How burying bad news backfires

    The media loves a witch hunt, and a favourite way to expose someone is to show how they have tried to bury bad news. Just one reason why this tactic can be a disaster. We discuss whether burying bad news can ever be justified and examine better ways to deal with a crisis

    Communicator of the Week: Obama

    The challenges facing America over race and gun crime are significant. Obvious, though misleadingly overblown, parallels have been drawn with the battle against slavery in the 19th century. Obama speaks strongly and makes an argument well but would never be as memorable as it has already become without the way Barack Obama performed - not delivered - it

    Not a good week for EL James, but great headlines for a Suffolk museum

    An Ipswich museum hits the headlines for restoring a jug and trying to cheer up the little boy who broke it, while a US photography company does a great gesture to support of LBGT Pride month. Meanwhile, EL James, author of 50 Shades of Grey, gets crucified on Twitter

    All you need to know about the PRmoment Awards

    Last year we had over 600 entries and nearly 1000 people attend the awards – here is all the info you'll need about the UKs fastest growing PR Awards scheme.

    The PRmoment Awards 2015

    Golin and Manifest win big at the PRmoment Awards 2015.

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    The Winners of the PRmoment Awards North

    Smoking Gun PR walked away with the 'Consumer Agency of the Year' award, Citypress scooped the gong for 'Large Agency of the Year' and Umpf won three Awards.

    PR League - In House

    We've listed the top 40 in-house teams to win and be nominated for the most popular PR awards of the past three years.

    PR League - Agencies

    We've listed the top 60 agencies to win and be nominated for the most popular PR awards of the past three years.