This week’s media roundup with a distinctly filmic flavour; A Dangerous Method premieres, PR firm fails to see the shocking side of a sex drama, and Matthew Broderick reprises Ferris Bueller for Honda. Must be Friday then.
The national newspaper’s publisher proposes 30 per cent limit on market share, while the BBC would be exempt, which admittedly makes some sense.
Katy Perry, Russell Brand, bird flu, Chinese activists, Jamaican elections, digital highlighter pens, BBC adverts, and Manchester v London v Leeds in the tweets
The axing of MW services could lead to less effective localised information, But if we’re switching to DAB soon anyway, what’s the problem?
Tweets are more influential than traditional media and the X Factor judges when it comes to the audience vote. So where from here then?
Britain’s economic recovery slows, the public sector strikes and Jeremy Clarkson says they should be “executed”. Meanwhile, as PR people, we analyse the social media side.
Notes from the media with Frankie Cocozza, I’m A Celebrity, Amnesty locks iPhone users up, Welsh media in crisis, and more I’m A Celebrity.
Sky’s new Adsmart personal advertising system, You View with 4OD, iPlayer and more, auto-3D, and hologram screens are all just around the corner, apparently.
Questions will be asked over when and how to restrict media ownership, and whether the BBC should fall under plurality guidelines following the hacking scandal
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