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Stop Funding Hate claims scalp as Lego becomes first major brand to pull out of promotional tie-up Stop Funding Hate claims scalp as Lego becomes first major brand to pull out of promotional tie-up
The Stop Funding Hate campaign won its first major scalp over the weekend when Lego agreed to end a promotional tie-up with the Daily Mail.
Watch: Heathrow teddy bears highlight the joy of coming home for Christmas Watch: Heathrow teddy bears highlight the joy of coming home for Christmas
Heathrow Airport is for the first time running a Christmas campaign, with a video highlighting what it calls the "iconic experience" of travelling through the airport and the joy of coming home at Christmas.
'Creativity isn't born in London' - Does PR need to have its bubble burst? 'Creativity isn't born in London' - Does PR need to have its bubble burst?
Is the PR industry stuck in a London bubble, out of touch with the everyday lives of the common Briton? Ogilvy PR's CEO fears it may be...
Sainsbury's musical epic brings the bustle of Christmas to life in stop-frame animation Sainsbury's musical epic brings the bustle of Christmas to life in stop-frame animation
Sainsbury's has released its Christmas campaign film, a stop-frame animation epic with complete with an original song, sung by James Corden.
'The PR man is in a lot of trouble' - C4's Jon Snow dissects the past, present and future of media 'The PR man is in a lot of trouble' - C4's Jon Snow dissects the past, present and future of media
TV news stalwart Jon Snow talks to PRWeek about being at the forefront of digital media, his relationships with PRs, the importance of personal branding and the future of journalism
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Social-media disruption of PR is real and it's happening now. Lines between PR and social-media teams are increasingly blurred, and integration is rapidly becoming non-negotiable.
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4. Broadcast television is 80 years old and PR must harness the medium for the digital age
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