The state's Board of Education is searching for an agency to work on a multifaceted outreach program.
The New York Times and CBS News have posted stories in recent weeks examining the nonprofit's spending.
On the eve of a Super Bowl likely to attract record ratings, the NFL is facing a critical long-term issue in player concussions. Improved communications can't solve the problem by itself, but it could give the league a good place to start.
Brands invest millions attempting to reach consumers during the annual Super Bowl and this year's clash between Carolina and Denver is no exception. But marketers will hope the Broncos aren't blown apart in a trademark first-half charge by the Panthers charismatic QB Cam Newton.
FleishmanHillard has been appointed as Bose's first global PR agency, PRWeek has learned.
Clinton, Sanders spar over Wall Street; January jobs number due; Google takes on extremists; NFL plans anti-domestic-violence ad for Super Bowl 50; LinkedIn shares plummet; Shkreli's lawyer criticizes client's tweeting.
Interest in American Football in the UK appears at an all-time high ahead of Sunday's Super Bowl 50, the final showdown of the NFL season pitching the Carolina Panthers against the Denver Broncos in Santa Clara, California.
Heckelman has been brought on to help apply Finsbury's expertise in crisis communications, corporate reputation, and public policy to the sports and entertainment space.
Marketers have more social platforms to choose from, but only two really matter - for now.
Sadoun: "I'm not here to create a new corporate layer."
Following last week's decision to require communications consultants who work with politicians to register as lobbyists, the state's Joint Commission on Public Ethics is looking into the role social media plays.
The fast-food chain is hinting it will once again introduce a new actor to portray Colonel Sanders during Sunday's game.
Robert Senior is to lead Publicis Communications' new agency collective in the UK.
Happening Thursday: Clinton and Sanders debate; McGraw Hill plans rebranding; Martin Shkreli on Capitol Hill; Nonprofits team up for #WorldCancerDay; Facebook celebrates Friends Day.
Five days into Jeffrey Yu's new job, PRWeek Asia caught up exclusively with Edelman's China CEO, who downplayed the agency's past troubles while extolling the virtues of PR over advertising.
Nikon Singapore apologised for letting a poorly altered photo win its competition, but that hasn't stopped Canon Canada jumping on an opportunity to make hay
The Health Department recommended pregnant women, or women who are planning to become pregnant, consider delaying travel to affected regions.
Incumbent Allison+Partners had worked with the hotel company for more than a decade.
The Ketchum veteran joined the nonprofit healthcare system in mid-2014.
Actor Peter Stormare is standing in for Ice-T, Chrissy Teigen, and Kyrie Irving on the photo-sharing platform.
Obama to visit Baltimore mosque; Clinton, Sanders set for New Hampshire town hall; Testimony set on Flint water crisis; Intel's diversity report; Amazon plans physical expansion; Poor fourth-quarter results from Yahoo, Chipotle.
The motor company's new 'Zica' compact vehicle will be renamed to avoid association with the virus that has been declared a global emergency
New practice, in conjunction with Chinese agency Flyfinger, will focus on comms services for Chinese startups
Chain blames publicity around food-borne illness incidents for unprecedented revenue drop.
Twitter users gave the new logo, which Uber touted to several media outlets, a poor rating on Tuesday.
The World Health Organization declared an international public health emergency on Monday.
The black-and-white spot tells the story of record producer John Hammond.
Brands across different industries were able to find creative ways to connect their products with the world-famous furry forecaster - even cat litter brand Tidy Cats.
Despite the nuclear deal with Iran and the Paris climate accords, the world hasn't staved off disaster. How Hastings Group pitched that morbid story to members of the media.
Iowa results; Rubio grabs momentum heading to New Hampshire; What analysts want to hear from Marissa Mayer; Oscars add a touch of diversity; Google surpasses Apple as world's most valuable company; Delta apologizes for flight attendant fight.
Edelman has announced a new leadership team in the United Arab Emirates, naming Edelman South Africa managing director Tod Donhauser as the new Edelman UAE chief executive, as part of a restructure following last year's acquisition of local agency Dabo & Co.
Mike Love, chairman of Burson-Marsteller UK, will leave his role with immediate effect.
Evie Loo takes over from Adam Charles, who vacates the position after six years
Why it's time for brands to take off the gloves and sharpen the bantering skills of their social media teams.
The PR Council and civil liberties and media groups have also come out against the guidance.
Before spending more than a decade at Cohn & Wolfe, Lisa Talbot was a VP at PR21, now Zeno Group, and a director of marketing and communications at Eurand.
FitzPatrick is departing the company as it evaluates its 150 agency partnerships.
The company eschewed the horse race polling generally used in politics to evaluate candidates and instead looked at the attributes their constituents want in a leader.
The New Influencers; Down to the wire in Iowa; Super Bowl media day; Alphabet earnings; Black History Month begins; CDC could declare Chipotle E. coli crisis over; Amtrak to release May 2015 crash data.
Google EMEA's vice-president for comms and public affairs has appeared on BBC's The Andrew Marr Show to defend the firm's tax arrangements in the UK.
Super Bowl 50 campaigns aren't just relying on TV ads; they're pushing viewers to digital and social channels to interact with the brands themselves.
Sprint and T-Mobile are counterpunching at Verizon's 'rolling balls' ad with their own data.
Newcastle, Oreo, and Old Milwaukee have inserted themselves into the game without buying commercial time. But is the trick getting harder to pull off?
Income inequality and gender imbalance are underlying issues in nearly every topic discussed at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
The St. Louis Rams are now the Los Angeles Rams. San Diego and Oakland will have to talk more actively with the public about the value of an NFL franchise to avoid the same fate, say comms experts.
Do marketers hate the FTC's new regulations on native advertising? To the contrary, many say it will lead to better quality.
Car companies, telecomms giants, and mobile providers are all staking out their turf at the 2016 edition of the Consumer Electronics show, scheduled for next month.
Concussions will be back in the media spotlight when the Will Smith film hits theaters on Christmas Day, but that doesn't mean the NFL's business model faces long-term risk.
The question is not whether or not brands should be using live-streaming technologies such as Periscope and Meerkat, but what their strategy should be.
As world leaders prepare to gather in Paris on Monday for the crucial Climate Change Conference - in a city under a state of emergency following the terrorist attacks - PRWeek looks at how the comms of climate change have shifted since the disastrous Copenhagen summit six years ago and why walking the tightrope of language between misery and complacency is vital to tackling the issue.
Many consumers will shop online, according to a new report, but the majority still plan on shopping at discount and department stores
Marketers are paying more attention to digital channels this year, and adding online and social elements to their existing programs
Many films this holiday season have either flopped or made mega-bucks. Why the movie-marketing environment is tougher than ever.
Negative stereotypes play a role, and often companies - and veterans themselves -- don't realize what they have to offer.
"Rapid response used to be an innovation. Now it's a necessity," says Incite Agency founding partner Ben LaBolt.