Launching this month on YouTube, the public relations channel PRNC TV provides first peek at new logo

A free service of the global newswire PR NewsChannel, THE channel for public relations tips and tricks is currently in pre-launch mode
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(PR NewsChannel) / February 18, 2013 / TAMPA, Fla. 

As a staff of reporters and editors gather material and gear up for the launch of PRNC TV later this month, today the public relations channel released a first look at its new logo.
The logo for the new PRNC TV, a free service of the global press release newswire PR NewsChannel, incorporates the PR and globe from the PR NewsChannel logo as well colors, to make it familiar and to help with branding. Other than that, the logo is decidedly distinctive.

Earlier this month in Las Vegas, PR NewsChannel announced the creation of PRNC TV, a PR oriented YouTube channel dedicated to presenting valuable and current information for all things public relations. A PRNC TV crew was on location in Las Vegas reporting for upcoming segments that will air on the PR YouTube channel.

“As the public relations practice evolves with technology, online media and gets more social, staying up-to-date has never been more vital to success,” says Glenn Selig (@GlennSelig), president and CEO of Selig Multimedia, Inc., which owns and operates PR NewsChannel. “YouTube can be so interactive and we believe a great vehicle to reach our target audience. We plan to use YouTube to the fullest extent to teach business and PR pros valuable and current information about all things public relations.”

Jessica Pajak reports for public relations channel PRNC TV

Jessica Pajak reports for YouTube public relations channel PRNC TV launching later this month.

Selig has been hands-on in the creation of this new channel. He spent many years as an award-winning TV journalist prior to creating Selig Multimedia, Inc., parent company to both PR NewsChannel and PRNC TV. 

With a mix of useful guidance and entertainment, and designed for amateurs and seasoned pros alike, the first-of-its-kind public relations YouTube channel will be “the newsroom for everything PR.”

Coinciding with the announcement, PRNC TV released a promotion video on YouTube.

“Topics on the PR oriented YouTube Channel will relate directly to public relations. PRNC TV will cover a variety of them—especially those that relate to press releases and PR 2.0,” says Jessica Pajak, a project manager at PR NewsChannel who will report segments for the public relations channel.

Tampa, Fla. headquartered PR NewsChannel (@prnewschannel) is the press release newswire that syndicates press releases online through the major search engines and partner websites. PR NewsChannel also distributes press releases via email to traditional media outlets and news gatekeepers in the U.S. and around the world.

The channel will include an interactive question and answer segment designed to give public relations advice to PR and business people, local and national business profiles of industry leaders, tips for aspiring PR professionals and original reporting from national conventions that cover everything from public relations to social media.

“Technology is the future of PR, and at PR NewsChannel, we’re leading the way,” says Selig.

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