Snap has announced a joint venture with media giant NBCUniversal to develop and produce shows for Snapchat.
Facebook has bought social polling app tbh, which invites users to anonymously answer good-natured multiple choice questions about friends, and then sends the answers to the subjects in the form of compliments.
The veteran of Apple and Twitter had a short stint as chair of Edelman's technology sector. Sanjay Nair has replaced her in the agency role.
Thousands of women are swearing off the microblogging platform in support of actress Rose McGowan. Plus: a top Samsung executive quits and Uber fights for its driver's license in London.
Marcomms leaders from IBM and Home Depot shared their strategies for reaching the elusive millennial at PRWeek's Swipe Right conference on Thursday.
Plus: Boxed.com founder Chieh Huang outlined how his brand plans to steal market share from Walmart and Amazon.
Blair Decembrele and Suzi Owens have been upped to director; and Blythe Yee was named VP.
Mark Zuckerberg conceded the hurricane-crippled island wasn't the best venue for Facebook to show off its VR technology. Plus: Trump in Pennsylvania, Uber's growing list of legal problems, and misery for U.S. soccer fans.
Hill+Knowlton Strategies' London office has launched a social and environmental change tool designed to promote authentic comms and help clients "define their purpose".
As Jonathan Mildenhall prepares to quit Airbnb's top marketing role, Campaign recalls some of the (many) arresting quotes from his three-year-tenure.
Microsoft has commissioned a VR experience for the launch of its Windows Mixed Reality immersive headsets on October 17.
Vodafone has rebranded itself with a new logo, tagline, and campaign in all 36 countries in which it operates.
Plus: There's a rare consensus on gun control forming on Capitol Hill, and the Monopoly Man made a rare appearance in front of Congress. Plus: how not to act at a press conference, starring Cam Newton.
Dropbox has redesigned its logo and introduced a colorful look to underscore its global brand campaign focusing on creative energy.
Brendon Craigie, former CEO at Hotwire, has launched "location agnostic" science and technology PR agency Tyto with ex-charity director Ellen Raphael.
Where to get free coffee today; Twitter's Russia briefings called "inadequate"; Elon Musk's new plan for rocket travel between cities; Judge rules Black Lives Matter social movement, hashtags can't be sued; and other news to know this morning.
Hynes was succeeded at Salesforce by Corey duBrowa, the former SVP of global comms at Starbucks, who joined in June.
Next 15 has reported an improved performance in the second and third quarters of 2017 after a slow Q1, and announced the acquisition of financial market research consultancy Charterhouse Research for £2.75m ($3.7m).
HP's diversity initiative one year on: Agencies exceed gender targets, fall short on minority representation
HP's Karen Kahn blames it on unconscious bias and an inability to build a talent pipeline.
Uber's past behavior hasn't helped its case with Transport for London but does revoking its license send the wrong message about the capital?
Experts share how podcasts are helping brands reach consumers on a deeper level in "today's 140-character world."
Apple's most advanced smartphone will sell itself, but touting the iPhone 8 presents a number of hurdles, say experts.
While bitcoin's profile has skyrocketed alongside its exponential price, a group of devotees have gone about promoting the underpinning technology - the blockchain.
The Pikachu-catching phenomenon popularized AR and made the technology much more accessible.
Experts see incredible potential for AI as a collaboration tool at agencies. But don't expect every firm to build its own version of Publicis' Marcel.