PR and marketing professionals are being invited to discuss and hear about the ever-changing media landscape.

Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) Cymru Wales is holding the event to help those in PR and marketing understand communication methods and how they help brands succeed.

In recent years, media access has changed thanks to a rise in social media and digital, which means news can be accessed anywhere at any time. Attendees will be able to share the challenges they face and pose their questions to a panel of industry of experts.

On the panel are Shane Brennan, a reporter working for the Local Democracy Reporting scheme; Philip Robinson, a former Evening Leader journalist who now runs his own blogging company; and Anthony Bullick, managing director of digital PR agency Outwrite PR.

Anthony Bullick, whose agency has won and been shortlisted for multiple industry awards, said: “Although newspaper and magazine sales have declined, many media outlets have established their brand online and people still view them as a trusted source of information – they just access the information in a different way.

“It is fantastic that CIPR Cymru Wales is supporting its members with these events. This will be the third event in North Wales this year that has given PR professionals access to training, development and networking.”

The CIPR enables members to expand their knowledge through courses and training, whilst offering business support and networking opportunities.

The event will take place at Ruthin County Hall on Friday 6 December from 9:30am until 11am. To book tickets, visit