PR Council partners with NLP

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The News Literacy Project and the PR Council have announced a new partnership.

NLP founder and CEO Alan C. Miller told The Holmes Report, an industry newsletter, that NLP will train public relations agency staff how to spot “disruptive information” so they can in turn teach those lessons to their fellow PR professionals. The PR Council — a trade association comprising more than 100 agencies — will do its part to support the mission of news literacy by raising awareness of, and support for, NLP.

Said PR Council board member Anne Green: “We as PR professionals have a critical responsibility to speak up and act in building better literacy about the news, and all information. It’s critical to our industry and democracy.”

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