Conversations at the Intersection of PR, Traditional & New Media

Blacklisting PR Pros

Internationally there is this start of a trend among journalists
blacklisting PR Pros, who were essentially spamming their mail boxes by
random pitching.

My question of the day is how you would react if your organization was put
on one of these lists. Also, what best practices could be done to prevent
getting put on these lists? And how many of you ask the reporter how they
like to be pitched — why or why not?

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