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BuzzFeed is laying the groundwork for a 2018 initial public offering, according to Axios.
The airline defended its decision on social media Sunday, saying the passengers were "pass travelers" representing the company.
Google UK has awarded a lucrative account for work on its smartphone, Gmail service and other products to the agency Nelson Bostock, and handed Ogilvy PR an expanded brief, PRWeek has learned.
Concerns about ads appearing next to inappropriate content on YouTube and Facebook's woes around fake news highlight the fact that, while tech is a prime driver of modern marketing and communications, machines are not perfect yet.
Twitter is considering a paid, premium service aimed at businesses and power users as it searches for revenue growth in the face of stagnating user numbers.
Twitter is surveying users about what they'd like to see in a paid-for version of TweetDeck.
Coca-Cola is ditching its weekly UK YouTube shows in favour of a more "nimble" digital content strategy.
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Huntsworth's losses narrowed in 2016 thanks to a strong performance from the holding company's health comms arm, and despite a "difficult" year for Grayling, whose like-for-like revenue fell 17.4 per cent.
MSNBC host unveils details of President's 2005 tax returns on Tuesday night show.
Jeremy Galbraith has stepped down as Burson-Marsteller EMEA chief executive after 22 years at the agency.
Dori Pasternak-Busell is leading the firm's U.S. practice in New York.
Giving photographers the power to post has given National Geographic an Instagram following of 72 million.
Rather than putting outside experts and influencers in a position to rep a brand, DS Simon Media's new division puts those same people in the role of a media person who can interact with a brand's in-house experts via video.
In a conversation with GS&P's Jeff Goodby, Denton warned that the media can no longer hold the wealthy accountable.
After Instagram Stories and WhatsApp Status, Facebook has added Snapchat-like features to its main chat platform, Messenger.
From Vodafone to Avon, ActionAid to Western Union - PRWeek rounds up how major brands, corporations and organisations are marking International Women's Day (IWD).
Almost 100 campaigns are battling it out for PRWeek's top global prizes, which will be unveiled at a gala event in London on May 11.
Adams will oversee internal and external communications for mobile advertising company.
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.
ProPublica made headlines last December with its high-profile "An Unbelievable Story of Rape" collaboration with The Marshall Project. Sean Czarnecki talks investigative journalism with the nonprofit's managing editor Robin Fields
Gawker's newly minted editor-in-chief Alex Pareene details the outlet's unique approach to covering the presidential campaign and editorial changes he has implemented since joining.
Editor-in-chief Jason Buhrmester talks to Dipka Bhambhani about the decision to cover up its models and where the iconic magazine goes from here.
The Fox News co-anchor talks to Laura Nichols about how Donald Trump is making the race for the White House essential viewing and how she leverages Twitter.