The former chief spokesman for the National Rifle Association will oversee Ketchum's operations in the nation's capital.
The son and brother of former presidents said on Twitter and Facebook on Tuesday that he's considering a bid for the White House himself. He's believed to be the first to announce his intentions on social media.
London-based Connect Communications has announced plans to enter new markets including the US, EMEA, Australia, China and India, expanding beyond its longstanding focus on Westminster and Whitehall.
Passed spending bill gets rage from right and left; Best Buy apologizes for 'Serial' podcast; Former Korean Air Lines exec says sorry for case of "nut rage."
FTI Consulting has recruited former Labour health secretary Patricia Hewitt as part of six new appointments to its UK Public Affairs practice.
The family of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man who died after being placed in a chokehold by a police officer in July, has been receiving media relations support from the National Action Network.
Reputation management consultancy Fortitude Partners has won a retained brief to advise a Trinidad-based diplomatic services academy on its comms strategy.
The public affairs division of financial specialists MRM has hired Brittney Parker to its ranks ahead of next year's general election.
UKIP has appointed veteran BBC producer Paul Lambert as the party's director of communications.
Through the years, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has always met the public where it is communicating - whether with fliers in post offices, on TV, or in print - and now the agency is strengthening its social media strategy to reach broader audiences.
US District Court Judge Lewis Kaplan has allowed Chevron to conduct discovery, or obtain information and facts from MCSquared.
Weber Shandwick is expanding into California's capital.
The communications director for Tennessee Republican Stephen Fincher stepped down on Monday, a few days after dressing down the first daughters on social media for looking bored at the annual "turkey pardoning" ceremony.
Crisis communications experts who spoke with PRWeek agreed: prosecutor Robert McCulloch erred by revealing the Ferguson grand jury's decision at night.
Many Twitter users took issue with St. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch's blame of the news cycle and social media during the first part of his Monday night press conference.
Some speculated on whether he was pushed out. Other reporters said Joe Biden's face tells the real story.
Bell Pottinger has appointed Julie Minns, head of public policy and corporate responsibility at mobile operator Three, as a partner in its political team.
On Thursday night, President Barack Obama told the nation his plan to prevent deportation of some four million undocumented immigrants, an announcement that earned vastly diverse reactions from media.
But will the speech itself be a blockbuster or bust with viewers?
Rhodri Williams has been named VP of communications and public affairs for EMEA at AIG.
The energy company is talking with prospective agency partners to replace Edelman as it considers how to move forward after a strategy document leak brought widespread - and unwanted - media attention.
But are the many disparate efforts promoting the city's revitalization without a centralized communications hub actually hurting its chances?
From ISIS to Ebola abroad and Ferguson and immigration at home, there's no shortage of hot topics this election cycle. But one topic will trump all the rest, according to public affairs experts.
It might be tempting for business executives or celebrities to take advantage of the "right to be forgotten" ruling in Europe. But they risk the "Streisand effect" if they do so.
If confirmed to lead the VA, former P&G CEO Robert McDonald will have to focus on listening as much as leading, comms experts tell PRWeek.
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.
Celia Fischer, VP, strategic comms, America's Natural Gas Alliance, discusses how the group's Think About It effort has cut through the noise.
Avery Mann, VP of PR and comms, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, on telling survivors' stories on their terms.
Erin Streeter, SVP, comms, National Association of Manufacturers, outlines the campaign to maintain intellectual property protections.
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.
The Keystone XL pipeline has been called the most studied pipeline project in history. It's also arguably the most popular.
While the American Red Cross is best known for blood collections and responding to disasters large and small, we are making a new push to save lives and reduce injuries by helping to prevent emergencies from occurring.
For Rainforest Trust's anniversary, the nonprofit wanted a new identity that would help raise its profile, attract new donors, and advance its mission.