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Some are worried that the merger of Havas with Vivendi might compromise the ad-buying of the agency. Both parties have sought to allay such fears.
Boca Raton Resort & Club said no to the BBC filming an interview on their grounds with local PR pro and club member Tom Madden on his new book “Is There … Enough Brady in Trump To Win The Insuperable Bowl?”
The Atlantic has named former Slate deputy editor John Swansburg senior editor as the magazine experiences new highs in subscriptions and newsstand sales.
Longtime Fox News Anchor Bill O’Reilly “will not be returning” to his post, it was announced this afternoon by 21st Century Fox, parent of the news channel. What say you? Read comments by Ashley McCown, Tom Madden, Joe Honick & Stan Steinreich.
PepsiCo has pulled a controversial advertisement staring Kendall Jenner amid criticisms that the segment amounts to a tasteless trivialization of current social justice issues. (1 reader comment)
A panel from GE Digital, Levick, Digiday, The Daily Beast and Cision will examine on March 29 journalism’s “credibility crisis” including “loss of public trust” and “shrinking deadlines.”
Celebrity editors like extended interviews with celebs if possible and prefer emails from PR reps before phone calls or in-person visits, a PRSA/New York “Meet the Media” audience was told March 23 at Cohn & Wolfe.
Kristin Harris, celebrity editor of BuzzFeed, will join five other reporters on this beat at the PRSA/New York panel Thursday, March 23 at Cohn & Wolfe.
Leora Arnowitz, entertainment editor, Foxnews.com, and four other celeb editors will tell PR people how to channel “star power” into their programs at a “Meet the Media” session of PRSA/New York March 23.
National Press Club president Jeff Ballou says the TV/movie star "depicted journalists as human beings" and this was "probably a good thing for the public's understanding of the media."
The National Press Club, referring to President-elect Trump’s refusal to answer a question from CNN’s Jim Acosta at yesterday’s presser, condemns his liberal use of the term “fake news.” (1 reader comment)