In this digital age, it’s smart phones that rule the world; but are you using yours to its full potential? According to our recent Shout! Communications Small Talk speaker, Marc Settle, if you’re only using your phone for calls and texts, then you might as well have an old-school Nokia from the early 2000s! Marc is the BBC’s trainer in mobile journalism and his insights were nothing short of extraordinary. Not only is mobile technology changing the way broadcast journalists work, it will change the way we view and interact with it as an audience too.Continue reading >
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Video is one of the most popular mediums for news gathering online and is an extremely effective way of reaching an audience.
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British Asians and anything that interests or affects them…. that’s the focus for the BBC’s Asian Network, a UK based, national digital radio station with a listenership of over half a million people. Head of News at Asian Network, Arif Ansari, is the speaker for our next Small Talk, which is taking place over breakfast on Tuesday 21st May. Arif will be talking about how he decides which stories go to air and how BBC Asian Network caters to its audience. Content is a mixture of music and speech – clearly a successful formula.Continue reading >
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And just like that, January 2019 and all the broadcast PR campaigns about health and resolutions, has come to an end – over in a flash (or maybe not for those whose month has been drier than others). February often seems quite frantic and by March, ordinarily, the year has found its regular pace. Not this year though….Continue reading >