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In this episode, we take a look at the looming "crisis" caused by escalating COVID cases and the so-called "pingemic". W Communications CEO Rachel Friend, Publicis UK Influencer practice lead Chris McCafferty and Ready10 director Aimee Jacobs r
The panel discusses England in the Euros and what needs to be done to tackle online racism following attacks on Saka, Sancho and Rashford. They then look at whether BBC's independence has been tarnished after the Robbie Gibb allegations, and wh
Lansons CEO Tony Langham and Red Havas MD Rachael Sansom join PRWeek's John Harrington and Arvind Hickman to talk about PR campaigns at the Cannes Lions festival and what makes a good purpose campaign. The pair then share their views on how PR
Fresh from receiving a CBE, industry legend Sarah Waddington shares her memories of the late PR luminaries Bob Leaf & Robert Phillips. PRWeek news editor Arvind Hickman and Sarah then discuss their first impressions of GBNews and the brand back
Citypress CEO Charles Tattersall and Manifest Manchester MD Bec Chelin join PRWeek news editor Arvind Hickman to discuss Euro 2020 campaigns and the controversy over England players taking the knee. They then share their expectations for new TV
PRWeek's John Harrington and Arvind Hickman analyse how tennis star Naomi Osaka and tennis authorities handled her controversial withdrawal from the French Open due to mental health concerns. They then discuss how brands can avoid 'pinkwashing'
India is enduring one of the world’s worst COVID crises with a death toll rapidly rising towards 300,000. H+K India CEO Abishek Gulyani and freelance journalist and media consultant Shubhreet Kaur join the PRWeekly to discuss what it is like on
The local election has been largely hailed as a victory for the Conservatives and SNP. Special guests Inflect Partners founder Emily Wallace and Cicero/AMO associate director Sonia Khan discuss why the Conservative's campaign is resonating and
Taylor Herring CEO James Herring and Publicis’ UK Influence Practice lead Chris McCafferty join PRWeek editor John Harrington to share the lowdown on Publicis Groupe's high profile acquisition of Taylor Herring, why they decided to sell and wha
The Top 150 PR consultancies has landed. PRWeek UK editor John Harrington, news editor Arvind and special guest, PRWeek EMEA editor-in-chief Danny Rogers, analyse how agencies fared in a year disrupted by COVID; it was the first time aggregate
A lobbying scandal involving former Prime Minister David Cameron has exposed a concerning lack of transparency. The PRCA's Francis Ingham and Cicero/AMO's Louise Stewart discuss what needs to happen next, including a six-point plan to fix lobby
In this episode, PRWeek UK editor John Harrington and news editor Arvind Hickman discuss Ogilvy UK CEO Michael Frohllch's sudden move to Weber Shandwick; the Finn Partners acquisition of a digital agency; the impact COVID has had on internal co
Returning to the office full-time looks like a thing of the past, as the majority of PR professionals prefer flexible working. PRWeek’s UK editor John Harrington and news editor Arvind Hickman take a deep dive into what the future of work looks
W Communications founder Warren Johnson believes spring will be a crunch time for many PR agencies, predicting a "smaller second wave" of business closures. In a brutally honest discussion, Warren explains how the Government's timeline to ease
Women's careers and mental health have been disproportionately impacted by the COVID crisis. This special International Women's Day episode, guest hosted by Women in PR president Anna Geffertt, examines the issues in relation to the comms indus
In the UK, Europe, Australia and the US, regulators are planning to clampdown on Big Tech and social media like never before to combat the spread of fake news, cyberbullying and protect user privacy. But what does regulation look like, how will
As the UK's COVID death toll passes 100,000, our panel discusses the comms challenges around vaccines and other major industry issues to look out for this year. Featuring: Hearst Director of PR & Communications Effie Kanyua; Cicero/AMO Execut
The technology industry has thrived during the COVID crisis by helping society adapt to lockdowns and a new way of isolated living. This episode looks at how tech PR has helped firms get cut through in a frenetic news cycle, whether it has help
Agency leaders are concerned about the impact of COVID lockdowns on the mental health of employees heading into winter. This podcast takes a look at how the crisis is impacting mental health, what agencies are doing to provide vital support and
By their own admission, PR’s industry bodies have not done enough to address ethnic diversity, but is all that about to change? We speak to leaders and diversity chiefs of the PRCA & CIPR about why they have moved too slowly and how they plan t
Jewish PR leaders David Fraser (Ready10), Sophie Raine (Ketchum), Graham Goodkind (Frank) and Natalie Neave (Tin Man) discuss the Wiley attacks and social media response, the scourge of antisemitism and their personal stories of hurt, whether i
The coronavirus pandemic has been challenging for established PR agencies with many battling for survival. Despite this, many new agencies have launched. This episode will take a closer look at four of them to find out why they decided to launc
Only three agencies (Manifest, Blurred and InFusion) have earned accreditation to a new scheme that aims to improve racial diversity in PR. This episode looks at how they qualified for Blueprint accreditation and why this is such an important a
The government's new COVID quarantine rules have been described as 'ridiculous', 'daft' and will have a devastating impact on travel and hospitality. The industry is fighting back through a PR campaign led by The PC Agency founder Paul Charles
BP has doubled down on its ambition to become a net zero carbon emitting business by 2050 despite the crippling impacts of the global pandemic. Oil prices plummeted to below zero in the US, supply has dried up and businesses have been forced in
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