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This week's most read stories
Is this the most nonsensical piece of advice for PRs? Is this the most nonsensical piece of advice for PRs?
Social media is overflowing with "tips" from journalists on how PRs should interact with them. Some are genuinely constructive, many are amusing and occasionally you stumble across the downright absurd.
Is the infographic dead? Is the infographic dead?
I remember wondering about this question three years ago. Today, I'm still looking at them daily, writes Joel Windels of Brandwatch.
Amazon quickly pulls plug on subway campaign with Nazi imagery Amazon quickly pulls plug on subway campaign with Nazi imagery
A campaign running in the New York City subway promoting 'The Man in the High Castle' and featuring Nazi and Imperial Japanese imagery met a quick end on Tuesday.
Corbyn's media training cut short as he turned up late, says Channel 4 Corbyn's media training cut short as he turned up late, says Channel 4
Jeremy Corbyn is reported to have been booked in for professional media training - only to apparently forget about the session and arrive late.
In-depth analysis and comment
1. Top PR agencies hold own against other marketing disciplines, but independents struggle for margins
2. From Copenhagen to Paris: How the comms of climate change have shifted
3. Cheryl Fernandez-Versini was right to take swift legal action over that picture
The latest from PRWeek US and Asia
1. P&G reassessing PR work for baby, feminine care brands
2. Nestlé's "brave" Thailand seafood admission the new reality for food companies probing their supply chains
3. 15 ways brands are serving up Thanksgiving tweets
4. Snapdeal dissociates itself from Bollywood brand ambassador's remarks over growing intolerance in India

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