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The importance of consent in PR

The important lesson to be learnt from Brewdog’s latest PR fiasco Scottish craft brewer Brewdog is no stranger to controversy, with a history of arguably ill-advised PR and marketing stunts. However, the brand looked set to leave the shock tactics in the past with an announcement in September signalling a move to more ‘responsible’ marketing. […]

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Wikileaks gives lawyers a torrid time in latest Tiger twist

Today Wikileaks published a gagging order which tried to suppress the latest revelations in the Tiger Woods’ scandal. This blog is not interested in the morality at the heart of the Tiger Woods’ case. Tiger can have ten wives if he wants, plus another ten gay lovers, for all I care. What is interesting are […]

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BBC accused of bias over mayor’s Eastenders cameo

The BBC is today facing fresh accusations of bias for allowing Boris Johnson to make a guest appearance on Eastenders (The Times, 1 October)…  The reason for this accusation is that Red Ken was rejected the dubious honour when he was in the post as Mayor of London.  The poor old BBC is damned if […]

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Murdoch makes the BBC the battleground for the next election

James Murdoch has laid out the battleground for the next election with his criticism of the BBC. A controversial media tycoon, Murdoch and his family are seen as being over-powerful, and to some are real-life bond villains who are controlling an evil media empire.  In this context James Murdoch?s criticism of the BBC is going […]

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