PR pros are set for a busy few months as CEOs return from holiday asking their communications teams to prepare proactive plans to address what happens if they get "Trumped".
Facebook has been dragged over the coals for not cracking down on the spread of fake news on its platform more quickly.
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Whether it was celebrity deaths or the presidential election that got them down, many communicators want to put 2016 behind them. What are you planning to improve next year?
This year's batch of shortlisted submissions are a particularly strong group of contenders across the board.
PRWeek asked 10 communications leaders what they focused on in 2016 and what they're looking forward to next year.
Chief storytellers. Black Lives Matter. Executive Twitter feuds. And pets. PRWeek's 11 most-read stories of 2016.
President-elect Donald Trump also named Hope Hicks and Dan Scavino to top White House communications roles.2 comments
Brands are taking advantage of the rare opportunity to take up several hours of consumers' time this holiday season.
No one will forget 2016 in a hurry, on so many levels. But what lessons should the communications sector take from a turbulent 12 months and how is the political and business landscape going to shake out in 2017?
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