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BNC and PMK/HBH have made it official: They will merge operations at the start of next year to form Hollywood's biggest PR shop.
A lack-of-sex comedy that somehow features a barnyard's worth of rutting human animals.
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Newly merged public relations firm PMK/HBH has restructured its management under topper Pat Kingsley, while longtime partner Lois Smith has taken on a reduced consulting role.
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