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SOCIAL MEDIA HAS CHANGED THE DYNAMICS OF PUBLIC RELATION: SHAHANKA PATTNAIK

SOCIAL MEDIA HAS CHANGED THE DYNAMICS OF PUBLIC RELATION: SHAHANKA PATTNAIK Featured

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Dhenkanal,01/02/19:The Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) Dhenkanal organised a Roundtable conference on 'Social Media as a PR Tool' in association with Public Relation Society of India (PRSI)’s Bhubaneswar chapter here on Friday. Addressing the budding journalists, Shahanka Pattnaik, AVP of Aditya Birla Group highlighted the important role played by social media in the democratic society. 

He said, “In our profession three stakeholders used to be quite important, politicians, bureaucracy and journalists. But with the emergence of social media, common people are having a much more important role. Apart from that, social media has made it is easier to collect and circulate important information.” 

Chief Manager of PPL Sudhi Ranjan Mishra, in his deliberation said, “Recently we have come across incidents where big shots have faced huge backlashes on social media for their careless actions and statements. Managing the media and getting away with such deplorable actions are not possible now.” 

Speaking on this occasion, senior media academician Professor Subir Ghosh said, "Until the arrival of social media, common people were at the receiving end of the mass communication process. Social media has led to the democratization of mass media. More than a medium of communication, it has become a tool for empowerment. Today, every news reader can publish his own opinion and his version of the truth,” he said. 

He also expressed his concerns regarding this trend. He said, “However, this brings us to a tricky situation as the speed and diversity of this medium makes it extraordinarily powerful. And the common people, who have acquired this power, don't always have a sense of responsibility. Hence, with strategic use of social media, organisations, and individuals can not only protect their interests but also establish their version truth.” 

AGM of JSPL group and PRSI’s Secretary Sanjay Sahoo said, “These days people receive more news from their social media feed than mainstream media these days. This is definitely a step towards empowerment of the common people.” 

The annual magazines of the institute, and wall magazines, containing literary works of the current batch students were released on this occasion. Students of the premier media institute produce such magazines every year. Regional Director of the Institute Prof. Dr. Mrinal Chhatterjee also addressed the students.

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