, professional associations, education and nonprofit organizations. The chapter also has an association with the Quinnipiac University Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA). For more information, visit www.prsact.org or the Southern Connecticut Chapter of the Public Relations Society group on Facebook.com.

 

With more than 31,000 members, PRSA is the largest organization of public relations professionals and students. PRSA is comprised of 112 local chapters organized into 10 geographic districts; 14 professional interest sections that focus on issues, trends and research relevant to specialized practice areas, such as technology, health care, financial communications, entertainment and sports, and travel tourism; and the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), which has more than 300 chapters at colleges and universities in the United States and abroad. PRSA is headquartered in New York.

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