Stop Press: Journalists say ’no’ to follow-up calls

Seventy-one per cent of journalists questioned in a new survey said they would prefer not to get follow-up calls after receiving news releases, while 64 per cent said PR companies were most useful for forging contact with opinion-formers. The poll of 30 journalists was carried out by Shire Hall Communications.

Seventy-one per cent of journalists questioned in a new survey said

they would prefer not to get follow-up calls after receiving news

releases, while 64 per cent said PR companies were most useful for

forging contact with opinion-formers. The poll of 30 journalists was

carried out by Shire Hall Communications.



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