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01 May '13

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Is the role of the traditional journalist dead? The new Guardian App asks the public “Do you have a story or a tip-off for us?”

From the past two years I have spent studying PR, I have noticed more than ever the increase of organisations using online platforms to do their jobs and speak with their friends. The development of new technology has meant that we can practically do anything with an iPhone or Android mobile. Mobile network EE has …Read More

21 Jan '13

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Update your status and risk being deemed a criminal…

If we have a Twitter, Facebook, Myspace, Bebo or Google plus accounts, are we instantly deemed criminals? Following a report from the Guardian.co.uk this could now be the case…. The report was recently carried out by the Government’s chief scientist and highlighted that those of the general public, who are expressing their daily lives online …Read More

Elton slams Roy Hodgson live on stage in Harrogate

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 biggest hits and some of his other more select album …Read More

28 Feb '11

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Churnalism is launched to combat cutting and pasting journalism

The last couple of weeks have been interesting because there have been some fascinating developments in the world of media. One of those new developments was the creation of a new site called Churnalism. The site has been created by The Media Standards Trust to basically identify where copied press release text is being lifted …Read More