Knowing your audience, avoiding vanity metrics and other key takeaways from Chichi Osuagwu’s webinar on Global PR Measurement
Almost 2 million news items have reported the killing of George by police in Minneapolis, but how have media outlets differed in their coverage?
A company-wide email from our head of people, Hanna Linden. Signal AI stands with the Black community in the fight against all forms of racism, inequality and injustice
Amid the uncertainty of lockdown, PR & Comms teams have an opportunity to enhance their strategic position within the organisation and demonstrate value beyond a team that publishes releases.
There’s a laundry list of outbreaks and disasters that have forced communications professionals to step up, wander off the path of day-to-day operations to communicate through a crisis.
In the last decade, the PR and communications industries have gone through a huge transformation, with the sources of information increasing exponentially in volume and speed, as well as a complete change in information consumption patterns.
The PR and Communications industry has a rich history supporting executives and government officials’ needs to be well-informed.
We’re tracking the US Democratic Party presidential primaries and have updated the tracker for December to January 15th.
Here we take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly, in the PR news this week: top campaign and agency of the decade, McDonald’s appoint new PR agency, and the new Spotify social music discovery.
As 2019 comes to an end, here we reflect on the incredible year we’ve had.
Here we take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly, in the PR news this week: Peloton Christmas advert misfires, Christmas ads for good causes, general election beery PR stunt and more.
We’re tracking the US Democratic Party presidential primaries and have updated the tracker for September to November 2019.