In the wake of the Bell Pottinger scandal, perhaps PR needs to reexamine its industry ethics.
Top media figures discussed how they maintain their authority amid allegations of fake news at a Communications Week panel on Thursday.
Facebook and Google reportedly worked with a right wing nonprofit during the 2016 presidential election to target swing states with anti-Muslim and anti-refugee messages.
The 'aggressive' rules promised by Twitter have been leaked and include greater action in response to user complaints.
Snap has announced a joint venture with media giant NBCUniversal to develop and produce shows for Snapchat.
Facebook has bought social polling app tbh, which invites users to anonymously answer good-natured multiple choice questions about friends, and then sends the answers to the subjects in the form of compliments.
Plus: The Producers Guild of America could vote to expel Harvey Weinstein on Monday.
Twitter has set out an "aggressive" new stance to its rules around inappropriate content on the social media network.
Thousands of women are swearing off the microblogging platform in support of actress Rose McGowan. Plus: a top Samsung executive quits and Uber fights for its driver's license in London.
At PRWeek's Swipe Right conference on Thursday, the social media star had harsh words for Snapchat.
Plus: Boxed.com founder Chieh Huang outlined how his brand plans to steal market share from Walmart and Amazon.
Blair Decembrele and Suzi Owens have been upped to director; and Blythe Yee was named VP.
Mark Zuckerberg conceded the hurricane-crippled island wasn't the best venue for Facebook to show off its VR technology. Plus: Trump in Pennsylvania, Uber's growing list of legal problems, and misery for U.S. soccer fans.
Snapchat has introduced a way for brands to include information such as reservation information, reviews, and contact details with Context Cards.
VaynerMedia CMO responds: "There's both risk and reward on social."
Plus: There's a rare consensus on gun control forming on Capitol Hill, and the Monopoly Man made a rare appearance in front of Congress. Plus: how not to act at a press conference, starring Cam Newton.
Need-to-know news for today: President Trump is set to visit Puerto Rico; Uber's chief executive is in London; and Equifax's CEO is on Capitol Hill. Plus: IBM's lobbying push on DACA.
Twitter is testing an extension of its character limit to 280 but this week continued to demonstrate the massive power of the existing platform, whether it is President Trump or Russian operatives trying to influence the national agenda.
Twitter is expanding its 140 character limit to 280 characters, but is this really what the social network needs?
Nasdaq is looking at whether to offload some of its products used by PRs, including the press release distribution service GlobeNewswire.
Newly installed editor-in-chief Joanne Lipman touts USA Today's investigative credibility and its network of 110 publications.
Editor-in-chief Susan Goldberg talks to Sean Czarnecki about running the historic National Geographic after being bought by 21st Century Fox and not trolling President Trump.
Dee Fabbricatore lifts the lid on an editorial approach that uses an algorithm to dictate the content her teams produce.
What to say when your agency colleague asks you for a reading recommendation... theskimm's cofounders chat with PRWeek about its smart but fun take on the news.
The veteran of Politico and The New York Times talks about his latest venture and how it's helping to establish a baseline truth for people in several industries.
Editor-in-chief Carolyn Kylstra, one of the architects behind BuzzFeed Health, chats with PRWeek about Self's mission in the age of 360 social experiences.
Gillian Tett, U.S. managing editor for the Financial Times chats with Sean Czarnecki about covering American politics and making sure print and online editorial teams play nicely.
Sam Bentley and Liam Harrington, aged 25 and 24, respectively, founded media brand Unilad two years ago and can now reach half of the world's Facebook users.
Media star Soledad O'Brien stepped out of the spotlight of national cable TV to work on content projects relating to social issues. Sean Czarnecki finds out about her new life as a contractor.
Kelly McEvers, co-host of NPR's All Things Considered, tells Sean Czarnecki about her podcast project, Embedded.