STOP PRESS: Journalists will demand executive access

Web-literate journalists of the future will no longer tolerate interference from press officers and will demand direct unfettered access to senior executive staff, predicts a survey of 40 senior business editors from all over the world by Echo Research.

Web-literate journalists of the future will no longer tolerate

interference from press officers and will demand direct unfettered

access to senior executive staff, predicts a survey of 40 senior

business editors from all over the world by Echo Research.



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