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Video: Cannes chair of judges Lynne Anne Davis on PR's "breakout" year at the awards Video: Cannes chair of judges Lynne Anne Davis on PR's
Lynne Anne Davis, president Asia Pacific at Fleishman Hillard and chair of this year's judging panel at Cannes, speaks to Steve Barrett about why PR is having a good year at Cannes.
Video: Weber Shandwick CEO Andy Polansky - 'PR will make its mark at Cannes' Video: Weber Shandwick CEO Andy Polansky - 'PR will make its mark at Cannes'
PRWeek US editor-in-chief Steve Barrett talks to Weber Shandwick global CEO Andy Polansky about what the Cannes Lions means to him, how PR has been "elevated" in recent times, and what he's looking forward to seeing at the festival.
Sorrell and Levy on talent, social good, and the Young Lions Health Award Sorrell and Levy on talent, social good, and the Young Lions Health Award
UNICEF and Unilever teamed up with Cannes Lions to discover the next generation of young creative talent and empower them to focus their skills on strengthening health systems in the developing world.
Video: Will she care and will she share? Rob Flaherty speaks to PRWeek from Cannes Video: Will she care and will she share? Rob Flaherty speaks to PRWeek from Cannes
Rob Flaherty, global chief executive of Ketchum, speaks to Anna Reynolds about why Cannes is important for the PR industry, convergence and how to win more awards
Video: Barri Friedman Rafferty's advice to young PRs at Cannes
Barri Friedman Rafferty, chief executive of Ketchum, North America, talks to Anna Reynolds about how Cannes is relevant for young people
Views from our contributors
More women at Cannes but industry still falling short of balanced view of society More women at Cannes but industry still falling short of balanced view of society
I first heard the phrase "pattern recognition" at SXSW this year. Jennifer Hyman, co-founder of Rent the Runway, was on a panel about the future of retail, and they were discussing whether the Airbnb concept would have been funded if it had been pitched by a woman.
Say it ain't so, Mo Say it ain't so, Mo
I was struck by the words of Sky News' Simon Bucks at PRWeek's crisis communication conference when he said: "A crisis is a drama, and every drama needs heroes and villains."
There's not always an app for that There's not always an app for that
When Apple posted a job listing recently calling for editors for its recently announced news app, it's fair to say it raised a few eyebrows. The internet giant with an app for everything has conceded that humans might have their uses, but why?
Cannes: The view from London Cannes: The view from London
This time last year I was in Cannes. This year I am not. Have I missed anything? I think not - apart from a Rose hangover.
Where was PR at Cannes Health? Where was PR at Cannes Health?
The Cannes Health Lions featured some amazing and very creative work, but PR firms were conspicuous by their absence from the competition.
Creativity in healthcare? It's in the Cannes Creativity in healthcare? It's in the Cannes
Last year was the inaugural Lions Health festival of creativity in healthcare. The very fact that it even happened is a surprising success in itself yet our creative confidence, as an industry, felt shaky.

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