London agency 3 Monkeys Zeno has taken on a new head of health after Rachel Vrettos moved to a New York role at parent firm Zeno - and the agency also has a new head of tech in London.
She joined the company this week from Percolate, where she was VP of global comms.
Snapchat has added a search bar that is always accessible to make it easier to find publishers' content, friends, groups, and stories.
She will also continue to lead integrated campaigns for consumer and tech clients.
We asked media and tech experts which innovations should not stay in Vegas.
Global satellite communications and connectivity giant Inmarsat has appointed Ogilvy Public Relations for a global PR brief following a competitive pitch that included Edelman and Instinctif.
Two first-year attendees from PHD stake out the tech convention to find what's new and what will matter most.
Facebook has been dragged over the coals for not cracking down on the spread of fake news on its platform more quickly.
Google has put its product portfolio press office account, currently held by Portland, out to pitch, PRWeek has learned.
Agency principals Richard Williams and Jeannette Bitz will serve as chief strategy officer and chief relationships officer, respectively.
Carnival is making waves in the early days of the Consumer Electronics Show with wearable technology. And speaking of technology, two b-to-b tech specialist agencies have merged.
Pet-friendly SLOBBR helps big companies run small tests with a devoted audience.
Diana Bradley asks Motorola VP and CMO Jan Huckfeldt about how the company is going up against major competitors Apple and Samsung.
Snap positions itself as new Facebook in IPO road show; Dentsu CEO resigns; Morning Joe touts Trump links; PRWeek Editor's Choice
Adam Sharp left the social media company in December, the latest in a string of executive departures in 2016.
Tech PR firm Clarity appointed by native advertising business, Italian PR shop SEC acquires majority stake in Polish PR agency.
Facebook teams up with The Romans in the U.K.; Why Verizon won't drop its Yahoo deal; Black Lives Matter launches black business website.
Facebook has taken on The Romans to run a number of projects in the UK, PRWeek has learned.
Breakfast Briefing 12.16.2016: Govt departments under scrutiny on comms; Justice Dept takes on Omnicom; Facebook tackles fake news
Facebook has started to investigate ways it can limit misinformation on its website.
Mozilla and Tactical Technology Collective opened a pop up exhibit in Manhattan to raise awareness about data privacy and security.
Automakers are using the event to show off mobility technologies, and so are the suppliers and partners who are helping them along the way to self-driving cars.
Virtual reality may be the flavor of the week, but it has several hurdles to clear before it's a more common part of marketing campaigns.
The end of the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign could be a plus for agencies, at least in terms of the abundance of communications talent on the market.
For almost half the country, the narrow victory for Brexit was a portent of doom but, while sterling has fallen to historically low rates - plunging to a 31-year low immediately after the result - predictions of immediate Armageddon now seem far-fetched.
Today, the PRCA has announced it will include gender pay gap reporting in its kitemark accreditation for consultancies for the first time, in a game-changing move that could have far-reaching implications for the industry and fair pay for women.