Media relations may be defined as a process of public relations to accomplish maximum media coverage of organisational activities as a measure to create knowledge among the stakeholders and gain their understanding and acceptance. Good media relations are created and maintained only by providing newsworthy and trustworthy information of public interest in an atmosphere of mutual respect and candour between an organisation and the media.
The systematically organised book, written in 'teach yourself' style with clear illustrations, gives a thorough understanding of the various aspects of media relations. The main distinguishing feature of the book is the inclusion of numerous case studies to help students understand the concepts better and learn how theory is applied in practice. Also, the book enables the students to write good press releases and utilise broadcast media, Internet and social media. Thus, it helps its readers to become an effective media relations manager. The book is a must-read text for the postgraduate students of mass communication, public relations, journalism and business management disciplines. Moreover, it is of immense value for the HR professionals.
• MA (Public Relations/Communication and Journalism/Mass communication)
• PG Diploma (Advertising and Public Relations/Advertising, PR & Digital Media/Public Relations & Corporate Communication)