Earlier at work I chanced on the latest issue of Marketing Magazine. The second story is a survey, commissioned by the mag, which trumpets: “British Airways’ YouTube videos win public favour“. Which is total cock. The story explains how BA responded to the first of two cabin staff strikes by publishing videos on YouTube which, […]
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By now, surely the only person who hasn’t seen this Renault Clio being shunted sideways down the A1 (M) is the truck driver responsible, so just in case he’s reading: While the Mail has since tracked down the unhurt 31-year-old Clio driver, details were thin on the ground on Thursday last week as the surely-it-can’t-be-real […]
Kestrel rescue at Downing Street! Cute, but not quite what I was expecting. Where’s the rescue then?
Web 2.0 is great. No, really. Here’s the kind of awkward PR run-in that I’m sure has been happening for donkey’s years. Off-message Channel 4 News reporter Ben Cohen dares ask an iTunes question on an iPhone day, and Apple’s PRs move in for the kill. Admittedly we don’t see the context, and the Apple […]
A while back, the BBC caused a ripple of excitement (at least for this blogger) when it started to furnish stories with social bookmarking links. Far more significantly, perhaps, BBC News has just embedded a YouTube video directly into an article. I’m not a regular reader of the BBC’s entertainment stories, but this is the […]