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.
Twitter’s latest offer to the business world, and a brand new network well worth investigating from Huffington Post’s former CTO, investigated.
As newspapers continue to try and plug leaking bank balances Britain’s oldest daily flirts with free online journalism, despite its website being behind that paywall.
Behold the web’s finest, in their embeddable glory, with video clips only visible from the air, a hip hop toddler, and London’s timelapsed Olympic preparations, amongst other delights.
Far right groups have been making the most of YouTube’s revenue sharing system, which won’t go down well with advertisers at all.
With the recent long weekend still fresh in our minds we take a look at the online reaction to the Queen’s three main celebratory events.
How do you lose $4.5billion in seven days? Facebook shares tumble but the real surprise is that people bought into the dream in the first place.
From Bobby Moore advertising local pubs to Steven Gerrard shooting at pigeons, here are the most memorable commercials dedicated to the beautiful game, in time for Euro 2012.
Media talking points will Will-I. Am. arriving to eco conference in a chopper, great Samsung advert, and pop music assaulting Twitter.
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Smoking Gun’s weekly media news roundup, this week with Now magazine lambasted on air, Southwest Airlines impromptu PR glory, Amazon’s new Twitter tactics, and all-change at the Mail.
This week’s industry roundup from Smoking Gun— also known as Blagger’s Blog; staff at Google protest Chinese censorship search build, Lenny Henry’s viral video, plus plenty more media news.
Our weekly roundup of media and comms news— influencers under investigation, FT boss pays money back, Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t care about news.
Our weekly roundup of media news, with journalists protesting over pay, Alex Jones being removed from social media and Ryanair’s rep worsening.
Our weekly media news roundup, AKA Blagger’s Blog— Britain is addicted to online, North Face heads to the mountains with store in tow, Google developing censored search for China.
Our weekly roundup of media news and goings on, with Fairfax disappearing from the Australian press, Kleenex cleaning up at event PR, one of the worst tweets ever issued, and plenty more besides.