This month in the Smoking Gun PR Study

photo Summer might be a thing of the past, but we’ve been enjoying unseasonably good temperatures on Bridge Street. Not that there hasn’t been plenty of hard work to distract us from the weather too. Take the Manchester Publicity Association, for example. We’ve drafted in these experts to help boost our staff skillset, increasing knowledge of best practice and as such...

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New look Financial Times

Screen Shot 2014-09-22 at 14.03.35 For avid readers of the Financial Times, like us, this week’s essential morning briefing brought with it a noticeable new look.   It’s cleaner and sharper format was evident from the off, with new font and layout making the broadsheet easier to read and the news easier to digest – perfect for the busy PR looking to get their financial...

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The Blagger’s Blog 19th September 2014

article-2761860-2179AF1600000578-790_634x363 A weekly roundup of media news and talking points, sans effort

Thought for the Week 

“Yes still means something. Please try to remember that.” Scotsman and Hollywood star Alan Cumming commenting via Twitter on the day Scotland voted ‘No’ to independence from the United Kingdom.

Weekly High

Much as we loathe the cult of Apple, California’s...

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The Blagger’s Blog 13th September 2014

aV5iscreen-shot-2014-09-09-at-15912-pm A weekly roundup of media news and talking points, sans effort   

Thought for the Week 

“We’re pleased that common sense has prevailed and that a sensible solution has been negotiated following talks with Tony Hall. NUJ members are deeply concerned that the proposed job cuts will have a devastating impact on their ability to produce quality content.” Michelle...

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The Blagger’s Blog 29th August 2014

scotland A weekly roundup of media news and talking points, sans effort

Thought for the Week 

“I think it’s disgusting that they’re sitting in there at a dinner that’s costing £10,000 when people in jobs can’t get a living wage and need to use food banks.” Scottish mother Nicola Stephens commenting on the behaviour of the British government during the campaign for...

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