Brand new tablet from the web and media giant arrives in two weeks, but without rights to magazine, music, TV and film content. Limited? We certainly think so.
Icelandair gives away flights in Manchester, RBS takes money but won’t give any back (for a few days), whilst tweets suggest Bieber is the new Cobain. Blagger’s blog, media and PR news, of course.
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.
With a new client win and plenty of hope for an improvement in the weather all eyes are fixed on the future, and Christmas long-lead press.
Following last month’s Travel, Leisure and Tourism (TLT) North conference in Chester, we decided this week’s infographic should look at…
Coca Cola’s happiness campaign returns, with acts of kindness, love and bravery caught on CCTV, whilst Apple enrages customers with new socket proposal.
Far right groups have been making the most of YouTube’s revenue sharing system, which won’t go down well with advertisers at all.
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The web is a difficult beast to tame, with monitoring content near enough impossible. YouTube, for example, receives almost ten…