Publicasity's David Phillips and senior PR lecturer Philip Young launch online PR book

Publicasity's David Phillips and University of Sunderland senior PR lecturer Philip Young will launch the second edition of 'Online Public Relations' today.

Twitter: interview online at 2.30pm
Twitter: interview online at 2.30pm

The book, which is part of the CIPR 'PR in Practice' series, provides PR professionals with a guide to establishing a digital strategy in the current new media landscape.

In advance of the book’s launch, Phillips and Young will talk exclusively to PRWeek @PRWExtra in a live Twitter interview at 2.30pm today. (#PRWInterview)

The second edition is released eight years after the first.

Kogan Page are the book's publishers.

 

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