We were lucky enough to be invited to attend the recent BBC Meet the Media event in London’s Westminster recently….
They say a picture can tell thousands of words, and this has never been truer than in the age of…
Next month sees the 25th anniversary of Britain’s very first SKY broadcast. Despite having a dish on plenty of unlisted buildings,…
In the wake of another case in which the press look incompetent, at best, we try our hardest to consider both sides of the useless UK media argument.
The return of our media man in the East, AKA Tony Murray, Doctor Who baddies and more menacing TV personalities currently at the centre of national scandals.
Which British newspaper sold most extra copies during the Olympics? How many of us tuned in for Sunday’s Closing Ceremony? Who is the most tweeted about athlete? Many questions, many answers.
Danny Boyle advertises Great Britain with his Opening Ceremony, Facebook accused of cheating and shaking down, celebrities dominate the media agenda, again.
With sport high on the marketing agenda it’s important not to be blinded by fool’s gold when considering media, social media, and PR launches.
A new download service from the BBC will be launched soon, but will people pay for archive TV shows in digital format given our age of free media expectations?
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