PRWeek TV: The 'wall of noise' and the changing comms of banking

A 'wall of noise' around the issue of banks is stopping any reputational progress, it has been claimed.

With the banking sector in the middle of bonus season and the Libor scandal rolling on, this week’s PRWeek TV looks at whether any reputational progress has been made in the sector.

Discussing the issue is Newgate Communications director Andrew Robinson and Lansons Communcations director Ralph Jackson, who claimed that ‘a wall of noise’ over the past year continues to plague the industry.

The podcast is produced in association with Markettiers4DC.

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