Meyer to star in PRWeek podcast

PRWeek has interviewed Press Complaints Commission (PCC) chairman Sir Christopher Meyer in the first of a new series of podcasts. In the exclusive interview, Meyer urges more PROs to use the commission.

He calls for practitioners in the industry to think of the PCC as a vehicle to air any grievances they might have with editors.

PRWeek subscribers can access the podcast at PRWeek.com from 6pm on 18 July and play it through their computer or download it to an MP3 player.

A View From the Top interview with Meyer will be published in next week's edition of PRWeek.

The podcast is part of a series to run throughout the year in which senior communications practitioners air their views on various aspects of the industry in extra, unpublished content that can only be accessed online.

The series is being produced by London-based CTN Communications.

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