More NewsNewsPage.com Chooses TheJelly As Public Relations AOR

NewsPage.com Chooses TheJelly As Public Relations AOR

NewsPage.com Inc., which deliverspersonalized news and information to business people over the Web, selected TheJelly PR as its public relationsagency of record.

NewsPage.com Inc., which delivers personalized news and information to business people over the Web, selected TheJelly PR as its public relations agency of record.

NewsPage.com is a wholly owned subsidiary of NewsEdge Corp. Billings were not disclosed.

“We needed a public relations partner that really ‘gets’ the Internet,” said Kathy Greenler, vice president of marketing for NewsPage.com. “We chose TheJelly because they creatively integrate the best of traditional and Internet PR to deliver breakthrough brand promotions.”

TheJelly, a full-service public relations agency and Internet PR studio, will develop PR strategies, tactics and creative promotions and consulting services.

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