The Wall Street Journal is rethinking how it tells stories. And how much space they give them. Continue reading “Fighting the flab”
Jack Nowell is ‘the tattooed, rat’s-tail haired son of a Newlyn trawlerman’
Jack Nowell dropped out of the New Zealand tour to get his knee right
Jack Nowell scored a try against Scotland
Jack Nowell is the new face of Team England after the Disappointing World Cup™
Jack Nowell wears white boots
Jack Nowell did a nude Demi Moore cover for The Times
To be continued
Having read John Herrman’s spectacular dissection of the media, it’s impossible to read or watch anything without the phrase ‘Access Panic’ springing immediately to mind. It asks so many good questions. Continue reading ““Once you’re looking for it, you see signs of access panic everywhere””
Twitter changed its star to a heart. This says something about how we relate to stories and famous people. Continue reading “How fans changed”
1 Adidas has launched their Kanye endorsed ‘Yeezy’ trainer. Sport and fashion, old story. And a new one.
By far the most revealing political interview in recent weeks was Eamonn Holmes‘ down the line with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn at the party’s conference in Brighton. It revealed very little about Corbyn and far more about Holmes. Continue reading “The beginning of the end of the sports leadership analogy”
The mix of easily available publishing platforms and the rise of content marketing has led to a rush to occupy ‘the thought leadership position’ (the TLP).
Continue reading “The power of saying ‘I don’t know’”
Moves to create a connected digital single market just went a step further. Wonder what this might mean for sports rights? Continue reading “The end of Geoblocking: boring but important”