4 ways the role of a journalist has evolved

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4 ways the role of a journalist has evolved
October 7th, 2018 View in browser
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Over the last decade, technology, society and culture have drastically changed not just the jobs journalists do, but how journalists do their jobs.

With these changes, PR pros must adapt to the current media landscape to connect with the right journalists to help tell stories for their companies and clients.

Read on for four of the top ways the role of a journalist has changed, and how these shifts impact their public relations counterparts, and check out some other popular blog posts from the past few weeks.

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