Perth gets to see top PR pros in action

by Lee Hopkins on June 18, 2007 · 0 comments

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As media ownership in WA concentrates and election fever sets in, how will communications professionals make their messages heard and keep their issues in check?

Hear how the top of class in Perth comms are tackling the challenges at the Resourceful Public Affairs seminar

9am – 1pm, Friday August 31, Novotel Langley, Perth

Speakers include:

  • John Arthur, director, Government Media Office

  • Libby Lyons, director of government and public relations, Alcoa

  • Ted Bull, presenter, Statewide Afternoons, ABC WA

  • John Flint, Walkley-winning journalist, The Sunday Times

  • Sheryl Fewster, director of media and public affairs, Tourism WA

  • Barry Thornton, director of communications, Australian Medical Association WA

  • Gary Stocks, communications director, The West Coast Eagles (subject to availability)

Covering:

  • issues and crisis management: when media holds a pitchfork
  • hook, line and thinker: attracting media coverage
  • stakeholder relations: overcoming the challenges

Who should attend?
practitioners of: public affairs, media relations, corporate communications, public relations, shareholder communications and investor relations

To register visit http://publicaffairs.alliance.org.au/news/latest/perth-seminar.html or phone 1300 656 513

Sadly I won’t be attending, but I will be in Perth on 26th July for the State Conference of the PRIA in WA; more details on that as they come to hand!


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