Renee Wilson discusses how real-time engagement has reset the market. Digital technology is causing cultural shifts and consumers are demanding more instant information. She explains what this means for PR practitioners and how to manage these changing news channels. To stay relevant, you must meet the challenges of connecting with audiences in real time, leading engagement and moving business forward.

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