In true spring style this month has been all about new life on Quay Street, with a fresh addition to the team, not to mention all manner of staff enrichment and skill sessions.
Weekend papers, unsurprisingly, out-sell weekday editions, by a huge amount. As such we have to ask; will this spell trouble for future revenue streams?
Rupert is unfit to be in charge of a major firm, whilst his son acted with a ‘lack of curiosity … wilful ignorance even’ says the select committee, so what comes next?
Summer is nearly here, but it feels like silly season has arrived already, what with the likes of Cowell, Madonna, and Gervais all desperate for ratings.
Man United website utilises the iPad’s wonderful accelerometer, Elle reveals first solo male cover star, and a new interactive magazine launches.
Samantha Brick’s “I’m beautiful” declaration, Chary Cole and Prince Harry (?!), Nike’s innovative new advert, anti-gay buses, and more from the media frontline.
Love it or loathe it the public has spoken, and Mail Online is the most read news website in the world. But why?
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Love it or loathe it with all your heart one thing is abundantly clear; more people are reading The Daily…