Taco Bell consolidates PR work with Edelman firms; Clinton: "I want public to see my emails;" Leading female Twitter execs form investment group.
The potential contract is expected to run for five years.
Clinton fires up Emily's List crowd, avoids email talk; Obamacare to go before Supreme Court, again; Bogusky to launch 'social impact' firm.
The gap between the president and press is the largest it's been in 50 years, according to the report.
Clinton emails at State Department scrutinized; All eyes on Netanyahu address; IPG's Roth: We don't do "Sapient-sized" deals.
Dress debate nearly breaks Internet; BlueFocus profit surges; More claims O'Reilly fudged reporting record.
The online retail giant will place both departments under the former White House press secretary.
Identity of "Jihadi John" revealed; FCC to vote on Net Neutrality; Publicis buys South Africa's Epic Communications.
Matt Canter has also served as a communications director for two senators and Wisconsin's former governor.
Southwest grounds dozens of planes; Progressive is up to something on Twitter; NFL stadium plan for greater Los Angeles approved; More O'Reilly claims under the microscope.
ISIL has got a head start on the West and used sophisticated modern social media and comms techniques to do so.
Oscar marketing winners and losers; Former colleagues dispute O'Reilly's war-reporting record; Walker shifts to the right on abortion.
America Rising PAC executive director Tim Miller would step into the communications director role for the former Florida governor if - or when - he makes his campaign official.
CCO Jeff Winton will oversee a team responsible for state and federal government affairs, among other communications disciplines.
She's a veteran of both Obama presidential campaigns, the State Department, and Global Strategy Group in DC.
Obama speech on extremism draws partisan reaction; Ello names first CMO; More investors back Uber.
Rand Paul eyes early April announcement; Snapchat valuation could hit $19 billion; Maxim redesign.
State Department grows comms team fighting ISIS' message; ACA signup period extended; Broad NSA computer spying program exposed.
BuzzFeed filmed Obama doing things we all do but won't admit, such as using a selfie stick or checking himself out in the mirror.
Booking a client for an interview with Jon Stewart wasn't for the faint of heart.
While a straight-to-the-point, fact-based approach is often effective in healthcare PR, it's not the best option for trying to convince skeptical parents that they should vaccinate their children.
Interviews with quirky YouTube stars. Snapchat Q&As. Appearances on Internet comedy shows. That's just a taste of where digital campaign communications could go by November 2016.
It's easy to criticize officials for overhyping the Blizzard of 2015, but it's better to have residents and travelers ready than unprepared, say crisis communicators.
Talking about sexual assault comes with a new set of challenges when that conversation rises to university administration level.
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.
Janaye Ingram, executive director, National Action Network, discusses the group's Washington rally and plans to engage people about police reform.
Kathy Calvin, president and CEO, United Nations Foundation details how the organization leverages its skills to support the work of the UN.
Small Business Government Communicators Network founder James Krol details how smaller shops are getting more government dollars.
Robin Koval, president and CEO, Legacy, says the Truth campaign is back with a call to action for the celebrity in all of us to #FinishIt.
Emilie Aries, CEO and founder of Bossed Up, discusses how women can close gender gaps in leadership by having healthier, sustainable careers.
When pool-owning parents were asked about the risks of drowning to children, many seemed disconnected from the danger.
Food Bank For New York City needed a strong call to action to provide 1.5 million struggling New Yorkers with emergency food and services during the holiday season.
#LoveIsAGift allowed us to give back and celebrate the work Easter Seals does in providing help, support services, and hope to children and adults living with disabilities, their caregivers, and veterans.
After 30 years, we're still finding fresh ways to share the information people need to make the right personal safety choices.
To help break through the silence and dispel the stigma that surrounds them, No More partnered with media giant Viacom to launch a new series of powerful No More PSAs.