media & PR archive
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- 10 top tools for getting the most out of Twitter (2014 version) 10 Jul
- How newspapers wrecked some of their most popular content 27 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
Unusually for a reshuffle move, Ed Vaizey’s new job is one for which he has plenty of relevant experience in government.
Despite its death often being breathlessly predicted, the good old press release is still hanging on and filling up email inboxes every day.
Associated Press plans to use automation technology from a company called Automated Insights to produce stories about earnings reports.
The problem with that lies with the inevitable over-emphasis on what foreign journalists often call the 'kinetic stuff'.
A fugitive criminal from Sheffield has written to The Star – to correct a ‘mistake’ police made in an appeal for information about his whereabouts.
An advert for a household cleaning product takes an unusual turn.
In earlier days of the internet’s development, especially as blogging took off, there was much talk about how it was letting a multiplicity of voices and organisations broadcast their views, breaking down the traditional gatekeeper role of traditional mass media organisations. More recently, more attention has been given to the attempts of both those traditional […]
@CIA: "We can neither confirm nor deny that this is our first tweet."
Taking a document, turning it into an electronic format suitable for the online world and putting in on a website has much to commend it. It’s something I’ve done often enough myself. But only if you realise that those are just preparatory steps to getting the document read online, just like firing up your wordprocessing […]