Tag Archives: journalism

  1. Between a Pox and a Hard Place

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    Thursday, 17th April 2014 by ellystuart

    Big pharma companies are the industry everyone loves to hate, or at least in the case of the media. It’s …
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  2. When #PricelessSurprises became #CostlyMistakes

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    Thursday, 20th February 2014 by victoriawinstanley

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    We wouldn’t have wanted to be in House PR’s shoes yesterday.  No, not even a ticket to the Brit Awards …
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  3. Rumours, headlines and the x-surface-factor

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    Tuesday, 29th January 2013 by Simon Hilliard

    Last week some exciting rumours hit the web, starting on Pocket-lint. It seems an anonymous tipster had got in touch …
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  4. UK Readers: ‘We love online news…as long as it is celeb gossip… on our iPads…and we don’t have to pay’

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    Monday, 9th July 2012 by Simon Hilliard

    The Reuters Institute Digital News Report has revealed there’s something of a mix future for online news journalism and paid …
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  5. Is TechCrunch about to go the way of Sparta?

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    Tuesday, 6th September 2011 by Simon Hilliard

    It is if you’re looking at the image on Michael Arrington’s latest post. It seems the conflicting reports and statements …
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  6. Five myths about the future of journalism

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    Tuesday, 12th April 2011 by Simon Hilliard

    Tom Rosenstiel, the director of the Pew Research Centre’s Project for Excellence in Journalism, penned an interesting piece on The …
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  7. SEO, PR and Headlines

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    Monday, 10th January 2011 by Simon Hilliard

    SEO (Search Engine Optimisation), it’s important. PRs have this fact drummed into them on a regularly basis nowadays, like an …
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