CPRL 225 : Social and Traditional Media Relations
Organizations must communicate with diverse publics against the background of a rapidly changing media landscape. With the increasing presence of digital (including social) media, publics are both fragmenting and coalescing in new ways. This course will cover the context, theory and best practices that are evolving as a result.
PrerequisitesCPRL223: Basics of Public RelationsCPRL214: Applied Public Relations Methods 1
|This Course Is Not Offered During Spring/Summer 2015 Term|
|This Course Is Not Offered During Fall 2015 Term|
|Available Section(s) for Winter 2016 Term|
|The tentative timetable is not yet available for the Spring/Summer 2016 Term|