Why public relations is more public than ever

Some people believe public relations is a dying profession because of the rise of social media and the decline of traditional media gatekeepers. But Mia Wedgbury disagrees, arguing that today's PR simply helps businesses communicate directly with the public, rather than going through a media filter. Technology may evolve, but "there will always be a need for professional business communication between companies and the public," she writes.

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