The contract covers the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration campaign Talk. They Hear You.
The latest rumor about a White House comms shakeup involves the creation of a "war room" to counteract leaks from the #RussiaGate investigations and other negative news.
Thirty percent of ad agency professionals said they've advised clients to stay out of politics.
Breakfast Briefing, 5.25.2017: Election eve shock in Montana; Advertisers distance themselves from Hannity
News for PR pros to know on Thursday morning: A Republican candidate in Montana allegedly "body-slammed" a reporter covering the special election there; Marketers are stepping away from Fox News' Hannity; and journalists are taking Sean Spicer's side for once.
Teneo Holdings has continued its acquisition spree by buying Cabinet DN, the Brussels-based public affairs and strategic communications firm.
PRWeek's editorial team discusses the news of the week.
Politico reported on Thursday that President Trump is planning to shake up his communications operation by pulling Sean Spicer from his on-camera role and putting his deputy, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, in the briefing room instead. What say you?
Several officials have said that Trump is looking to shake up his comms team, including taking Spicer off-camera, Politico reports.
Breakfast Briefing, 5.18.2017: Mueller named special prosecutor; Chobani wins retraction from Infowars
On one hand, a special prosecutor isn't good news for President Trump, for obvious reasons. Yet some say it could stem the leaks coming from congressional investigations into Russia's influence on the 2016 presidential election.
The New York Times and Washington Post are locked in an old fashioned newspaper war for the biggest scoop on the Trump administration. The latest: Tuesday's NYT report that Trump pressured former FBI director James Comey to drop the inquiry into Michael Flynn.
Reading the tea leaves for a hint on whether President Donald Trump will dismiss Press Secretary Sean Spicer, Communications Director Mike Dubke--or the entire White House comms team? Here are five times the president chatted about his press shop to members of the media.
The Washington Post's story saying President Donald Trump shared classified information with Russian officials sent the White House communications team into overdrive on Monday. They didn't respond to the stress well, according to several reports.
"I'm hoping to help people figure out how to break through the noise and connect not just on the coasts, but in every part of the country," he said.
The comedian portrayed the White House press secretary for the third time since January, and the show got in a few jabs at his deputy, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, too.
The country's president, Recep Erdogan, won sweeping new powers last month in a national referendum.
Organizations such as the March of Dimes and American Cancer Society have teamed up to fight the latest iteration of healthcare reform in Congress.
"Defund Planned Parenthood" is a common rallying cry in Washington, DC, in the early months of the Trump administration. How the organization is fighting back.
Arts and science groups are using integrated marketing campaigns to help supporters reach members of Congress in what could be a make-or-break moment for many groups.
The Democratic National Committee's new leadership team has a lot of work ahead after Hillary Clinton's stunning November loss.
Experts are split on whether brands should push back against or placate the president if he mentions them on Twitter. Yet they agree all brands should be prepared for the scenario.
Jamie Hennigan VP of strategic communications at the National Association of Manufacturers on the NAM's digital campaign, #TruthOnTheTrail.
We're a small manufacturer and work primarily with lobbying firms or industry groups doing the lobbying. We provide a strong voice to industry associations such as the American Wind Energy Association and Distributed Wind Energy Association.
Alison Kanski talks to VMR's general counsel on regulation, international trade, and more.
John Hesse II, a consultant on law and government affairs at The McCormick Group, discusses lobbying and PR.
Shanelle Matthews, lead communications strategist for Black Lives Matter, tells Dipka Bhambhani about driving conversations from the 'hood to the White House.
As a teen, I was the target of relentless bullying. Anti-gay slurs were lobbed at me daily, and I lived in constant fear of just being myself.
Health insurance marketplace Access Health CT's CEO, Jim Wadleigh, on making a health exchange work.
Galderma teamed up with Marina Maher Communications to ignite conversations about facial aging across generations.
Live Unlimited means daring to live beyond your perceived limitations and redefining what's possible, says Muscular Dystrophy Association goodwill ambassador Joe Akmakjian.
A mentoring gap affecting 16 million youth has a direct impact on AT&T's talent pipeline, and as a business with more than 250,000 employees, we know we can help.
"This generation speaks their own language. No one can speak it better than they can - so we let them do the talking."
Viacom VP of corporate social responsibility Ali Jannello Tuck says over the next few months, the brand will empower viewers to go out and tell their own stories and those of their communities
In its fourth year, the DC-based campaign has helped promote elementary school attendance, writes Alexandra Caceres
Laura Nichols looks at how some universities reacted after a study shed light on campus sexual assaults.
Founder and CEO of the Institute of the Economic Empowerment of Women Terry Neese on how the organization empowers women through business opportunities.
Inside the Planned Parenthood hashtag campaign to help dispel stigma around birth control.
The former Walmart comms VP on getting in front of a personal crisis and overcoming it. Plus, five reputation management must-dos.
Public affairs experts and advocates attribute several communications factors to the campaign's success and its overwhelming public support.
Campaign encourages early intervention by parents because kids weigh pros and cons of alcohol as early as age 8.
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