“Fake: Plague Epidemic amongst Ukrainian Soldiers”; “Fake: Ukraine’s Falling Credit Rating”; “Fake: Kyiv Homeless to be Run out of Town for Eurovision”: for some people, fake news is old news.
Alan Soon keeps his finger firmly on the pulse.
The media landscape has changed. Where once ‘legacy media’ dominated, their traditional territory is being encroached on by social media platforms and online outlets.
The philosophy of Aristotle, born exactly 2,400 years ago in northern Greece and founder of the first research university, the Lyceum, offers the perfect basis for a rational, secular, progressive public and private morality in the 21st-century.
Elaine Ng has played a key role in Royal Philips' transformation into a health technology company.
There’s a new breed of thought-leader out there, scanning the skies for clues to tomorrow’s world
For the agency view on the changes in Asia-Pacific’s corporate communications profession, we’ve turned to a communications professional with long-standing overview of the communications field.
Artificial intelligence will transform every aspect of our civilization.
News – whether bad or good – can go viral fast, with limited options for control. In an age when every employee tweets, what chance does the communications director have of knowing every mention of the company?