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The age of accountability: ‘Business as usual is dead. Hooray for that’

The age of accountability: ‘Business as usual is dead. Hooray for that’

Facebook and the Washington Redskins are learning that partners will no longer accept excuses for not meeting their standards.

Just briefly

Just briefly

People moves and account wins.

Comms takes a revealing look in the mirror

Comms takes a revealing look in the mirror

The recognition of marketing’s strengths can propel PR pros to new heights. This eBook, sponsored by Notified, now part of Intrado, provides a roadmap for that crucial journey.

How to Succeed in a Digital-First World

How to Succeed in a Digital-First World

All businesses are sorting out how to live with the daily reality of COVID-19. Some are asking another question that is equally important: how do you prepare your business for a post-COVID-19 world?

What would a TikTok ban mean to brands?

What would a TikTok ban mean to brands?

Would you miss it?

Around the (home) office in the Ozarks with Burrelles’ Tressa Robbins

Around the (home) office in the Ozarks with Burrelles’ Tressa Robbins

The VP of customer onboarding talks wild hogs and coyotes while working in remote Missouri.

Affirmation that earned media is rising

Affirmation that earned media is rising

During the Earned Media Rising Exchange events presented by Cision, comms pros gathered to discuss the power of data and analytics to better understand the value of earned content.

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Protecting your business against COVID-19 Cyber Criminals

Protecting your business against COVID-19 Cyber Criminals

What has been given surprisingly little airtime is how the pandemic has led to an absolute field day for cybercriminals feeding off the recent uncertainty and increased dependence on digital.

The PR Week: 7.10.2020: Bant Breen, Qnary

The PR Week: 7.10.2020: Bant Breen, Qnary

Qnary founder and chairman Bant Breen talks about how the digital landscape has shifted throughout his career, as well as the latest industry news.

Breakfast Briefing: 5 things for PR pros to know Friday morning

Breakfast Briefing: 5 things for PR pros to know Friday morning

Ocasio-Cortez calls out Goya Foods; A comms director plays the ukulele; Case study: how HBO pivoted PR plans; Our weekly podcast, Qnary's Bant Breen; Gaming star deletes TikTok.

‘I May Destroy You’: How HBO prepared viewers for the show’s potentially triggering content

‘I May Destroy You’: How HBO prepared viewers for the show’s potentially triggering content

The series centers on a young woman dealing with the aftermath of sexual assault.

Portland restructures with new MD and senior departures

Portland restructures with new MD and senior departures

Portland is restructuring most of its global business under a single P&L, with a new MD appointed for the combined operation and the announcement of several senior departures, PRWeek has learned.

Breakfast Briefing: 5 things for PR pros to know on Thursday morning

Breakfast Briefing: 5 things for PR pros to know on Thursday morning

Why Popeyes stalked pizza delivery drivers; Amazon pulling Washington Redskins merchandise from its site.

Why Popeyes stalked pizza delivery drivers

Why Popeyes stalked pizza delivery drivers

The fast food chain conducted an experiment in Portland, Oregon.

Medtech company GN Hearing chooses global agency of record

Medtech company GN Hearing chooses global agency of record

Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K) has won the global agency of record mandate for international hearing aid manufacturer, GN Hearing.

Seven Letter merges with O’Neill and Associates

Seven Letter merges with O’Neill and Associates

The deal was formalized July 1.

Coronavirus Briefing: Schools plan for the fall, beachgoer shaming, and a patient-confidence rebound

Coronavirus Briefing: Schools plan for the fall, beachgoer shaming, and a patient-confidence rebound

This week’s Haymarket Media Coronavirus Briefing is 1,261 words and will take you seven minutes to read.

CreatorIQ launches certified partner network for influencer campaigns

CreatorIQ launches certified partner network for influencer campaigns

The network includes Collectively, Sway Group, Everywhere Agency, ShopStyle Collective and Digital Brand Architects.

Peppercomm launches sentiment mapping tool

Peppercomm launches sentiment mapping tool

The firm says Mindset.AI helps brands figure out customer mindsets.

Coffee Break with PayPal’s Amanda Coffee

Coffee Break with PayPal’s Amanda Coffee

The online payment company’s senior global comms manager moved to NYC just before COVID-19 forced lockdown measures. This eponymous episode chronicles her unique indoctrination to Big Apple living.

Tech Talk with Socialbakers CEO Yuval Ben-Itzhak

Tech Talk with Socialbakers CEO Yuval Ben-Itzhak

“Now, when budgets are more challenging, the brands will look for one platform to do the whole thing.”

Will TikTok’s nod to business make it the marketing platform of choice for brands?

Will TikTok’s nod to business make it the marketing platform of choice for brands?

Game changer or enhancement, brands are paying attention to the TikTok for Business rollout.

Perhaps, don’t pitch on Tuesday morning

Perhaps, don’t pitch on Tuesday morning

A new study by Israeli PR Technology company Propel finds Friday pitches to have the highest response rate.

Siemens division Mendix names Bospar as North America AOR

Siemens division Mendix names Bospar as North America AOR

Mendix is a low-code application-development platform company opened by German tech giant Siemens.

Breakfast Briefing: 5 things for PR pros to know on Wednesday morning

Breakfast Briefing: 5 things for PR pros to know on Wednesday morning

Hold the PRess initiative puts agencies’ feet to the fire on diversity; Organizers pan Facebook meeting; J.K. Rowling, other authors call out cancel culture.

Syneos unveils fresh US and Europe comms leadership team

Syneos unveils fresh US and Europe comms leadership team

Syneos Health has unveiled a new leadership team across the US and Europe, in comms, strategy and advertising

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To build the Agency of the Future, measure like a media company

To build the Agency of the Future, measure like a media company

Firms can learn a thing or two from sophisticated media organizations that are using analytics to measure all facets of how their audiences engage with coverage, says Zach Silber, chief innovation officer and MD of Kivvit.