pr blotter

May 2004
Public Relations Tactics;May2004, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p4
Trade Publication
Offers public relations profession-related news briefs as of May 2004. Findings of a study about the state and quality of journalism in the U.S.; Result of a survey conducted by London, England-based Plain English Campaign about the need to use plain English for public information and effective communication; Increase in the number of Americans over 65-years-old who are using the Internet.


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