For avid readers of the Financial Times, like us, this week’s essential morning briefing brought with it a noticeable new…
A weekly roundup of talking points, sans effort Thought for the week “We will not allow a Ryanair employee…
Easy Living goes digital, iLove magazine launches, LinkedIn Today gets an update, Twitter is rife with typos, Lancashire Evening Telegraph changes, and more.
Britain on the road to economic recovery, again, Twitter invents cuckoo clock, Hyundai boasts 100% water emissions via suicide advert, plus more media news.
The London Marathon, Epicurious makes Boston bombing blunder, Sao Paulo skyscraper becomes Pac-Man, plus more media and PR news worth talking about.
A brand new cultural supplement is now being bundled with the country’s favourite end-of-week newspaper. We see take a look at the PR opportunities therein.
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.
The paper closed comments on Margaret Thatcher stories yesterday due to the level of abuse, but is this about free speech or maintaining standards of decency?
From an MP’s Twitter embarrassment and viral chart toppers, to journalistic job cuts and new print supplements, consider this your bite-sized guide to the industry.
We are not all born ingenious PR inventors. Save yourself the trouble of finding one by signing up to our free monthly newsletter.