Monthly Archives: April 2010

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Ruder Finn appoints Judith Cranford as MD of health, advocacy and alliance development

Leading global independent PR agency, Ruder Finn, announces the appointment of Judith Cranford as MD of health, advocacy and alliance development for its London office.  Judith, whose background spans more.

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World Malaria Day 2010

This Sunday is World Malaria Day. A day to celebrate all of the positive action that has been made towards the reduction and eradication of this disease (which still infects.

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It’s a Kind of Magic

So, on the day of the second televised leaders debates what are we to make of the new political landscape? Are we heading for a revolution in the way we.

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A look at the second leader’s debate

It’s here, the much-anticipated second leader’s debate. What will happen? Will Clegg triumph again? Will Brown again posture towards the Lib-Dems or will he try to go it alone? Will.

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Becoming an activist

My last blog post looked at the challenges that communicators face in finding meaningful ways for supporters to engage in a campaign and take action against an issue. I spotted.

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Brown versus the Volcano

If you live in London, you may have seen yesterday’s Evening Standard front page headline Gordon’s ark. In the time of an election, rarely does a Prime Minister have the.

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WPP using Twitter to communicate crisis protocols with employees

I found it interesting that WPP was using Twitter to provide guidance to employees currently stuck away from their ‘home base’ due to European airspace being closed due to volcanic.

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Social media’s ‘Portman Group’ moment

In the UK, the internet industry has become a media sector lobbyists football. From the Digital Economy Bill and the music-mogul entertained holiday in Corfu that Lord Mandelson denied to.

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The economy and The Sex Pistols last concert

When the Sex Pistols played their last concert at the famous Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco John Lydon’s final remark to the audience was “Ah-ha-ha. Ever get the feeling you’ve.

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The Conservatives are being targeted like an incumbent Government

Labour, the Lib-Dems and now the SNP all have at least one thing in common, they all seem to have the Tories directly in their crosshairs as the Tories seem.

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