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The media landscape is changing. Learn from news editors, reporters and public relations professionals on how to communicate more effectively in a digital age. Enjoy breakfast as local news leaders analyze the current state of the media industry and discuss the future of social media, fake news and developing technology. Then, engage in small group break-out sessions to hear from public relations pros who will give you the latest tips for identifying, crafting and delivering a compelling message that will get your business noticed.
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Hurricane Irma may have brought bleak weather, but it was the time to shine for PR professionals as they relayed important information to the community. At the September 20, 2017 meeting of Dick Pope/Polk County chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association,...read more
LAKELAND, Fla., August 29, 2017 - The Dick Pope/ Polk County chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association 2017/2018 board members were installed by State President Ryan Gerds, APR, CPRC at the August 17 meeting. The 2017/2018 Dick Pope/ Polk County FPRA board...read more
LAKELAND, Fla., August 29, 2017- Two awards were presented during the Florida Public Relations Association’s Dick Pope/ Polk County chapter meeting on August 16, 2017. The awards recognized outstanding chapter members. A summary of achievements and awards were...read more
The Florida Public Relations Association is dedicated to developing public relations practitioners who, through ethical and standardized practices, enhance the public relations profession in Florida.
To be Florida’s most respected public relations organization