PR pros can lend a hand in fighting extremism. Also: what you missed from brand marketers at the Oscars, and new jobs for Jay Carney and Stacey Tank
Brands get ready for the Oscars; Walmart raises wages; Edelman boosts global revenues.
A survey finds selfies are here to stay. Plus: Brian Williams is suspended and Jon Stewart steps down.
Super Bowl marketing highlights; a White House comms shakeup; Brian Williams apologizes
Presumptive presidential candidates shape their digital strategies; Super Bowl marketing winners and losers
Brands jump on #DeflateGate; Edelman's Trust Barometer shows a drop in public trust; takeaways from Davos
Steve Barrett visited the Detroit Auto Show this week. Also: Lessons from Nissan's Reddit AMA; Foursquare's comms leader departs; USPS cancels an agency search.
We discuss the big comms trends in 2015, as well as AirAsia's crisis response and changes at Johnson & Johnson.
The PRWeek team shares their highlights from 2014 and what they're looking forward to next year.
A recap of the second PRWeek Hall of Fame; PRWeek Awards finalists revealed; another departure at FleishmanHillard
A look at the best places to work in US PR; a Tough Mudder tackles PR; more trouble for the NYPD
More women accuse Bill Cosby of assault; Uber faces a crisis; FIFA issues a "mission impossible" brief.
Brands jump on Kim Kardashian buzz; President Obama visits China; MWW continues acquisition spree; lessons on body-image campaigns
Spotify tried to win back Taylor Swift, Republicans took control of the Senate, Alex From Target swept social media, and more in this week's podcast.
Apple's Tim Cook comes out in personal essay; Red Cross faces controversy; President Obama prepares for historic trip to China; plus the cheesiest Halloween jokes we could think of.