DWPub and TechJPR share a passion for bridging the PR/journalist divide
DWPub has today taken over the running of TechJPR, one of the world’s largest technology media networking groups.
Founded by Andrew Lim in 2007, the TechJPR community includes people from major media and tech organisations such as The Financial Times, from board members down to account executives, freelancers and interns. By providing full-time resources DWPub will build upon what has been achieved by many dedicated TechJPR volunteers from the world of technology journalism and PR.
Andrew said: “DWPub and TechJPR share a passion for bridging the PR/journalist divide. TechJPR has grown to a substantial network and DWPub has the resources and understanding to help it fulfil its potential.”
Daryl Willcox, former journalist and founder of DWPub, said: “We’ll continue to work closely with members to stay true to the spirit of the TechJPR community while we look for ways to provide more. From events like the annual SourceWire Christmas Press Party at the Cheshire Cheese pub we understand these commitments are not about us – they’re about the community they serve. And we take on this responsibility with pride.”
Max Tatton-Brown, who has been closely involved with the running of TechJPR in the last 18 months, will continue to provide guidance to the group.
TechJPR will return with more news on its next event in the near future. In the meantime, sign up to the newsletter to be the first to hear more.
DWPub (www.dwpub.com) helps PR professionals, organisations and the media connect, collaborate and tell stories more effectively every day. Launched in 1997, the company connects journalists and public relations professionals to create opportunities for timely, relevant press coverage. The DWPub Media Suite includes the FeaturesExec Media Database, ResponseSource Enquiry Service, SourceWire News Distribution and the JournalistDirectory Freelance Database. Over 2,500 companies use DWPub’s media relations services, including around 120 of the top 150 PR Companies. DWPub - making media communications easy.
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TechJPR (formerly UKTJPR) was founded in 2007 by Andrew Lim, Kate Hyslop and Lauren McGregor. It is one of the largest technology media communities in the UK and hosts regular networking events as well an active presence on the major social media platforms.
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