Florida Public Relations Association Jacksonville Chapter invites you to attend its annual Media Summit and power networking event being held at the WJCT Studios on Wednesday, September 24 from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m.

The FPRA Media Summit is FPRA’s biggest event of the year.  This year’s summit will feature three expert panels packed with the area’s most notable editors, managers, publishers, writers, reporters and bloggers.

The panel discussions will be co-moderated by former journalist Abel Harding and WJCT’s Melissa Ross, host of First Coast Connect.

Annual FPRA, Jacksonville Chapter Media Summit
Moderated by Melissa Ross, host of WJCT’s First Coast Connect and former journalist, Abel Harding

Wednesday, September 24, 2014
3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

WJCT Gallery – Panel Discussions
WJCT Gallery – Reception
(complimentary wine and hors d’oeuvres)
100 Festival Park Ave.


Entry to the 2014 Media Summit includes the power panel sessions as well as the cocktail reception with delicious eats by 927 Events, chocolate dipped fruit from Edible Arrangements at Duval Station and an open bar.
Yes, the wine, beer and food are INCLUDED in your admission price! No need to bring cash.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear the state of the media in Jacksonville from the experts. And afterwards, you’ll have a chance to network with your friends in the PR and media industry. We always pack the crowd with your favorite journalists, who always attend for free.

Cost (follow the link to register at Eventbrite):
$50 for FPRA members
$60 for non-members
$25 for students (with student I.D.)


Last year’s Media Summit was a sold out affair, so get your tickets early. Walk-ups are not guaranteed admission. All registrants are required to pay, whether they attend or not.

RSVP by Wednesday, September 17, $10 late fee will be added to each registration after midnight on Wednesday, September 17


Thank You To Our Event Sponsors:


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One Spark, founded in 2013 in Jacksonville, Florida, provides a platform to connect great ideas with the resources to make them happen. One Spark grew by leaps and bounds from year one to year two, with 260,000 attendees, 610 creator projects, over $363,000 handed out in crowdfunding and cash awards and $3.25 million on the table in potential capital investment at One Spark 2014 in April.

Join the Jacksonville Chapter of FPRA on Tuesday, June 24 for an exciting program about One Spark and the story behind the World’s Crowdfunding Festival. Meredith Johnson, National Outreach, Public Relations & Volunteer Services Manager will provide an overview of One Spark and the secrets of their continuous growth and outstanding success in Jacksonville. She will also address some of the key strategies in crowd funding and the future of One Spark internationally.

FPRA Members: $15
Non-members: $20
Students: $15

Tuesday, June 24, 2014 11:30 AM  - 1:00 PM

Radisson Hotel Butler Blvd.
4700 Salisbury Road, Jacksonville, Florida 32256

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