PRSA Announces Forum On "Death Of A Celebrity: A PR Nightmare?"
A local, national, and international media feeding frenzy was on
almost from the moment Anna Nicole Smith was found unconscious
at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood. Her
celebrity, questions surrounding how she died, and the status of
her infant daughter were just a few of the reasons Anna Nicole’s
passing continues to make news around the globe.
PRSA Gulfstream takes an inside look at the death of a celebrity
through the eyes of three people who were there. Learn how
public relations professionals and the press operate in crisis
mode and how situations can effectively be managed by
understanding what both sides want and need.
SPEAKERS: Gary Bitner -- Bitner Goodman
Matt Sedensky -- Associated Press
Tonya Alanez -- Sun-Sentinel
WHERE: Carter Park Recreation Center
1450 W. Sunrise Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, FL
WHEN: Thursday, March 22, 2007
11:30 A.M. -- networking; 12:00 P.M. -- lunch and program
COST: $20 -- PRSA members in advance; $30 -- non-members in advance;
$30 -- PRSA members at the door; $35 -- non-members at the door;
$15 -- students
WHY: PRSA Gulfstream is home to a diverse, dedicated and talented
group of public relations practitioners located primarily in
Broward County, Florida. Through compelling monthly
programming, the Chapter advances the profession by providing
members and other communicators a forum to improve skills,
knowledge, and value to their organization by learning
strategies and best practices from local and national experts.
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