David Brain, president and CEO of Edelman Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, is to leave the agency after 13 years.
Discover Los Angeles is bringing 'all the feels' of the iconic US city to the UK leg of its global brand campaign, which launched today (20 February).
Despite being dropped by Disney and YouTube, PewDiePie may still have a path forward working with smaller brands.
Meet the man who will be leading communications for the Trump White House.
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.
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The yearlong experiment in modesty ends, but the battle over the magazine's future rages on.
The Trump administration is about to take some heat off Sean Spicer by hiring Mike Dubke as communications director, according to reports. Several Trump loyalists aren't happy.
Amy Dacey will head up the firm's issues management and public affairs practice and manage the Washington, D.C. office.
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.
A new study from 104 West found communicators and clients have different marcomms and measurement priorities.
She will work alongside Stuart Smith as the WPP firm restructures into Ogilvy U.S.A.
Major League Baseball (MLB) has hired W Communications to a wide-ranging, six-figure brief to grow the brand across Europe.
She is currently communications and marketing manager at Vogue and Teen Vogue.
In its recent campaign, the fabric-softener brand invites consumers to create personalized videos and have mascot Snuggle Bear sing to their Valentines.
Snap is tempering expectations for its upcoming IPO, which is still on track to be the largest tech floatation in the U.S. since Alibaba nearly three years ago.
Huntsworth has issued an upbeat trading statement ahead of its full-year trading update next month, saying it "traded well" in Q4 and stating that the restructure of Grayling is "now complete".
WWE wrestler Chris Jericho added 1-800-Flowers to his "list" after what he thought was shoddy customer service.
Most of a string of departures took place after the deal's finalization last September.
A new report shows a high willingness among users to engage with advertisers.
Once the deal is complete, Goldman Sachs will own 15% of the company.
Iris has debuted its Participation Brand Index, which measures how advertisers harness their communities' power.
New reports by The New York Times and CNN on Tuesday night said Trump's campaign had repeated contacts with Russian intelligence officials. Look for reporters to pepper White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer with questions about it on Wednesday.
Liberty Communications, the London-headquartered tech-focused agency with offices in San Francisco and New York, has hired technology comms veteran Jim Lubinskas as its first North America MD.
Dexcom launched an awareness and marketing campaign for its new glucose monitor this January.
Will Valentine started in the role on Monday.
The world's largest PR firm is still expanding but posted its lowest growth in seven years in 2016, with organic revenue up just 1.7% as clients became more cautious and cut spending - but it is more optimistic about Q1 and 2017 and remains committed to communications marketing.
Baumann worked at P&G for more than 30 years with a specialty in consumer insights, marketing, and market research.
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.
The adage 'sex sells' isn't just for marketing lingerie; other brands drop some not-so-subtle hints.
The YouTube star and former in-demand influencer is in the spotlight for the wrong reasons after posting anti-Semitic jokes.
In the new #StopProfiling campaign, Truth Initiative accuses the tobacco industry of profiling African-Americans and people in low-income communities.
After its intentional Super Bowl live ad disaster, the candy bar brand felt for Adele after she needed a do over of her tribute to George Michael.
Morton was previously associate director of corporate communications.
The Cannes Lions has adopted their recommendation that judges reject sexist ads. Are small victories enough under the 'Objectifier in Chief?'
See ad agency 'Murphy + Kennedy' pitch cringe-worthy ideas that may hit a little too close to home.
Melissa McCarthy returned to Saturday Night Live, which also took on Kellyanne Conway and Super Bowl advertisers.
Spanish-owned comms agency Llorente & Cuenca has reported a 12.5 per cent rise in revenue in 2016 to €33.8m (£28.7m, $36m), although growth was significantly higher when excluding the impact of currency fluctuations.
The Brunswick alum was head of strategic communications for corporate responsibility for JPMorgan Chase for about three years.
The company's latest campaign asks how many lives could be saved if everyone with the surname "Smith" carried aspirin.
In today's hyper-political climate, even the best intentioned of campaigns can be criticized as opportunistic.
Experts are split on whether brands should push back against or placate the president if he mentions them on Twitter. Yet they agree all brands should be prepared for the scenario.
After a year of declining ratings, this Sunday's Super Bowl could be the NFL's chance to hook its next generation of fans.
In an ultra-politicized world, Silicon Valley has to choose between angering the world's most powerful man or a vindictive consumer market. Since last weekend, it's picked the former.
Physical retail outlets aren't going extinct, but they will have to adopt new technologies to make their stores a must-visit in a hyper-competitive environment, say experts.
The communications freeze could be attributed to a new administration getting settled. Or it could be a sign of more tensions ahead between the press and the White House.
Healthcare communicators are monitoring each word of the debate about the future of the Affordable Care Act.
Automakers are using the event to show off mobility technologies, and so are the suppliers and partners who are helping them along the way to self-driving cars.
Can Sean Spicer, incoming White House press secretary and communications director, handle both the podium and the playbook? Experts say it may not matter. Donald Trump is his own communicator-in-chief.
Don't look now, but management consultancies such as Accenture and technology giants like IBM are moving onto the turf of WPP, Omnicom, and Publicis. How long before they're major marketing services players in their own right?
Federal departments will have to show the worth of their communications campaigns to keep their funding and staff during the Trump presidency.
Business development officer is the new hot job in the PR agency world as firms reevaluate what they want from the position.
Communicators don't expect the fake news phenomenon to dissipate anytime soon, so they are considering ways to respond to false articles posted with malicious intent.
Virtual reality may be the flavor of the week, but it has several hurdles to clear before it's a more common part of marketing campaigns.
The end of the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign could be a plus for agencies, at least in terms of the abundance of communications talent on the market.