Top 2009 PRWeek stories

Relive the top news in the communications field during the past year by taking a look at PRWeekus.com's most widely read articles and opinion pieces. Clearly controversy continues to draw the eye, as do consumer marketing and anything social media related.

Relive the top news in the communications field during the past year by taking a look at PRWeekus.com's most widely read articles and opinion pieces. You'll find them below.

Clearly controversy continues to draw the eye, as do consumer marketing and anything social media related.

Note: The list excludes our annual features and surveys, which are always the most popular items on our site, such as the Salary Survey and the Agency Business Report, as well as blogs and videos.

Top news articles and opinion pieces (listed by date):

January 2009

Ketchum employee's Tweet causes client controversy

Bayer hires 'The Hills' star to promote Yaz

February 2009

Uncertain times demand embrace of social media

US Postal Service picks Weber Shandwick for $1million account

March 2009

Skittles' experiment ceded too much control of brand

Penn defends firm post-Maddow show

April 2009

How Twitter saved public relations from PR

Why PR matters in a down economy

May 2009

KFC missteps lead to short-term pain

GMAC launches campaign to promote Ally Bank

June 2009

FedEx Brown Bailout leaves bitter taste

PR's future in digital on the line

July 2009

Edelman lays off several senior execs

'NYT' piece rattles industry

August 2009

American Airlines and NYC & Co tout fall deal promo

Report: Social media falls mostly to PR

September 2009

Facebook fan page clutter dilutes brand

HP reviewing agencies for global imaging and printing business

October 2009

On the Scene Productions closes doors

United Airlines issues RFP for its first AOR

November 2009

Edelman launches Twitter monitoring tool

Yahoo plans several reviews

December 2009

Woods' recovery requires him coming forward, industry says

Thomson Reuters to launch PR platform in 2010

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