Steve Barrett and Lindsay Stein are joined by Golin's Matt Neale at Yankee Stadium to talk about sports PR and marketing, whether PR is inherently manipulative in nature, and more.
Longtime Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle was fired amid reports he would plead guilty to child pornography charges; user data from controversial affair website Ashley Madison is leaked on the Dark Web; more analysis of this week's biggest PR news.
The SEC charged 32 individuals with allegedly hacking press releases and trading on their information, two big PR names get back in the game, Google announces its reorganization and introduces Alphabet, and more.
Honest Company tries to smooth over a messaging blunder, the top 10 Republican candidates prepare for their first debate, Clif Bar & Company consolidate accounts, and more.
Cecil the Lion's killer seeks PR help amid global backlash; The 2015 PRWeek 40 Under 40 Awards go live
Donald Trump's unorthodox campaign strategy; Ashley Madison suffers website hack; Q2 earnings; and do brand blogs still matter
Iran nuclear deal framework; National Peanut Board 'Goes All In' with Golin; PRWeek Awards launch, and P&G sell off more brands
Julie Hamp is released from prison in Japan; the backlash against Reddit from its users following Victoria Taylor's exit; Cannes wrap-up; and crises communications at Subway.
MSLGroup wins big at Cannes with Always #LikeAGirl, the latest on Toyota CCO Julie Hamp's legal troubles in Japan, brands react swiftly to halt sales of Confederate flag merchandise, and more in this week's podcast.
Mark Penn leaves Microsoft, an update on FIFA's in-house PR team; Sprint hires Golin for strategic comms work; and the latest on the race for the White House.
Robert Gibbs takes top comms job at McDonald's; marketing highlights from the FIFA Women's World Cup; Cohn & Wolfe appoints new US president
Sepp Blatter steps down from FIFA; Caitlyn Jenner comes out in Vanity Fair; eBay appoints a new comms leader.
FIFA's corruption scandal; FedEx's new PR agency; Harris Corporation's comms hire
David Letterman and Mad Men sign off; Takata faces crisis; Walmart takes a new approach to earnings.
PR pros take Amtrak's crisis comms response to task; Whetstone joins Uber; the end of Mad Men