We are delighted to announce that Emily Maitlis will be the new lead presenter for BBC Newsnight. Kirsty Wark will be taking up an enhanced role on the programme and Emma Barnett will also be joining the presenting team. @maitlis | @KirstyWark | @Emmabarnett | @BBCNewsnight pic.twitter.com/8tQcL8TFtt— BBC News Press Team (@BBCNewsPR) March 20, 2019
And now I am listening to @machiavelli0087 explain how Niccolo Machiavelli would have handled Brexit! It would, apparently, have been rice pudding compared to the issues he had to deal with. This conference is nothing if not varied. #PublicPolicyConf— Carolyn (@theshooglypeg) March 19, 2019
Air Asia’s @tonyfernandes is one of the most high profile CEOs on social media. He’s just quit Facebook because of its perceived failure to handle the response to New Zealand shootings. https://t.co/JOahs2YtVx— Stuart Bruce 🇬🇧🇪🇺 (@stuartbruce) March 18, 2019
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#CommsSchool has really inspired her, Stephen. I don’t think she would mind me saying that she was very enthusiastic and full of ideas this week! Your initiative is really filling a gap between critical thinking & education and training for the workplace.— Sarah Billings 🇪🇺 (@sasbongo) March 21, 2019
PR Careers: 2019: 150 PR internships and graduate schemes
Many thanks to @ConorMcGrathPR and the excellent communication, media, PR and public affairs students at @UlsterUni for a great discussion on @UKgovcomms last night and for their hospitality. Details of our work is available here: https://t.co/2Vay8Rjqo9— Alex Stuart Aiken (@AlexanderAiken) March 21, 2019
Richard Bailey is editor of PR Place. He teaches and assesses undergraduate, postgraduate and professional students.