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Public relations practitioner praises ST for being as good as New Nation

Posted on 16 February 2014

He said ST’s coverage of Serina Wee is as exhaustive as New Nation’s.

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Whole post stolen from here

A public relations practitioner, S Rani, has written to The Straits Times to congratulate them for their excellent coverage of Serina Wee that rivals New Nation‘s in-depth analyses.

S Rani, who obviously does not want to be named because PR is such a shady business, resorted to using a shortened name when she wrote in saying:

“The gravity of the reportage of the City Harvest trial has been eclipsed by the media circus surrounding the fashion sense of one of the accused Serina Wee. Sadly, The Straits Times virtually appears to be encouraging this. As a public relations practitioner, I am always mindful and constantly reminding my clients that ST will not promote or endorse individuals or products in their editorials. How do I then justify the exception made by this article (Ex-finance manager goes into fashion business, Jan 15)? Why provide free advertising and publicity for a suspect in a corruption case. Is the article newsworthy?”

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