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Press reacts to White House barring news outlets from briefing

Press reacts to White House barring news outlets from briefing

Several prominent news organizations were blocked from a press briefing with Sean Spicer on Friday afternoon.

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Media literacy is the social issue of our time

Media literacy is the social issue of our time

An increasingly put-upon media has started to retaliate against President Trump's fake news accusations, led by The New York Times with its 'hard truth' campaign - it is in the best interests of everyone in PR to join this effort.

Your call: Is a Oscars political statement worth the risk?

Your call: Is a Oscars political statement worth the risk?

Is making a political statement at the Oscars a smart bet for brands? Vote below or tweet at @PRWeekUS with your opinion.

Tech sector leads corporate pushback against trans student reversal

Tech sector leads corporate pushback against trans student reversal

Apple, Microsoft, and Salesforce were among the companies that expressed their displeasure with the White House's decision to roll back protections for transgender students on Wednesday night.

Fanbytes' Timothy Armoo: Debunking 3 Snapchat myths

Fanbytes' Timothy Armoo: Debunking 3 Snapchat myths

Here are three misconceptions brands have about Snapchat. Why they're wrong.

5 facts about new White House communications director Mike Dubke

5 facts about new White House communications director Mike Dubke

Meet the man who will be leading communications for the Trump White House.

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Edelman slowdown highlights continued agency revolution

Edelman slowdown highlights continued agency revolution

As the world's largest PR firm reports its lowest annual growth for seven years, everyone in the agency sector is retooling for an integrated and converged future in a bid to avoid becoming marginalized.

Facebook revamps Trending section amid fake news fight

Facebook revamps Trending section amid fake news fight

Announced in January, the changes were rolled out on Thursday. Facebook is hoping they cut down on the amount of fake news shared via the section.

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1-800-Flowers finds out what happens when a brand gets on the wrong side of a pro wrestler

1-800-Flowers finds out what happens when a brand gets on the wrong side of a pro wrestler

WWE wrestler Chris Jericho added 1-800-Flowers to his "list" after what he thought was shoddy customer service.

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Twitter reacts: Why did Disney work with PewDiePie in the first place?

Twitter reacts: Why did Disney work with PewDiePie in the first place?

Disney cut ties with PewDiePie this week after he posted videos containing anti-Semitic content. However, Twitter users questioned why the family friendly entertainment giant worked with the outrageous YouTube star in the first place.

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