At a time when media tycoons are the new villains of the Hollywood blockbuster and Britain’s long-loved BBC is facing a crisis of confidence, many have begun to question the intentions of the mainstream med.. read on
As confirmed coronavirus cases ‘spiked’ at almost 3,000 per day, the government wasted no time in reminding us that we have a responsibility to stick to the ‘rules’ they have set out in terms of maintaining social distancin.. read on
The decline of sales for print media is well documented, with many commentators predicting that, with consumers heading online for their news, the eventual demise of print is just a matter of time... read on
Last week, Audi found itself in the eye of a media storm over a Twitter advert, quickly withdrawn, showing a young girl, barely old enough to have started school, posed with sunglasses and eating a banana, while leaning on the grille of the advert.. read on
“Every word tells and there is not a word too many,” Anthony Burgess wrote of The Old Man and the Sea, the short story for which Ernest Hemingway was awarded the Noble Prize for Literature in 1954... read on
I was sent on a training course many years ago - I think it was about leadership or something.
We were all presented with the five shapes above and asked to pick our favourite or the one we identified with the most... read on
“The biggest challenge since the war” proclaimed Prime Minister Boris Johnson, addressing almost 28 million British citizens in what is now one of the most watched pieces of communication on television in the country’s history... read on