Thursday November 6, 2003

Thursday November 6, 2003

mediaposts.com is just the job for the UK

PR Press Network launches mediaposts.com, a free jobs board for the UK media industry.

Contact: Tracey Hopkin
PR Press Network, owner/operator
mailto:tracey@prpn.com
http://www.prpn.com

The PR Press Network – a provider of free services and tools for the UK’s media industry – has launched mediaposts.com (http://www.mediaposts.com), a free jobs board for the UK media industry.

“Like AgencyWire – which we launched last month – mediaposts.com was a logical extension of our sites and services,” said PR Press Network owner/operator Tracey Hopkin. “We’ve seen a healthy, steady, month-on-month increase in traffic to our other sites, much of which comes from journalists and broadcasting professionals, so it makes complete sense to offer them this new jobs board.”

The PR Press Network already operates prposts.com (http://www.prposts.com), a free jobs board for the UK public relations industry. Not only is it free to use both prposts.com and mediaposts.com, explained Hopkin, but also users are free to post to both and may see their job ads distributed via other sites in the network, including prtalk.com (http://www.prtalk.com) and AgencyWire (http://www.agencywire.com).

The new jobs board is the latest introduction to a range of services that also includes newsnext.com (http://www.newsnext.com), a free editorial forward planning tool; and ClickProfiles (http://www.clickprofiles.com), a directory of links to newsworthy UK company profiles. The PR Press Network also plans to launch ReachRadio (http://www.reachradio.co.uk), a provider of radio-friendly content; and SimpleScout (http://www.simplescout.co.uk), a one-stop location scouting service before the end of 2003, said Hopkin.

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About the PR Press Network

The PR Press Network is a provider of free media services. Launched in May 2003, its first websites were newsnext.com, prposts.com and prfinder.com. The PR Press Network has more in the pipeline for the remainder of 2003 and into 2004.

More info about the sites can be found at http://www.prpn.com/sites.html

While the sites and services have a clear UK focus, international users are encouraged to use the sites and the PR Press Network has plans to offer its services to a more international audience by the end of 2003.

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http://www.prpn.com

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