DIARY: Bulldogs are not known for brains

’Media Relations 2000,’ a conference jointly sponsored by Bulldog Reporter and PRNewswire scheduled for today and tomorrow in New York, sounds like a natural for a magazine of our ilk to cover. It has panels on healthcare PR, guest speakers a-plenty and, we presume, handfuls of finger food.

’Media Relations 2000,’ a conference jointly sponsored by Bulldog Reporter and PRNewswire scheduled for today and tomorrow in New York, sounds like a natural for a magazine of our ilk to cover. It has panels on healthcare PR, guest speakers a-plenty and, we presume, handfuls of finger food.

’Media Relations 2000,’ a conference jointly sponsored by Bulldog

Reporter and PRNewswire scheduled for today and tomorrow in New York,

sounds like a natural for a magazine of our ilk to cover. It has panels

on healthcare PR, guest speakers a-plenty and, we presume, handfuls of

finger food.



The media, however, are not among the people welcome at the

conference.



’We’re not doing any press passes, and besides, we’re sold out,’

explained a helpful soul at the show’s information number. So, wait,

press passes were available before the meeting sold out? A pause. ’We’re

not doing any press passes. That’s all there is.’



So much for media relations.



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