For example, a public relations practitioner can do first-edition gate-keeping before negative news about their organization is in print in newspapers in South Korea (Lee & Berkowitz, 2004).
What does PRP stand for?
PRP stands for Public Relations Practitioner
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 330 other definitions for PRP in our Acronym Attic
- Proportional Representation Party
- Proposed Regional Plan (New Zealand)
- Protease Resistant Protein
- Pseudo Random Permutation (computer science; cryptography)
- Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program
- Psychological Refractory Period
- Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program (various locations)
- Public Radio Partnership (Louisville, KY, public radio station)
- Public Relations & Promotion Group (Russian marketing communications agency)
- Public Relations Personnel (US Navy)
- Public Relations Project (various organizations)
- Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program
- Pulse Repetition Period
- Training and Procurement Division (US Navy)
- PlayRadioPlay! (band)
- Pacific Railroad Preservation Association (Portland, OR)
- Peel Regional Police Association (Mississauga, ON, Canada)
- Pennsylvania Rifle and Pistol Association
- Platte River Power Authority (Colorado & Wyoming)
- Polarization Reconfigurable Patch Antenna
Samples in periodicals archive:
Not many public relations practitioners can say they have sold donuts door-to-door or worked for Burson-Marsteller or served as press secretary to the majority leader of the U.
Public relations practitioners from around Texas gathered on Saturday, March 1, in Houston for TPRA's 2003 Silver Spur/Best of Texas Awards banquet -- the only statewide competition for Texas public relations professionals.
19 /PRNewswire/ -- Caught between opposing imperatives from superiors and/or clients -- to keep budgets down, yet to increase effectiveness -- public relations practitioners can still thrive in the years ahead, according to Patrick Jackson, PRSA fellow.
org) is an organization founded to serve senior-level public relations practitioners who meet monthly to hear high profile, speakers, share information and stay on top of trends in the industry, business and the community.
More particularly, how do we prepare the next generation of public relations practitioners for a world in which there may be no reporters on the telephone, company newsletters to churn out, intimidating policy manuals to follow, static job descriptions - perhaps not even a permanent work place?
The Detroit Chapter of the National Black Public Relations Society (NBPRS-Detroit) is committed to serving as a resource and a venue for black public relations practitioners and professional communicators throughout the Metropolitan Detroit area.
Politicians and public relations practitioners spring to mind.