Guide to Managing Media and Public Relations in the Linux Community
by Sheldon Rose
Publisher: Linux Professional Institute 2005
This document is intended for people who want to learn practical and cost-effective ways to raise the profile of an organization or promote new programs. This guide provides useful information on how to generate positive public relations and news media coverage for Linux. By no means does the guide intend to teach all there is to know about public and media relations, but it does support you in building and maintaining a healthy public image.
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