media & PR archive
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- How newspapers wrecked some of their most popular content 27 Jun
- 10 top tools for getting the most out of Twitter 13 Jun
- Mark Cavendish has achieved more in four years than English football team in last forty 24 Jul
- What's the role of a newspaper? 26 Oct
- The future of newspapers as it looked in 1994 4 Aug
It's not really about the Lib Dems or Cyril Smith. It's about press regulation. As the last line in the latest Daily Mail editorial says, "With people like these to contend with, could there be any more powerful argument for keeping politicians’ grubby hands off the freedom of the Press?"
From IpsosMORI - the top ten most read political blogs amongst MPs.
An Infographic Exploration of Video Engagement, April 2014 from Shutterstock
A neat idea: get people to tweet #BringDownTheKing by connecting up a machine that will topple a statue of the King if enough tweets are sent.
How do you still sell physical products in a digital age? For some firms it’s no problem. Digital toilet paper after all is no substitute for the physical stuff. For many, however, it’s a big question, often forcing them into finding different ways of making money – with newspapers and music being the classic examples. […]
There’s lots of coverage in the news today about how much fraud there is the NHS, complete with Labour calling it a “scandal”. Yet poke beneath the numbers and where do they come from? A very simple calculation of what the total level of fraud would be if the NHS suffered from the same amount […]
Three police officials deployed at Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's farmhouse have been suspended.
The world’s top universities are in fierce competition with each other to attract the best students, the brightest academics and the most generous philanthropists. That’s why major scientific breakthroughs are not only cherished for their intrinsic value, but also increasingly seen as an opportunity for a university to buttress its case to those three audiences. […]
Poster boy for statistical predictors, Nate Silver, has a new piece out explaining the vision for the future of journalism which lies behind his new site FiveThirtyEight: Our methods are not meant to replace “traditional” or conventional journalism… Still, I would never have launched FiveThirtyEight in 2008, and I would not have chosen to broaden its […]
Very clever stuff from Valerio Amaro, imagining the adverts JRR Tolkien would have made for major brands.