PR Week is older, but it’s looking better than ever

PR Week marks its 15th anniversary this week with a magazine redesign and a special supplement charting the history of the PR industry and its trade magazine since 1984.

PR Week marks its 15th anniversary this week with a magazine

redesign and a special supplement charting the history of the PR

industry and its trade magazine since 1984.



PR Week has expanded its news coverage and now includes a media news

section covering both terrestrial and on-line media. A media analysis

slot has been added to provide a detailed breakdown of specific media

sectors, and one-to-ones with key editors about their plans for their

titles, programmes or sites.



Opinion pieces including Sir Bernard Ingham’s column and the Big

Question have been relocated to the centre of the magazine, alongside

the news analysis and an expanded letters section.



The bigger, brighter campaigns section now includes a new weekly web

watch feature in which PR Week examines how issues of the day are being

handled on-line.



The anniversary supplement includes profiles of the leading lights of

PR, campaigns that influenced the development of PR, analysis of PR’s

relationship with the City and a review of the top PR stories of the

last 15 years.



Leader, p8.



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