Before a career of nearly a decade at Edelman, Krempasky was political director at American Target Advertising for two years.
Tom Brady. Richard Sherman. Rob Gronkowski. Russell Wilson. Super Bowl XLIX is big on charisma - and a big opportunity for marketers.
PR industry in the Northeast prepares for blizzard; Christie establishes a PAC; Latest on deflategate.
Tickets are now available for the inaugural PR360 event in London, a must-attend gathering of PR professionals from across the globe featuring insights from some of the world's leading comms figures.
Digital music service Spotify is looking for a new consumer PR agency as it ends its relationship with M&C Saatchi PR, which also covered Spotify's corporate and b2b accounts.
Gutenberg Communications named as strategic communications partner for US-India Business Council (USIBC) with relation to the summit being held in New Delhi today, 26 January.
In his new role at the organization, Burns will spearhead external communications for UnitedHealthcare's Medicare business
The NFL emphasized that it's taking its time to get the investigation right in a statement released on Friday.
Twitter is buzzing with #NationalPieDay posts from businesses you would and would not expect.
Consumers are fueling a retail revolution that allows them to shop when and where they want, but success still boils down to product, service, and systems, as Trader Joe's and Walmart show.
Take our poll on whether you thought the New England Patriots coach and quarterback were telling the truth during their Thursday press conferences.
Sony pushes back Q4 earnings report; Comcast's lobbying in focus; Obama interviews on YouTube get a little weird.
Jim Joseph will oversee growth in Latin America, the US, Canada, and Mexico, as well as brand communications and integrated marketing efforts worldwide.
HSBC has announced a shake-up at the top of its global PR team with the appointment of Médard Schoenmaeckers as global head of communications, working under current comms chief Pierre Goad whose remit has been extended to human resources.
George Goodwin established what would become MSLGroup's Atlanta office in 1965.
Finn Partners will merge the two agencies into a firm called DVL Seigenthaler, which will have about $11 million in annual fees.
Andrea Morgan reports to MSLGroup New York MD Andrew Silver.
Tom Smith is focusing on strengthening Allison's corporate offering, particularly working with clients on thought leadership and reputation.
Clinton to prioritize fixing leaks in prospective 2016 campaign; Uber faces regulatory hurdles in South Korea; American Express, eBay announce layoffs.
Bell Pottinger has formed a crisis and litigation arm to bring its legal expertise under one roof.
Pete Pedersen has told PRWeek that the arrival of new management at Huntsworth represented the "best of possible timings" to resign as Grayling CEO, but he predicted success for the parent company despite recent difficulties.
The Winner and Honorable Mention will be announced at the PRWeek Awards in New York City on March 19.
The Obama administration paid homage to one of President Andrew Jackson's quirkier events - and an episode of The West Wing - by hosting "Virtual Big Block of Cheese Day" on Wednesday.
Brands pumped up their best jabs on "deflategate."
Fluency in big data will help communicators collaborate more effectively, according to a report released Wednesday by analyst Susan Etlinger.
The changes will coincide with the departure of MD for brand and customer experience Frank van der Post next month.
Pete Pedersen has resigned from his role as Grayling CEO after two years in the job, parent company Huntsworth announced this afternoon.
As president of Edelman South, Steve Behm will oversee 300 people across offices in Atlanta, Austin, Dallas, Houston, and Orlando.
New social network Shocase will help PR and marketing professionals feature their work, stay updated on trends, and connect with others in the industry.
The White House released the speech early on medium, included several unprecedented words, and...leaked a picture of the president's brown suit?
Praise for Obama's sixth State of the Union; IBM issues disappointing revenue forecast; NFL's "deflategate" investigation gains steam.
Australian consumer PR agency One Green Bean, part of Havas Worldwide, has launched a London office as the first step towards building an international network.
There are still a few more days left to submit your last-minute entries for the PRWeek Global Awards.
Respondents to PRWeek's latest poll say PR majors should continue to take advanced writing courses, despite a shift in professional job duties.
M&C Saatchi PR was the incumbent on the account.
More on global Tourism Australia agency review; Edelman releases Trust Barometer 2015; State of the Union preview.
Stephen Waddington has been promoted to the newly created role of chief engagement officer at Ketchum, in a bid to drive integration of digital and social capabilities.
Tourism Australia (TA) has issued a PR tender following a global review, in a move to set up an international panel model.
Energy drinks giant Red Bull has appointed food-focused PR agency The Hub to manage its trade communications, since moving the role in-house six years ago, PRWeek has learned.
The public's trust in businesses, NGOs, media, and government dropped last year, according to the latest edition of Edelman's Trust Barometer.
The World Economic Forum at Davos means a congregation of bold-faced names from across nations and industries. It also indicates what communications trends will move to the forefront in the next 12 months.
There aren't many options left for agencies or holding companies looking to buy a PR firm in 2015.
Fatal incidents involving officers tore the Band-Aid off the often-tense relationship between the public and police in many American cities. Law-enforcement communicators explained three ways they are working to bridge the divide.
During last year's massive Ebola outbreak, public health institutes were ready with a comprehensive communications plan.
2014 has been a busy year for the PR industry. Here PRWeek looks back on some of the stories that hit the headlines...
The cyberattack against Sony Pictures Entertainment will go down as a landmark event in IT security and email etiquette. But will the studio's response be remembered as a step too far or not strong enough?
As recent events impacting three Asian airlines indicate, carriers may be best off treading carefully with social-media responses.
'Uber' is a prefix denoting an outstanding or supreme example of a particular kind of person or thing. Unfortunately, the company of the same name has been outstanding for all the wrong reasons.
Experts' three steps for communicators: focus on what you are bringing to market, set metrics, and deliver results.
Delhi has banned Uber after a female passenger reported she was raped by one of its contracted drivers, adding to the string of crises surrounding the San Francisco startup. We asked India-based PR experts to weigh in.
The energy company is talking with prospective agency partners to replace Edelman as it considers how to move forward after a strategy document leak brought widespread - and unwanted - media attention.
As Japan begins to get comfortable with the idea of having a more muscular military the country's Self-Defence Forces (SDF) are trying to woo the young to join them with images of smiling soldiers posing like pop stars
The Thanksgiving weekend promotional calendar is crowded, meaning brands need to work harder to stand out from the crowd.
Other agencies are weighing the risks of representing the embattled world soccer body, as well as the controversial host nations: Russia and Qatar.
But are the many disparate efforts promoting the city's revitalization without a centralized communications hub actually hurting its chances?