A weekly roundup of media news and talking points, sans effort Thought for the Week “I think it is…
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GCSEs reformed, Giff Gaff’s zombie advert is just here to help, DirecTV punishes victims of house fire, and UK TV ratings to include on demand and catch up.
US monitors public via Apple, Google, Yahoo and more, McDonalds fails on Hello Kitty deal, Facebook cuts ads in half, Bilderberg Group, and more media news.
David Blunkett fears Britain’s political atmosphere. Capcom shows how to avoid public outrage. Nutella cancels its own celebratory day. Guardian.com to launch.
A globe labelling the Falkland Islands in Spanish is found at the Sloane Square branch. A tale of oversight, and the importance of accuracy for brand image.
Thatcher, a burnable edition of Farenheit 451, Stella Artois falling foul of a taste test, and The Skinny magazine in the north west make our media agenda.
A new client joins the fold and we help launch a social network. Meanwhile, another recruit arrives, along with two more award wins.
Our media roundup with Radio 2 DJs scored out of 10, No Dash For Gas law suit, chocolate CVs, BSkyB Telefonica takeover, and news predictions for next week.
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