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Weber Shandwick and Save the Children have released a series of “unboxing” videos featuring kids opening what they think are toys, but turn out to be hard reminders of the events that “end” childhood for one in four children worldwide.
NANA an award-winning documentary that will debut at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust on May 11, has assigned PR to Issa Public Relations, New York.
The May 8 New Yorker devotes 12 pages to “What would it take to cut short Trump’s Presidency?” Trump supporters said it is another example of the liberal media bias that brought Trump the Presidency. (3 reader comments)
Pro-Walmart forces convinced 48% of a 300+ studio audience to vote in favor of “Long Live Walmart” but 44% of the online audience voted against the proposition while 40% voted in favor of it.
Protect our Power, which advocates for increased measures to guard against cyber or physical attack on U.S. electric power infrastructure, has called on NYC-based Lumentus to reach key stakeholders.
Attacking fears that truth might be “dead,” a thought proposed by the April 3 Time mag, the Arthur W. Page Society this week reaffirmed its commitment to truth and facts and said journalists and PR people must work closely together.
Perry Communications Group welcomes back Katelyn Downey as senior A/E, previously an account coordinator at the agency, and president Kassy Perry’s daughter Kaitlin, who had been an intern, and now becomes a senior A/E.
Most Americans believe social media has an effect on public policy outcomes in the U.S., but are split regarding whether the role it plays in informing the public on political matters is a good or bad one.
More than 120 attendees stressed the need for women as well as men to be mentors at a program for “International Women’s Day” at LMHQ in partnership with Porter Novelli March 8 at LMHQ’s meeting space in lower Manhattan.