Your Chance to Hear from Local TV News Directors
Come hear about the state of TV news on Wednesday, November 13, at The Warehouse! KOAA’s news director Ryan Hazelwood and KRDO reporter Dani Fried are confirmed so far. Our panelists will talk about what’s new, what’s changing and what challenges their industry is facing. They’ll also offer their perspective on how PR can partner with media in today’s climate and culture. Pay online or RSVP to pay at the door.
And please save the date for our December Holiday Mixer at The Warehouse on Monday, December 2, between 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Are You Interested in Serving with Our Board of Directors in 2020?
A nominating committee is in the process of recommending a slate to be put before our membership for a vote in November. If you’re interested in being considered, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, November 8.
Help a Student Out
Christina Mascarenas, a former member of our chapter, is doing an M.A. in Journalism with an emphasis in Strategic Communications: Public Relations at the University of Missouri.
She’s looking to interview government public information officers for her graduate project. Interviews will be conducted between January and March 2020 and will be semi-structured. You can take part in them over the phone or on Skype. Your name and agency and responses will be kept anonymous.
Please email Christina at email@example.com for more information.
Not a PRSA Member Yet? The Best Promotion of the Year Ends on Oct. 31
For only a few more days, those joining the PRSA will receive a free one-year membership to the Pikes Peak PRSA chapter, a free one-year section membership and a free initiation fee. Use the promo code FALL19 at https://www.prsa.org/membership/join-or-renew.
Crisis Communications Workshop a Success
Before closing, I want to thank everyone who joined us for our crisis communications workshop earlier this month! I want to especially express appreciation for our speakers: Fred Morgan, Chris Valentine, Amy Sufak, Kim Melchor and Bill Fortune. We heard great feedback from attendees who shared they walked away with practical crisis communications takeaways from all of the presentations. And KRDO stopped by to cover the event.
I hope to see you on November 13!
Andrew Montgomery, APR
President, Pikes Peak PRSA