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Public Relations Writing, Lesson 10


      The subject in this lesson is Research and Fact-Finding -- how you develop the basic information you need to begin your PR writing.

      In this course, most of the time, I'm spoon-feeding you the basic information. Of course, in the real world you will have to develop that information yourself. No one will give you a one-page list of essentials about the "From the Heart" food drive, or the "Flipped" information.

      There are several different dimensions of research for PR writing -- and though we're concentrating on one type, you need to know about the rest.

      Now, go on to Lesson Ten.

      Keep up the good work,


      Alton Miller

      altonmiller@mail.com