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Kissing Cousins or Mortal Enemies :- A Panel Discussion hosted by IABC Barbados in association with CARILEC

Posted by Pamala Proverbs on Mar 16, 2011 12:55:16 PM
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Media Relations plays a key role in the corporate communicator's ability to deliver messages to the public. But what's the true nature of our relationship? Is it one of shared goals or conflicting ones? Can we be close, or should we keep our distance? Who needs whom the most?

Richard Thomas, VP Communications IABC Barbados

Come out and share your views as we explore the relationship. Be heard. And also hear what some of the island's top news gatherers have to say:

Kaymar Jordan, Editor-In-Chief, The Nation
Roy Morris, Editor-In-Chief, Barbados Today
Emmanuel Joseph, President, the Barbados Association of Journalists

Also featuring from St.Lucia: Roger Joseph, Corporate Communications Manager of the St. Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC).

Admission:

Savannah Hotel, Thursday March 17 at 6:30

IABC, BAJ & PRSA Members - $30.00
Non-members - $40.00

This panel discussion is being hosted by International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Barbados, in conjunction with The Caribbean Electric Utility Service Corporation (CARILEC).

Topics: public relations, iabc, barbados press, PRMR Inc, panel discussion, blog, barbados media, barbados, journalism, carilec, international association of business communicator, Perspectives, iabc barbados

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