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Communications Review 24

A round up of the week’s best articles: Can you get a job in just 140 words? An interesting blog on media censorship in China. A beautifully laid-out interview with Jack White for you to enjoy. Have a browse of some of the most stylish Fashion Week A/W 2013 invitations. This week’s most innovative use […]

Communications Review 23

A round up of the week’s best articles:   Bringing crowdfunding to China. A reaction to North Korea’s threats of further nuclear missile tests  from Japan’s biggest selling newspaper. Fancy a different kind of cultural experience? Read on…,-opera-jawa-selendang-merah-di-jakarta.html This week’s most innovative use of social media:  In response to an April fools joke request from […]

Communications Review 22

Articles of the week:  So much good content on one page… You have a transcript of the Twitter Q&A with director Harmony Korine, plus video and text versions of Dazed’s interview with him to enjoy. An interesting piece on how to manage the time you spend on social media more effectively. Take a look at […]

Communications Review 21

A round up of the week’s best articles: Want to know how to make news content smartphone friendly? Follow seventeen year old Nick D’Aloisio’s lead. He created the app ‘Summly’, which summarises news stories so that they’re tailored to fit mobile phone screens,  which he sold to Yahoo in a multi-million pound deal this week. […]


A round up of the week’s best articles: This BBC news review assesses the mood of the press in the run-up to the Treasury’s budget announcement next week… An interesting blog, from the Holmes Report, which takes issue with the findings of  two recent surveys that call into question the return on investment companies […]

Communications Review 19

A round up of the week’s best articles: A fascinating article showcasing the best online training tools for  media professionals looking to improve their technical skills… Is there a future for the regional press? David Montgomery thinks so… Instead of going for a straightforward interview Spikes magazine got Jamaican sprinter Asafa Powell doing something a […]

Communications Review 18

‘It’s the equivalent of talking about salmonella and forgetting to mention that food tastes good’ writes Anna Quilden on the emphasis in America’s sex education on the potential risks, as opposed to pleasure, of sex. Full of witty one liners on the toughest of topics ( gay rights, materialism, the financial crisis)  Quilden’s column in […]