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PRWeek Asia - The Mix | June 23rd 2015

The Mix is a weekly bulletin from PRWeek Asia, offering a selection of free articles, plus a look at the content available only to subscribers.

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Mind your language: Churning and blasting Mind your language: Churning and blasting
Text100's Paul Mottram says most content marketing isn't working...and it's giving the industry a bad name
PRWeek outlines biggest players in world PR with launch of Global Power Book PRWeek outlines biggest players in world PR with launch of Global Power Book
PRWeek today launches its Global Power Book, the definitive guide to the most influential people in world PR.
PRWeek Awards Asia: The winners + The Gallery PRWeek Awards Asia: The winners + The Gallery
Hill+Knowlton and Edelman take coveted Campaign of the Year awards with Weber Shandwick scooping regional network of the year title
UPDATED: The day that was PR360Asia in words and pictures UPDATED: The day that was PR360Asia in words and pictures
The PR and communications industry is still grappling with its identity crisis as session after session at PR360 Asia dwelled on blurring lines, new technology and changing mindsets.
For PRWeek subscribers only
1. Ex-Bloomberg journalist named vice president at ICR in Beijing
2. The Hoffman Agency wins TeamQuest pitch
3. PR firms win at Cannes in non-PR categories
4. Where was PR at Cannes Health?
5. Toyota backs Julie Hamp after drug arrest in Japan
6. Malaysia Airlines hires Faridah Hashim as head of corporate comms
   

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