UKTV has unveiled a 1940s-style army recruitment campaign to celebrate the release of Dad's Army: The Lost Episodes on TV channel Gold.
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New hires at Stone Junction, US baby-care brand hires Battenhall, beauty tool brand appoints Known, and more from PRWeek UK.
Oreos pulled apart, licked and reassembled by singer are being sold in charity auction.
With M&A interest in PR heating up, many may be starting to think about selling up or taking over another business.
Kevan Barber, creative and insights manager at Grayling, on how a simple slip of his finger while sending a press release resulted in humiliation - for his boss.
A user can then either block app or site from sharing data, or block all services in one go.
The new division of Thrive will focus on Chinese brands entering the Australia-New Zealand market.
When you fall out of a plane, if conditions are right, it doesn't feel as though you're falling... until you hit the ground. The same can apply to your career.
In brief: Wealth-tech leader hires H+K, Citypress to support estate agent, Brazen 'breast tape' brief, wins for Speed and Jori White
Jori White PR lands brief for five-star hotel, Citypress to support estate agent offering, Absolute Software hires Centropy PR, Speed wins professional services duo, and more from PRWeek UK.
Twitter and Facebook took action against accounts they said are connected to the Chinese government.
Agony Uncle: Some PR firms are still exploiting interns - how can we get them to behave more ethically?
PRWeek's Agony Uncle answers questions on unpaid agency internships, what the industry is doing - and should do - to tackle the climate crisis, and how best to prepare university students for the world of PR work.
Save the Children International global comms director Kirsten Walkom has left the charity to head the London office of US crisis and reputation management agency Smith & Company.
Edelman Shanghai has appointed Christina Chan as vice president of branding and Ee Ghim Chua as director of brand reputation.
Poet Laureate Simon Armitage (pictured) has written a poem micro-engraved onto a cancer pill to symbolise the work of a London-based research centre.
The brand has announced plans to make its marketing and advertising more sustainable.
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As the Reputation Institute launches its ranking of the UK's 50 most responsible businesses, this PRWeek paper looks at the five key ingredients for strong corporate responsibility, along with examples of the companies getting it right
Commotion's creative director, Rhian Harries, says getting to the core of a brand's purpose is the key to telling real stories
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Our ability to influence uncompromising colleagues and the board lies in the art of asking the right questions. But as an industry are we nurturing this ability?
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