From Amanda Holden to Katherine Jenkins and Daniel Thomas, we take a sideways glance at the social media muscles being flexed in the last month.
Another full month here on Quay Street has seen two new clients, and a host of high profile public relations campaigns keeping us busy.
The Prime Minister himself will be tweeting from his own profile before October 10th. Questions remain over what moniker he will adopt, we can think of a few.
Our roving editor and man of many opinions, Tony Murray, finds himself knee deep in media distractions, from Kate Middleton’s assets to Take That clones.
Elisabeth Murdoch speaks out against News Corp, Apple fall foul of sarcastic YouTubers, Betfred’s PR gaffe, next week’s predictions and dates for the diary.
Harry drops his pants, Benedict Cumberbatch defends posh, Miley Cyrus cuts hair; zombie advert, Tesco-ASDA water scandal, predictions and dates for the diary.
Bill Gates sets sights on toilet re-invention, Lindsay Lohan, Lady Gaga, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, Total Recall TV adverts and George Michael’s Olympic humiliation.
Danny Boyle advertises Great Britain with his Opening Ceremony, Facebook accused of cheating and shaking down, celebrities dominate the media agenda, again.
Nike, Aviva, Subway, Oddbins and Specsavers steal the medals as we look at the best ways in which media and marketing types are exploiting those games.
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