He was previously communications director for the Minnesota AgriGrowth Council.
How did he not know a question on Iraq was coming?
Get ready for three days of intense local campaign politics.
Karen Hinton previously ran her own firm for more than 15 years.
A growing number of Washington insiders say they feel "overwhelmed" by too many media options, according to a study by National Journal.
Clinton emails to be released just before Iowa, New Hampshire; Consumer groups say YouTube Kids has inappropriate content; FIFA investigating journalist arrests in Qatar.
After six years in office, another social media first for the Obama White House.
Meck previously served as EVP and MD at Global Strategy Group.
Everyone agrees: It was definitely not Jeb Bush.
Uber has appointed Portland to manage its public affairs brief, PRWeek has learned, following this week's news that former Google comms chief and Portland partner Rachel Whetstone has joined the online taxi booking service.
Whetstone will become SVP of policy and communications at Uber.
Michael Steel, press secretary for House Speaker John Boehner, tweeted Monday morning that he's taking his talents to South Beach.
More questions on Clinton Foundation donors; ESPN, ABC look to create morning-show synergy; Carly Fiorina's 'Meet the Press' win.
And how she fixed the problem, according to the former presidential aide and famed reputation management guru herself.
The narratives woven by British political party leaders over the past few weeks of campaigning produced vastly different results and culminated in three of them resigning soon after the election ended in triumph for the Conservatives.
Ben Carson threw his hat in the ring, as did Carly Fiorina and Mike Huckabee.
UK's Conservatives, Cameron stun pollsters with election win; Obama visits Nike to push Pacific free-trade pact; Brady shakes off Deflategate report; What to watch for in the April jobs numbers.
The firm focused on educating US audiences about the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Revolution Messaging will lead all digital and social media for the campaign.
He'll serve as GM and director of public affairs.
Barack Obama. Hillary Clinton. George W. Bush. And now Mario Draghi. They've all had press conferences or public events interrupted. Here's how to stop that from taking place, and what to do if it happens.
Will 2016 be the Periscope election? The Meerkat election? Or the even bigger data election? It's not that simple, but new platforms will help campaigns perform faster and more consistently across media than ever before.
Companies in Indiana and Arkansas say opposing "religious freedom" laws in their states wasn't just the right thing to do; it was also the right thing for their businesses.
Gun violence has become a routine headline in the 24/7 news cycle.
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.
The Real Cost takes a different approach to the dangers of tobacco use.
Katherine Hull Fliflet, VP, comms, Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network, details how digital has helped the group promote its message.
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.
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.