Those of you that read my blog regularly will know occasionally I decide to write a review or two but it’s only when someone inspires me to do so or I get a freebie for my honest opinion Recently, I have been so busy with the growth of Prohibition...

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I have been busy this week at Prohibition HQ, reading this and that, but something that really stood out to me was the interesting annual study on Social Journalism which is conducted each year by Cision and Canterbury Christ Church University Each...

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Earlier this week it was announced that the CIPR is to cease it’s arrangement with PR Week after December 2014 PR week to many has been many things to many people, from a mild irritant getting leaks on the industry, to a useful gauge of the PR...

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Last weekend I was kindly invited to Ox Pasture Hall to sample the hotel and see what I thought about it and the surrounding area As I have been blogging for almost eight years now, I do get offered a lot of things to review on the blog but sadly...

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Today the BBC announced that it is cutting almost 500 jobs but reinvesting in a further 195 posts to back what it calls ‘digital journalism’ So I think we can safely say that digital journalism is where the BBC believes the future of that...

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Earlier this week, I attended the PR and Disruption conference at the London College of Communication as I was personally invited by a good friend of mine Simon Collister There were a number of interesting presentations including one from Nic...

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In case you missed it Trader Media Group has completed its transition into an online digital business with the publishing of the final editions of its magazines, including Autotrader, on 28 June 2013 It truly is a sad day and I won't know what to...

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Yesterday, I went to the first ever open air concert staged in the Great Yorkshire Show Grounds in Harrogate My wife and I went to see Elton John, he was brilliant, performing more than two hours of his back catalogue including the majority of his...

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I stumbled across this little application earlier in the week, it’s called the Top 5 News and it’s an experiment from two Guardian journalists The premise is that they gather the top five stories from the major news sources in the UK It’s...

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The Leveson Inquiry has once again brought the spotlight onto the world of Journalism However, the fantasic journalism shouldn’t be tainted with one bad group of nasty journalists There are still really good journalists out there that need to be...

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