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Sony Pictures TV and CBS tackle mental health stigma with special S.W.A.T. episode

Sony Pictures TV and CBS tackle mental health stigma with special S.W.A.T. episode

More police officers die by their own hand than in the line of duty.

Global creative COVID-19 challenge sparks campaign for Canada

Global creative COVID-19 challenge sparks campaign for Canada

The cause-focused competition received 92 briefs from 15 countries.

Rolling Stone and Elysian Brewing launch a co-branded craft beer

Rolling Stone and Elysian Brewing launch a co-branded craft beer

Coachella festival was supposed to mark the big debut, but for now, Elysian marketers are hoping to be part of

Which industries are focusing on e-commerce amid coronavirus crisis

Which industries are focusing on e-commerce amid coronavirus crisis

While coronavirus has affected the entire economy, some industries have taken sharper blows.

Pepsi partners Global Citizen and Lady Gaga for concert

Pepsi partners Global Citizen and Lady Gaga for concert

Live-streamed event will raise funds for World Health Organization.

Social Media Week to host 100-plus hours of live content in virtual conference

Social Media Week to host 100-plus hours of live content in virtual conference

Confirmed speakers include PepsiCo CMO Kristin Patrick, VaynerX's Gary Vaynerchuk and more.

BASF Agricultural Solutions taps VMLY&R to enhance U.S. grower community

BASF Agricultural Solutions taps VMLY&R to enhance U.S. grower community

The WPP agency will handle everything from creative and media to PR and trade events.

P&G, TikTok and Grey make a difference with #DistanceDance campaign

P&G, TikTok and Grey make a difference with #DistanceDance campaign

The effort, which includes the social media star power of Charli D'Amelio, all started with a call from Ohio Gov.

Brand Film Awards US 2020 finalists announced

Brand Film Awards US 2020 finalists announced

See who made the shortlist of top brand films to be feted by PRWeek and Campaign.

U.S. Hispanics turn to movies and TV to cope with COVID-19

U.S. Hispanics turn to movies and TV to cope with COVID-19

Movies studios and streaming sites could be the big winners amongst U.S. Hispanics during the pandemic.

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