Giffgaff has apologised and pulled its Halloween campaign following complaints that its ad about an orphan girl was offensive and traumatising for vulnerable people.
Weber Shandwick's CEO said Weber, Golin, and Rogers & Cowan performed particularly well in the quarter.
Roland Dransfield grows team, CIPR to moves offices in London, wins for Withpr, Brands2Life and Refresh.
Senior officials will show staff at the House of Commons how to stand up to bullies by taking part in a role play in a film being shown to workers internally.
WPP will create integrated campaigns and content encompassing advertising, digital, shopper activation and PR.
In Flack this week: rental costs eat into Finsbury's profit, the ghost of mentees past, and is this 'bro-heavy' corporate video the worst of all time?
'The impact on PR will be somewhere between dreadful and disastrous' - agency publicly backs Brexit people's vote
London agency Uprise PR has thrown its weight behind The People's Vote - a grassroots campaign to give the public a democratic vote on any Brexit deal.
Scanning the news headlines last Monday morning, the scale of communicating the climate change challenge waltzed past my eyes.
Social media and digital agency Social Misfits Media has joined Freuds' parent network, The Brewery Group.
Royal Caribbean UK & Ireland has appointed Talk.Global board director Shilpa Saul as head of PR and Social, to steer the cruise ship firm's communications strategy.
Holding company reports organic growth of 1.3% in the third quarter.
Uber has hired Lottie Dominiczak, who has worked as a special adviser across a number of UK government departments, as head of communications for the UK.
PRWeek caught up with Copeland to explain why he launched a niche agency to serve an industry that has been tainted by doping scandals and is notoriously difficult to secure long-term sponsorship deals.
Unity co-founder Nik Govier has launched Blurred, a new consultancy with a vision of breaking down the distinction between corporate and consumer comms.
See the second batch of photos from the comms industry Oscars, the PRWeek Awards, which took place at London's Grosvenor House hotel on Tuesday night (16 October).
Head of Communications - entertainment - £70-80k - UK remit Utterclub London (Central), London (Greater)
PR Account Manager - Drinks Agency - Wine Clients Capstone Hill Search London (Greater)
Global Head of PR & Communications I N4P Prospect Resourcing Ltd London (Greater)
Head of PR Prospect Resourcing Ltd Watford
Project Communications Officer Winchester City Council Winchester, Hampshire
Cision's inaugural CommsCon event on November 6 promises to be a key date in the earned media calendar
And other digital weapons... Emerging technology, innovation and inspiration is all on show at #CommsCon18
Convenience shopping has always had fairly unglamorous and functional connotations, but smart and nimble product development and updates can make a real difference to people's everyday lives.
The first 60 minutes of a crisis can be the difference between success or a complete disaster - but if you have the right plans in place you can ensure your brand comes out the other side
Cannes gives us a glimpse into the future of PR. This year, that future looks like paradigm-shifting automation. What will agency work look like after AI and automation have remade it? And how can we keep on leading with real, human purpose?
What technology can do for consumers and brands versus what it should do is at the core of a creepy-cool study - and Cannes very first game show...
30 under 30 celebrates those with the potential to become industry leaders of the future. So what did this year's entries do right? And what does it mean to be young and ambitious in the world of PR?
Analytics are revealing ever deeper insights into short-term outputs, but it shouldn't be at the expense of the most important PR metric of all - long-term reputation
Attention spans are not getting shorter (that's the long and short of it). Those mercurial millennials are, in fact, able to concentrate for longer than a ten second Snapchat. Panelists from TVC Group, The Economist Group and EY took to the stage at Campaign's Brand Film Festival to tell us why.
The industry has shifted with pace in the last ten years but one thing that remains is the clique-like behaviour of those that think they are in the gifted minority.