The winners of the 2018 PR Lions exhibited very similar characteristics to previous years, with creative agencies dominating PR firms' home turf once again - but there was encouragement in other Cannes categories.
Frayter is MD of the firm's media team.
The Bartle Bogle Hegarty co-founder sat down with Financial Times' global media editor Matthew Garrahan at Cannes.
But that could change if consumers see companies as complicit in data abuse.
The new feature is part of the Cision Communications Cloud.
A very short missive this week as I'm hitting the deadline buffers before I head off to Cannes for the annual Festival of Creativity and then the World Cup in Russia.
Schrage, the company's head of comms and public policy, has worked there since 2008.
The president sat for the rare interview with a non-Fox journalist after meeting Kim Jong Un in Singapore.
Stunt is a word PR pros have been trying to escape for years, but this week suggests there is still mileage in this old school way of attracting attention - as long as it is accompanied by a bit of plain old common sense too.
Three dozen PR agencies have helped the fund since it launched at the start of the year.
As an iconic leader unveils his new plans, his former employer's annual review draws a perfunctory line under its founder's 33-year contribution to the company.
Autotrader and State Farm have pulled ads from the TBS late-night show after host Samantha Bee used a very unkind term to describe Ivanka Trump.
Mark St Andrew, previously head of comms for the Cannes Lions festival, has joined News Corporation-owned ad tech firm Unruly as global comms director.
Forty jurors will deliberate online but the final judging group in Cannes will comprise just 10 people rather than the usual 20.
Not only should you have saved twice your salary, you should also have eaten at least two times your weight in guacamole.
Plus: What Starbucks employees can expect at next week's anti-bias training.
Would you accept a request to connect from Peter W.?
The systems-maker is the latest company to abandon the platform over brand safety concerns.
Three execs from the social platform put on a World Cup marketing master class this week.
The UK's Advertising Standards Authority has censured Nike after the apparel giant failed to deliver a pair of limited edition shoes to a footwear fan who had won the chance to buy them in a Twitter competition.
Editor-in-chief Dan Frommer talks about his publication's new entrepreneurial spirit
TheAtlantic.com has reached record audience growth, hitting an all-time high of 42.3 million visitors in May. LaFrance, 31, talks about how the historic brand is keeping relevant.
WebMD's VP of editorial development Stephanie Snipes outlines the health outlet's web and video pivot.
Newly installed editor-in-chief Joanne Lipman touts USA Today's investigative credibility and its network of 110 publications.
Editor-in-chief Susan Goldberg talks to Sean Czarnecki about running the historic National Geographic after being bought by 21st Century Fox and not trolling President Trump.
Dee Fabbricatore lifts the lid on an editorial approach that uses an algorithm to dictate the content her teams produce.
What to say when your agency colleague asks you for a reading recommendation... theskimm's cofounders chat with PRWeek about its smart but fun take on the news.
The veteran of Politico and The New York Times talks about his latest venture and how it's helping to establish a baseline truth for people in several industries.
Editor-in-chief Carolyn Kylstra, one of the architects behind BuzzFeed Health, chats with PRWeek about Self's mission in the age of 360 social experiences.
Gillian Tett, U.S. managing editor for the Financial Times chats with Sean Czarnecki about covering American politics and making sure print and online editorial teams play nicely.