Monthly Archives: November 2008

Outspoken? Occasionally. But we prefer positively disruptive. We want to work with likeminded organisations and people.

I’m (not) dreaming of a digital Christmas

Atlantic Records has announced that for the first time, revenues from downloads have outstripped earning from physical sales. This is not surprising in itself – the wind has been blowing.

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Careering ahead

PR remains one of the most popular graduate career choices in the UK and here at Ruder Finn, for every graduate we hire, there are another 40 who are disappointed..

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Why are we blogging?

What is a blog?  According to blogger.com it is “a personal diary. A daily pulpit. A collaborative space. A political soapbox. A breaking-news outlet. A collection of links. Your own.

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Strictly brilliant PR

There are two stories that have dominated the UK media today. My colleague Nick has addressed one of them in the post below and I am going to turn my.

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What would you do with $10 billion?

Last week our team went to the filming of the BBC World Health Debate – ‘How to defeat disease and save millions of lives’.  The debate will be the final.

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Even bigots deserve some privacy

Sometimes a story comes along which truly polarises opinion. Today’s leak of the BNP member list is one of those. It was only a short time before it was displayed.

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Twitter’s role in the media process

I posted a while ago about social media tool, Twitter, and its role in disrupting the media process.  Charles Arthur rightly pointed out: Except… this is only accurate about “disrupting.

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FT facelift

The FT launched its new homepage last week. Easy to use and a fresh and clean new look – worth checking out.

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PR Week UK ups its digital presence

PR Week has kicked off a couple of new activities aimed at the UK’s digital PR folks today – Peter Hay, digital editor, upped his Twitter activity picking up a.

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Brother can you spare a dime?

There has been a great fear, generally fuelled by the media, that the monetary policy being pursued at present in recapitalising financial institutions is the only mechanism that the Government.

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