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Consumer tech editorial focusing more on deals, research finds

Price promotions and gifting occasions accounted for a quarter of all consumer tech brand coverage in the past 12 months, new research reveals.

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‘At times like this, you must be indispensable’ – tech PR firms cautious as digital giants cut jobs

If you work in tech PR, you could be forgiven for being more than a little nervous about the future – with some of the world’s biggest tech companies haemorrhaging staff.

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Omnicom joins IPG in recommending clients pause Twitter spend

Ad giant Omnicom Media Group is advising its clients, which include PepsiCo, Mercedes-Benz and McDonald's, to halt investments on Twitter in light of recent layoffs and brand safety concerns.

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Amazon enlists Taika Waititi to direct Christmas ad

'Joy is made' has been created by Lucky Generals.

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Advertisers hit pause ahead of Twitter staff cuts

Blue chip companies are nervous about Elon Musk’s ownership; Twitter staff have been warned about severe global cuts.

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O2 highlights data poverty in Christmas ad featuring a snowgran

The campaign has been created by VCCP.

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Mass layoffs at Twitter ravage comms team

Comms staffers have been using social media to thank their coworkers and say goodbye.

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WhatsApp responds after Iran restricts access

As protests take place in the country, the Iranian government has also limited access to Instagram and more of the internet in general.

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Method hires Martin Harkin as global business development head

Harkin is coordinating opportunities among sister agencies Method, Harvard and Sling & Stone.

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TikTok promotes Kudzi Chikumbu to lead creator marketing

Chikumbu has worked at the ByteDance-owned company for more than six years.