The Miami Heat beat the San Antonio Spurs last night in dramatic fashion to claim its second consecutive NBA championship, and increased global awareness of the towering image of star LeBron James first, and its own team brand second. That’s a lot of No. 6 jerseys and, ultimately, boosts in CPMs for Heat games on TV.
A recent Cheerios commercial featuring an interracial mother and daughter sparks racist rants online.
A Memorial Day social media campaign from a savvy brand raises awareness of our nation’s troops while asking little of its fans—a neat trick.
With the marketplace for sustainability stories more crowded than ever, PR counselors and sustainability leaders must become more strategic to get theirs noticed.
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