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Working with Connecticut’s TV Network Affiliates

Time: March 30, 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://www.quinnipiac.edu/x28…
Phone: 203-582-5359
Event Type: professional, development, training, presentation
Organized By: PRSA Southern CT Chapter
Latest Activity: Mar 11, 2011

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Representatives from Connecticut’s four network affiliates will take part in a panel discussion on the best ways public relations professionals can work with television stations at the next program sponsored by the Southern Connecticut Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.

Emma Asante, community projects director for WVIT-TV, Channel 30; George Colli, the New Haven-based reporter for WTIC-TV, Channel 61; Robert Goulston, the New Haven-based reporter for WFSB-TV, Channel 3; and Shannon Kane, assignment manager for WTNH-TV, Channel 8, are scheduled to take part in the discussion, which will take place from 12-1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 30, in Room 303 of the Rocky Top Student Center on the York Hill Campus of Quinnipiac University, 305 Sherman Avenue, Hamden. Networking and registration starts at 11:30 a.m.

The fee for the program is $15 for members; $20 for non-members and $5 for students. No shows will be invoiced unless 24 hour notice is given. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. 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.

PRSA is the world’s largest organization for public relations professionals. Its nearly 20,000 members, organized into 117 chapters, represent business and industry, technology, counseling firms, government, associations, hospitals, schools, professional services firms and nonprofit organizations. Chartered in 1947, PRSA seeks to advance the standards of the public relations profession and provide members with professional development opportunities through continuing education programs, information exchange forums and, national and local research projects.

For more information contact:
John W. Morgan
Associate Vice President for Public Relations
Quinnipiac University
203-582-5359 (office)
203-206-4449 (cell)

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