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Eight things you need to know today
1. Heineken UK adds Exposure to consumer PR roster
2. EU politicians use Twitter to break news of Greek debt deal
3. Llorente & Cuenca eyes Cuban office
4. Ellen Pao out at Reddit a week after AMA leader Victoria Taylor ousted
5. What Facebook's changes mean for marketers
6. Government lines up panel to probe BBC Charter Review
7. Thunderbirds co-creator Sylvia Anderson hires Tidy Eye PR for new TV series
8. Rant & Rave appoints CubanEight to promote brand to UK businesses
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The Rise of the Vlog Star: how digital super influencers have changed the PR landscape The Rise of the Vlog Star: how digital super influencers have changed the PR landscape
With the latest Strictly Come Dancing 'celebrity' line-up rumoured to contain vlogger Louise Pentland, better known as Sprinkle of Glitter, we beg ourselves the question of what the role of the vlogger is.
Top of the month: Alton Towers delivers sensitive response to roller-coaster crash Top of the month: Alton Towers delivers sensitive response to roller-coaster crash
Alton Towers was praised for the way it handled its crisis comms after a devastating accident took place on its Smiler roller-coaster on 2 June.
Showcase 1: Spring-clean your home using eco-friendly techniques, Good Energy in-house team, April-May 2015
Away last week? Here are five things you may have missed
1. Teneo buys UK PR agencies Blue Rubicon and StockWell
2. Pro- and anti-fox hunting groups plan 'media blitz' ahead of Commons vote
3. Unions take tactical approach in 'media battle' over Tube strike
4. Thomas Cook appoints ex-Sainsbury's CEO Justin King to oversee crisis comms review
5. Ex-Toyota comms chief Julie Hamp released from jail without charge

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