In the dark about the outage? After the recent blackout in Argentina, Uraguay, and Paraguay, we shed some light on the subject.
The death of the British High Street is more likely than ever after the collapse of Jamie Oliver’s restaurant chain. We dig into the demise of casual dining and explore how this development isn’t surprising at all.
It can be hard to capitalise on in-moment PR opportunities, here we look at the trend of milkshake attacks on right-wing figures and how brands responded.
In a world where the use of social media and digital channels have become commonplace in PR, we often forget just how powerful print advertising can be.
Follow this blog post for the daily takeaways from the Milken Institute Global Conference 2019.
Here at Signal, we champion diversity and inclusion. This is why we hosted ClojureBridge last month – a free workshop teaching the Clojure programming language, primarily aimed towards trans/cis women and non-binary people.
Why does the media refuse to call white murderers terrorists? Why, instead, are these killers humanised and we, the reader, encouraged to feel for or relate to them?
There are so many day-to-day tasks that are crucial to any PR role. But in the age of automation, there are always better – and less time exhaustive – ways to do them.
In the fast-paced world of PR, you need to be productive to succeed. There’s often too much to do, yet so little time. But not to fear! We’ve compiled a list of six handy tools you can use to complete daily tasks much more quickly.
The RSA conference is the information security event of the year. Discover what PR tactics smaller information security firms used to maximize their media coverage.
So what tactics does the construction industry employ to stay ahead of the media – or at least, minimise negative fallout?
Now that the conference is over, and its record-breaking 109,000 attendees have gone home, we look back at the key organisations and topics (as nominated by Ovum) that hit the headlines last week.