FIR Interview: Martin Murray, Public Service New Hampshire

FIR correspondent Dan York interviews Martin Murray, primary spokesperson for utility Public Service New Hampshire, about the use of social media as a communication channel during a recent ice storm.

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imageMartin Murray is the Senior Corporate News Representative at Public Service of New Hampshire (PSNH), the Granite State’s largest electric utility.  He is responsible for maintaining positive relations with members of the media and serves as the company’s chief spokesperson. He also manages content for the company’s website, and has worked to provide opportunities for customers to interact online with PSNH through the use of social media tools.

Martin served previously as the New Hampshire Bar Association Public Outreach Coordinator, and as News Director at New Hampshire Public Radio from 1988 - 1992.

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