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What PR pros should know about Cuba, Ireland, Saudi Arabia, and Japan

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US Weekender | June 6th 2015
Welcome to PRWeek's Weekender newsletter, which catches you up on everything you missed during the week, gives you a few long reads for the weekend, and highlights the biggest trends in the communications industry over the past seven days. Enjoy your weekend!

In our latest issue, we span the globe talking to brands and agencies in Ireland, Cuba, Saudi Arabia, and Japan. These four countries couldn’t be more different, but each offers exciting opportunities and unique challenges for communications pros.

June is LGBT pride month. As the US awaits a Supreme Court decision that could legalize marriage equality nationwide, campaigns targeting LGBT consumers are going bigger, more mainstream, and more international. Advocacy group GLAAD is also busy helping the media responsibly report on Caitlyn Jenner’s groundbreaking Vanity Fair cover.

The Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers will face off in the second game of the NBA Finals on Sunday night. Brands are also trying to score during the series, but they must be careful in how they use social media, say marketing pros.

Long reads: Worlds apart
Brand building in Cuba still a long way off Brand building in Cuba still a long way off
Ireland's tech scene strengthens as economy bounces back Ireland's tech scene strengthens as economy bounces back
Social prompts culture change in Saudi Arabia Social prompts culture change in Saudi Arabia
Digital gains credibility in Japan's PR market Digital gains credibility in Japan's PR market
LGBT pride month
Pride campaigns go global this June as High Court decision looms Pride campaigns go global this June as High Court decision looms
How GLAAD is helping the media write about Caitlyn Jenner's record-breaking cover How GLAAD is helping the media write about Caitlyn Jenner's record-breaking cover
NBA Finals
How brands can score from downtown during the NBA Finals How brands can score from downtown during the NBA Finals
Editor's view
Canneticipation is building Canneticipation is building
The annual Festival of Creativity in Cannes in the South of France is just weeks away and excitement is building as show time approaches.
The PR Week podcast
The PR Week 6.5.2015: What Blatter's resignation means for FIFA's reputation The PR Week 6.5.2015: What Blatter's resignation means for FIFA's reputation
Sepp Blatter steps down from FIFA; Caitlyn Jenner comes out in Vanity Fair; eBay appoints a new comms leader.
   

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