The longtime Edelman executive joins the podcast to discuss his journey at the world's largest PR firm. Also: Whole Foods's new AOR, the agency model evolution, the overtime epidemic in PR, and Pete Davidson's apology.
The founder of Bully Pulpit Interactive joins the podcast for a post-election report.
On this week's podcast: our favorite Halloween activations, Golin's repositioning, MSLGroup's new CEO, and Deirdre Latour's new job.
On this week's podcast: the first PRWeek 40 Under 40 baby, agency holding companies' Q3 reports, and the PR job boom.
Live from Chicago: the comms chief at Bechtel talks about what it means to be empowered in corporate America and her a-ha career moment.
On this week's podcast: the Disney-Fox merger, a senior-level departure from BCW, and Hill+Knowlton's separation from SJR.
PRWeek's Steve Barrett has a special report from Advertising Week New York on what makes great branded entertainment.
On this week's podcast: Brett Kavanaugh hearings, President Donald Trump at the U.N., midterm elections, and the 20th anniversary of PRWeek in the U.S.
Also featured: Text100's merger with Bite, Sesame Street's missed opportunity, and the biggest people moves this week.
Plus: The podcast team discusses W2O's Bob Pearson stepping down from his role, Martin Sorrell unveiling his plans for S4 Capital, Apple's new product launch, and more.
The podcast team discusses Nike's "Just Do It" campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick, tech giants appearing before the Senate, Bob Woodward's new book, and Mark Read taking the reins at WPP.
The podcast team discusses how brands can do "weird" marketing the right way, Terminix's job offer to Manu Ginobili, Edelman's move to reimburse 66 women, and more.
The podcast team discusses John Schnatter's SavePapaJohns.com campaign, Tesla retaining the services of Joele Frank, the Baylor University crisis, and more.
Steve Schmidt: Trump is 'inciter-in-chief' and Republican leadership resembles something from The Handmaid's Tale
Longtime public affairs strategist talks about the state of the Republican party, why U.S. politics is now a game of 'incitement, not persuasion,' and more.
Campaign's U.S. editor joins the team to discuss the brand's mission statement and future plans, the recent spate of agency acquisitions, the PRSA's poorly executed "PR Princess" quiz, Blockchain, Omarosa, and more.