Exciting news, folks! PR Newswire relaunched its media-only site, PR Newswire for Journalists.
What this means for you, if you’re a blogger, content creator, or journalist: There’s a new look, feel, and host of new features available to help you with your writing. And, for the social media savvy professional, you’ll notice the new site allows you to share content and use multimedia images in a much faster and easier way.
If you’re already familiar with PR Newswire for Journalists, it’s important to note that all current profiles, newsfeeds, and email preferences will stay intact.
Some of the new features include the ability to instantly customize a newsfeed from a search. We also have a community page, where you can check out industry job listings and media moves.
Want an optimized view of the site on your cell phone and/or tablet? You got it.
Finally, and as a member of the blog community here, I’m proud to announce PR Newswire features a new blog on PRNJ called Beyond Bylines.
The blog serves as a journalist- and blogger-focused destination, in terms of content and will include tips, trends, columns, and other information. Expect this inaugural first week to include posts highlighting each of the new features on PR Newswire for Journalists. (Incidentally, if you follow my blog reviews on PR Newswire for Bloggers, you’ll now find they will make their way over to the Beyond Bylines blog.
Want to see more? We have a snazzy new video of the site.
Christine Cube is a media relations manager for PR Newswire and freelance writer. She’s pretty thrilled about the new PR Newswire for Journalists that she dedicated this post to it. Take a gander, and let us know what you think @BeyondBylines.