When I began my public relations career at Sacred Heart, my relationship with The Times-Picayune was typically with community news, photography and education. When I entered the agency world, those media contacts broadened, commensurate with the more sophisticated needs of clients. I adjusted.
Likewise, today’s media landscape has evolved, with stories told through a myriad of platforms. Change is inevitable. This month begins a new page in local media, with The New Orleans Advocate/The Times-Picayune’s combined history of over 360 years. This issue of The New Orleans 100 pays tribute to the past while anticipating the future.