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Ten things you need to know today
1. Edelman and Media Zoo PR targeted by anti-fracking protesters
2. Malaysia Airlines to rebrand after disasters leave it "technically bankrupt"
3. Westbourne appoints UK business leader Luke Johnson as chairman
4. Etihad Airways parts with Bell Pottinger and returns to Four Communications for UK PR
5. PIMCO corp comms head Daniel Tarman to join eBay as CCO
6. Caitlyn Jenner 'breaks the internet' after getting one million Twitter followers in record time
7. Martin Sorrell's pay 'exceptionally high,' according to investor adviser
8. SABMiller's Andy Wales named corporate affairs director for Europe
9. Labour tried to recruit BBC's Nick Robinson as 'spin doctor'
10. Premier PR behind 'T-rex in transit' stunt for National Geographic
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Celebrity myths. How much sway do the media have on young people's perceptions of the famous and how can celebrity managers capitalise on it?
The first rule of crisis comms is don't panic The first rule of crisis comms is don't panic
Richard Warburton is the director of media for Save The Children and a speaker at PRWeek's Crisis Comms conference, which begins on 18 June. The comms chief speaks to PRWeek about his early experience in journalism, media handling for the Home Office of the 7/7 bombing in London and the reason he now works for a major charity.
Cannes Lions: The Force awakens Cannes Lions: The Force awakens
The hype around Episode VII of the Cannes PR Lions is already reaching fever pitch.
Showcase: Jeremy Kyle at the Cheltenham Festival, Racing UK Showcase: Jeremy Kyle at the Cheltenham Festival, Racing UK
Racing UK is the country's biggest horseracing channel, despite monthly fees of £22.98 a month that make it the nation's costliest TV subscription. Membership, though strong, had levelled off recently. So Racing UK wanted to mount a subscription drive using the Cheltenham Festival as a hook.
Five things you may have missed
1. Bell Pottinger spin-off Consulum makes redundancies in London and Bahrain
2. Bell Pottinger makes redundancies in London alongside Maitland vice-chairman hire
3. Scottish Government opens consultation on lobbying bill
4. Picture gallery: PRWeek and Hiive's Get Ahead in PR event
5. Edelman hires Esther Busscher of FleishmanHillard to head Brussels business

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