Gangnam Style via Scandinavian thriller The Killing and foreign prank shows are amongst the best of the web found by this public relations agency of late.
How many people in Western Europe are now online? What’s it like to be a dog for a day? What’s wrong with cabaret, these questions and more answered here, finally.
The Great Train Franchise Robbery, Mitt Romney the zombie, Jimmy Savile, foul mouthed BBC, and what the papers say. Media news this week, must be Friday then.
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.
With the new Bond movie just weeks away everyone’s talking about 007, not least in the context of product placements and the rejection of Martini for lager.
In the wake of Apple finishing on top of the UK Coolbrands list, we ask the eternal question: “What makes a brand cool?”
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.
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