Dame Frances Cairncross this week published an independent report into the challenges facing high-quality journalism in the UK. Ben Stetson dissects what it means for new media, and how tech giants can work with traditional outlets to rebalance the media landscape. For the past year the bellows of policymakers and regulators around the world railing […]
The Times Columnist, author and former chief speech writer to Prime Minister Tony Blair, Philip Collins joined us at Pagefield this week to discuss the merits of a new centrist party, Theresa May’s Brexit deal and Jeremy Corbyn’s unrelenting grip on the Labour party.
The countdown to the gender pay gap reporting deadline is on. Stephanie Croucher outlines how companies can use it as an opportunity to create a narrative about how they’re making progress to becoming a more equal workplace.
As the tournament during which he may have played his last match draws to a close, Leonie Martin reflects on how Andy Murray evolved his public persona from media-shy misanthrope to multiple BBC Sports Personality of the Year winner. Will he, won’t he? Boris Becker has this week urged Andy Murray to abandon retirement plans […]
With Richard Scudamore being substituted off after a robust 19-year performance for Discovery’s Susanna Dinnage, Charley Sambridge asks what opportunities the Premier League’s latest hire presents. Last week it was announced that Susanna Dinnage will leave Discovery and join a Premier League in rude health. The league generated a record £4.5bn in revenue in the […]
Following Sheryl Sandberg revising her account of her knowledge of Facebook’s relationship with Definers Public Affairs, Kieran O’Connell asks how so many senior executives can still claim to be so in the dark about who they’ve hired to manage their reputation. One of the first pieces of advice offered to a client in any crisis […]