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Media Is Facebook saving journalism or ruining it? (NY Times)
Crisis Corporate scandals tarnishing Japan's image (DW)
Media Donald Trump dominates 'earned media' (MP)
The Westhampton Beach board, hoping to take the same deal as Southampton and Quogue, says it will allow an eruv Jewish boundary to avoid possible millions in fees. But a vote by Trustees June 2 is needed.
Keith Hughes, former Burson-Marsteller managing director, has joined Ruder Finn, where he will head the agency's U.S. corporate practice.
Most online media have left the responsibility of FTC compliance regarding native advertising on the shoulders of brands, according to a new survey of online media professionals. (2 reader comments)
Politics Trump ally Roger Stone admits that Trump posted as his own PR man (N. McDermott)
Stunts PR stunt causes terror panic at Cannes (Daily Mail)
Crisis Mexico to fight Trump with PR campaign (Miami Herald)
New Book A heritage management manifesto (B. Weindruch)
The Association for Civil Society Development in Azerbaijan has hired Greenberg Traurig, LLP to provide U.S. government relations counsel.
Mayor Maria Moore of Westhampton Beach announced she will seek re-election to another two-year term. Candidates must file by 5 p.m. today, May 13. Also seeking re-election are trustees Ralph Urban and Charles Palmer. Election is June 17.
Crisis Trump denies impersonating a PR rep to plant stories (Bloomberg)
Corporate Pfizer shuts off last official source of execution drugs (NY Times)
Profile Meet the PR mastermind who's managed Woody Allen's image for years (Jezebel)
Q&A Influence, PR and snake oil - Phil Sheldrake (R. Smith)
Content Paid media makes earned work harder (C. Burnum)
Most women dislike gender-targeted ads, according to a recent national survey that sought to analyze how different marketing channels influence the engagement and purchasing decisions of female consumers.