PR Bants #16

Episode 16 of PR Bants covers these topics:

  • Can we trust academic research that is funded by Google?
  • Love Island fever hits the nation
  • The media landscape surrounding the Charlie Gard case.
  • A critique of Tesco’s statement announcing job losses
  • Why nothing has changed since Theresa May’s relaunch
  • The organising body of Pride in London cause offence with their media campaign
  • Snapchat’s location feature and concerns about communication, responsibility and ethics
  • Why Iberia was wrong to defend pregnancy tests for prospective cabin crew staff
  • Why #AskEddie was a such a hit for Southern Rail

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PR Bants #11

Our eleventh installment of PR Bants covers these topics:

  • Nicola Sturgeon steals the limelight by announcing plans to hold a second referendum
  • Was Stormzy right to attack NME Magazine for ‘exploiting’ his mental health issues
  • Why Jeremy Corbyn’s latest ‘call to alms’ video lacks authenticity
  • Professor Wendy Savage’s attempt to stage-manage controversial comments on abortion
  • Is Philip Hammond’s reputation damaged after his National Insurance U-turn?
  • Brands boycott Google

Happy listening, and let us know what you think by tweeting @PRbants using the hashtag #PRbants

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