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Feb 17 2014

Visit the Newly Revamped PR Newswire for Journalists

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Exciting news, folks! We have relaunched our media-only site, PR Newswire for Journalists.

Effective this morning, PRNJ has a new look and feel to it.

For those of you already familiar with the site, all current profiles, newsfeeds, and email preferences will stay intact.

Among the new features is 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.

You also now have an optimized view of the site on your cell phone and/or tablet.

Finally, and as a member of this blog community here, I'm proud to announce PR Newswire features a new blog on PRNJ called Beyond Bylines.

The blog is journalist- and blogger-focused, in terms of content and will include tips, trends, columns, and other information. Expect this first week of the new site to include posts highlighting each of the new features there.

Blog reviews featured on PR Newswire for Bloggers also will make their way over to the new PRNJ blog. (Follow us @BeyondBylines.)

Want to see more? We have a video on the new site.

Christine Cube is a media relations manager for PR Newswire and freelance writer. Give her a holler, if you have any questions.

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