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    Meeting the Challenge of Transformation: the changing landscape of strategic communication

Meeting the Challenge of Transformation: the changing landscape of strategic communication

By LSE MSc student Victoria Spiteri

We are constantly being reminded of the rapid pace at which journalism and media are evolving. Rachel Friend, CEO of Weber Shandwick UK, uses this pace to drive her work, and to invigorate how her company meets the transformation challenges a globalized world presents to the strategic communications industry.

In the current crowded communications landscape […]

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    2018 Brazil Elections: the dark power of social media and the threat to journalism

2018 Brazil Elections: the dark power of social media and the threat to journalism

With its polarizing candidates, tense political climate and rampant spread of fake news, the 2018 Brazilian Elections have caused quite a stir on the global stage. LSE post-graduate student Ariane Paquet-Labelle reports on what is a critical moment for the media as well as democracy.

An especially interesting aspect of this election is how candidates have chosen to run their campaigns […]

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    The New Media Ethics: Nick Clegg can be Facebook’s conscience

The New Media Ethics: Nick Clegg can be Facebook’s conscience

In his latest blog, George Pitcher asks what is in the Clegg appointment for Facebook and concludes that he can be a prophetic voice in Mark Zuckerberg’s wilderness

As the Times columnist Hugo Rifkind has noted, social-media posts about Nick Clegg over the past week or so have divided fairly neatly between those who are disappointed with him for accepting […]

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    The People vs Tech: From a utopia of openness to democracy under threat

The People vs Tech: From a utopia of openness to democracy under threat

This article is by LSE MSc student Anastasia Bektimirova

From the Cambridge Analytica scandal to the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States, concerns about foreign interference in elections, micro-targeting of political messages and the spread of online misinformation— all seem to be rooted in the menacing technology platforms that have enabled political actors to advance their […]

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    What does ‘trust’ mean for business in a networked media world?

What does ‘trust’ mean for business in a networked media world?

Trust is a four letter word right now. And it usually comes with ‘I don’t’ before it. It is like happiness. We all agree it is a Good Thing and we want it. But we rarely sit down and think about what it actually means. We talk naturally about trusting friends or lovers (or not) but when it comes […]

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