So you want to host a travel journalist

Travel journalists, more than ever these days, come in all shapes and sizes. We have our share of prima donnas, snobs and princes/princesses, but the majority of genuine travel journalists just want to get the job done responsibility and respectfully.

The new wave of social media practitioners means that there is an even wider range of skill sets, personalities and experience all requiring their own considerations for PR hosts.

The Australian Society of Travel Writers, where I have been a member for more than a decade, have issued their own guidelines for PRs wishing to host media.

If you have your own observations or advice, we'd love to hear from you. Please comment below.

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