Southwest grounds dozens of planes; Progressive is up to something on Twitter; NFL stadium plan for greater Los Angeles approved; More O'Reilly claims under the microscope.
ISIL has got a head start on the West and used sophisticated modern social media and comms techniques to do so.
Journalists often interact tersely with readers and viewers on Twitter, but it rarely goes this far.
VA secretary apologizes for saying he was in US Special Forces; Bill O'Reilly vs. The New York Times over Argentina war reporting; FIFA recommends 2022 winter World Cup.
Golin, Hotwire, Llorente & Cuenca and TogoRun are all finalists in the International Agency of the Year category at the prestigious PRWeek Global Awards 2015.
Oscar marketing winners and losers; Former colleagues dispute O'Reilly's war-reporting record; Walker shifts to the right on abortion.
Bill O'Reilly faces a Brian Williams problem of his own; YouTube to roll out kids website; Comcast plans touching Oscars ad; A 70s revival of Mad Men.
Obama speech on extremism draws partisan reaction; Ello names first CMO; More investors back Uber.
The social network for professionals has added three journalists to its in-house editorial team.
Rand Paul eyes early April announcement; Snapchat valuation could hit $19 billion; Maxim redesign.
The UK-based firm also won work from H&M and Beats by Dre in the fourth quarter of 2014.
NYT's David Carr dies; Obama to meet with tech-sector chiefs; Kraft CMO out.
Havas has hired Chris Hirst, CEO of ad agency Grey London, to lead its 'greater Europe' business, which will include the UK for the first time, as it reports a 5.1 per cent rise in organic sales in 2014.
Booking a client for an interview with Jon Stewart wasn't for the faint of heart.
Publicis revenue up 3.2% in Q4; WPP to take stake in comScore; CBS News' Simon dies after Manhattan car crash.
Publicis Groupe expects to return to "more satisfactory levels of growth" in 2015 as it reports a strong end to 2014.
She is reporting to News Corp. CCO Jim Kennedy.
Brian Williams out at NBC News for six months; Jon Stewart to end run at the 'Daily Show;' White House to set up cybersecurity office.
Omnicom Q4 PR revenue up 8.5%; Trust in Brian Williams drops through the floor; Google to revamp health search results.
Crisis communicators share their advice for Brian Williams and NBC News.
Fortune's senior special correspondent Susie Gharib talks about transitioning to broadcast journalism and why she rejoined the outlet in February.
Matthew Breen, editor-in-chief, The Advocate, speaks to Laura Nichols about the LGBT title's evolution in print and online, and how it chose its controversial person of the year.
Audrey Cooper, managing editor, San Francisco Chronicle, speaks to Laura Nichols about juggling two websites and a print product and the importance of local journalism.
Zach Seward, senior editor, Quartz, discusses the media outlet's website redesigns, its approach to native advertising, and the title's latest addition, The Brief.
Matthew Belloni, executive editor and blogger for The Hollywood Reporter, speaks to Lindsay Stein about the entertainment legal world and competing with showbiz outlets.
Neha Gandhi, executive editor at Refinery29, a lifestyle and fashion property, speaks about recent changes at the site and forging relationships with readers.
Deirdre Bolton, host of Fox Business Network's Risk & Reward, speaks about how she broke into the TV industry and how the show interacts with viewers on social media.
Byron Pitts, ABC anchor, speaks to Lindsay Stein about leveraging social media to drive people back to TV, his interview wish list, and what to expect from the network in the coming year.
Jake Tapper, anchor on CNN's The Lead with Jake Tapper, talks to Diana Bradley about the show's first year on air and how social plays an integral role in shaping content.
Randall Lane, editor of Forbes, talks about his obsession with news streams, how the brand has grown its digital traffic, and specific rules for PR pros when pitching writers.