If social media exploded in popularity last year, 2010 could very well see it go supernova. This excellent video presentation from the guys over at socialnomics goes a long way to explaining why.
ANYONE who downloaded QND:03 the other week will have heard me banging on about the battle for newspaper sales in Scotland, particularly as it affects the big two: Trinity Mirror and News International. It was centred on a statistic. Actually, around the… Read More ›
LAST month I mentioned plans for the first ever video adverts to appear in print. Well they have, as reported by the BBC here.
MEDIA. Journalism. A community that finds itself pulling together and tearing itself apart in equal measure as it tries to define what it is or, perhaps more importantly, what it should become. Written, spoken, broadcast or sent along unfathomably thin… Read More ›
I'VE not been on the road as a full-time working news reporter in almost a decade. Yet even still my overnight bag remains packed, passport is with me at all times and I've got near enough £300 made up from… Read More ›