Tag Archives: journalism
Posted on 20. Dec, 2012 by PR Mum.
An email popped into my inbox this morning that got me thinking. It was a short article highlighting the change in status of bloggers. Five years ago, bloggers were not considered to be journalists, and were not treated as such by media relations professionals. The article noted that this notion holds little weight today, as [...]
Posted on 28. Oct, 2010 by Emma.
During my lunch break yesterday, instead of looking at my various favourite news (and gossip) websites, Google Reader and Twitter for an update on what was going on in the world, I decided to pick up a copy of the Independent’s new ‘i’ newspaper, launched yesterday and described as, ‘a new kind of paper’, which [...]
Posted on 29. Apr, 2010 by phaedrus.
On the 21st of April 2010, at Brown’s Courtroom in Covent Garden, Aurora played host to the first court case of its kind, placing health media materials in the dock, and asking a specialist jury of UK health journalists to reach a verdict. With Judge Jacqui Thornton presiding over the court, Daily Mail Medical Correspondent, [...]
Health media materials under the gavel tonight! 06.30 pm, Brown’s, St martin’s Lane. Follow events on Twitter!
Posted on 21. Apr, 2010 by NW1er.
The quality of health media materials provided to journalists are under the gavel in a court-room type drama at Brown’s Court Room tonight from 6.30 pm. Communications consultant and former health editor at The Sun, Jacqui Thornton, is presiding over proceedings as Judge. Experts giving evidence include Jenny Hope, medical correspondent at the Daily Mail, [...]
Posted on 08. Apr, 2010 by Ze Frollein.
We are inviting all industry communications and marketing executives, medics and signatories to attend our exclusive evening event at Brown’s Court house in central London on Wednesday 21 April 2010 from 18:30 – 19:45. We will hear from our high-profile journalist jury about what compelling media materials look like and how to make them both [...]
Posted on 12. Feb, 2009 by NW1er.
I attended a talk recently on the future of journalism, where Daniel Dodd, head of online at the BBC, and Roger Alton, editor at the Independent, discussed current trends in news and the progressive move to online content. Lively and informative, the discussion demonstrated how aggregate news sites, such as Yahoo, are the most used [...]