PRWeek's most-viewed content of 2014

A rundown of the content, outside of news stories, that PRWeek readers viewed most often in 2014.

The list of PRWeek’s most viewed content from 2014 contains some of the usual suspects –PRWeek Award winners, the Power List, and 40 Under 40 – as well as a few surprises.

40 Under 40 2014: Heavy hitters
When it comes to being an influential leader, innovator, and pioneer in PR, age is just a number. PRWeek profiled 40 MVPs under the age of 40 who are already making their mark evolving comms to new heights.

Power List 2014: Power principals
Fifty power players who have the blueprint for effective global strategies as companies expand into new markets to increase growth and agencies promote their integrated business models.

Your call: Was State Farm right to pull its ad starring Rob Schneider?
Respondents to this poll swung the momentum back and forth for weeks. Eventually the answer, "I’m boycotting State Farm because of this," emerged as the winner.

PRWeek US Awards 2015 shortlist revealed
Winners will be announced at the Awards ceremony in New York on March 19, 2015.

The Innovation 50
PRWeek named 50 rising stars of tech PR and digital communications in the agency, in-house, and social media sectors.

Best Places to Work in US PR 2014
Organizations are working hard to create office environments that foster collaboration, promote team-building, provide a work-life balance, and help the environment.

PRWeek Awards 2014 Winners revealed
We won’t keep you in suspense. Agency of the Year awards were won by Beekeeper Group, ReviveHealth, Olson Engage, and FleishmanHillard – with Olson Engage taking home overall PR Agency of the Year.

The 20th World Cup: Social media strategies and brand war rooms
Brands went full throttle on their online channels for the World Cup, with some wondering if the tournament would be the high-water mark for social media.

Analysis: Malaysia Airlines’ mishandled response to the MH370 crisis  
The incident gave Malaysia Airlines’ communications operation an unprecedented challenge, but poor handling and information created a credibility gap.

Carpe Diem, cobbler’s children, and ethical dilemmas
This blog by editor-in-chief Steve Barrett looked at the aftermath of Edelman apologizing for a blog post an agency EVP wrote calling Robin Williams’ death "a Carpe Diem moment" for talking about mental health.

40 Under 40: Where are they now?
Catching up with Matthew Harrington, Bob Christie, Romina Rosado, and other former 40 Under 40 honorees from the past 15 years.

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