The PRWeek Blog

PR Lions: fewer entries, only six Golds and little for PR to celebrate

PR Lions: fewer entries, only six Golds and little for PR to celebrate

Continued frustration for PR firms as this year's Cannes Festival of Creativity underlines that communications pros don't have a monopoly on earned media.

Cannes Lions: plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose

Cannes Lions: plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose

PR firms showed up pretty well in the sector's eponymous Lions category, but the shortlist was still dominated by advertising agencies.

Carol Cone to chair first Purpose Awards presented by PRWeek

Carol Cone to chair first Purpose Awards presented by PRWeek

The awards will take place in Chicago on October 16.

More …

Elon Musk surrenders his most potent comms weapon: Twitter

Elon Musk surrenders his most potent comms weapon: Twitter

Or so he says...

Who will replace Sarah Sanders?

Who will replace Sarah Sanders?

Here are a few guesses.

More …

Smoke signals set to rise out of Cannes

Smoke signals set to rise out of Cannes

An expectant PR industry is once again heading to the South of France for its annual pilgrimage to try and crack the code of winning in the PR Lions.

Photos: PRWeek Hall of Femme 2019

Photos: PRWeek Hall of Femme 2019

View a gallery of pictures from the fourth annual event.

Lime understands your scooter hatred

Lime understands your scooter hatred

But the brand wants to change that by educating riders on appropriate behavior.

#LieLikeAParent: Should brands encourage deception?

#LieLikeAParent: Should brands encourage deception?

Even if it's just a white lie to children?

More …

PRDecoded returns to Chicago with Purpose Principles

PRDecoded returns to Chicago with Purpose Principles

The two-day event is set for October 16 and 17.