Eleanor McManus of Trident DMG helped to organize The Press Forward, a group of former and current journalists dedicated to ending sexual harassment in the media. She chats with PRWeek about working with newsrooms to change their cultures.
Chalk it up to the hype surrounding features such as “Blade Runner” or “Mr. Robot,” but it seems American consumers stand ready to embrace artificial intelligence. In the U.S., 45 percent of adults describe their feelings towards artificial intelligence as “interested,” per a new study, “Sex, Lies and AI: How Americans Feel About Artificial Intelligence…
A coincidence of release dates made the wireless sound system brand and virtual band the ideal match for an immersive audiovisual experience.
Influencer marketing is a huge, young phenomenon—in more ways than one. Many were gobsmacked to learn that a 6-year-old kid named Ryan has made Forbes’ list by reviewing toys in YouTube videos. His video channel, “Ryan ToysReview,” features the young star opening toys and giving enthusiastic commentary, prompted by his off-screen parents. The Washington Post…
Guto Harri is leaving his role at media giant Liberty Global, two years after the former Boris Johnson aide departed News UK.
The group’s latest spot follows the success of Evan, the PSA that won several Cannes Lions last year.
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Noughties boyband Blue has renamed itself Green in a mockumentary designed to help raise awareness of energy provider npower’s ‘Go Green’ tariff.
Insurance group RSA’s director of comms Alice Hunt, who reports to CEO Stephen Hester, is leaving the business as part of an internal restructure.