Communicating in new dimensions

Clayton, Debbie
May 1996
Agri Marketing;May96, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p38
Trade Publication
Focuses on how information technology will transform agri-marketing communications agencies in the 21th century. Comments by leading agri-marketing officials; What role advertising and public relations will play in the cross-over to information technology; How the installation of a sophisticated video-conferencing system has improved company operations at Meyocks & Priebe. INSET: Internet innovations..


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