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Vatican rethinks comms strategy to deal with 'unpredictable' Pope Francis Vatican rethinks comms strategy to deal with 'unpredictable' Pope Francis
The Vatican made two senior comms appointments in December, with Rev Paul Tighe named adjunct secretary at the Pontifical Council for Culture and Greg Burke deputy director of the Holy See press office. Does this signal a rethink in the Catholic Church's PR approach? Catherine Lafferty investigates.
Are UK PR agencies ageist? Are UK PR agencies ageist?
New research shows that the chief executives of the UK's top PR agencies are predominantly under the age of 50, and the dearth of older practitioners at all levels across the agency industry serves to underline PR's ongoing problem with retaining senior talent.
Samsung UK head of PR Rachel Lloyd departs following restructure Samsung UK head of PR Rachel Lloyd departs following restructure
Samsung UK head of PR Rachel Lloyd has left the company following a restructure.
Showcase: Stephen Fry welcomes you to Heathrow Showcase: Stephen Fry welcomes you to Heathrow
Heathrow Airport briefed Red Consultancy to devise a campaign to give passengers a sense of the UK's culture from the moment they arrived at the airport.
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1. Minding the comms gap: TfL's PR team on Uber, terror, delays and working with Boris
2. The future of influencer marketing
3. Three reasons why it's time to ditch the demographics
4. Corn, granite and momentum: The view from the Iowa caucuses
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1. Amid Super Bowl 50, NFL faces its biggest fight: Making the game safe
2. New Edelman China CEO: PR less resistant to change than advertising
3. New York City asks for mom bloggers' help fighting Zika virus
4. Tata Motors to rebrand new car following Zika virus outbreak

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