Castles: Britain’s Fortified History examines the luxurious lifestyles and extravagant spending of Britain’s medieval monarchs, and makes today’s royals look relatively thrifty in comparison.
The Content Marketing Association (CMA), the industry body for the content marketing industry, this week announced Bloomberg Media as its latest member.
The Content Marketing Association (CMA), the industry body for the content marketing industry, earlier this week announced the winners of its seventh annual International Content Marketing Awards at a ceremony at The Roundhouse in London.
New research shows that the British have embraced online retailing more than any other European country but shopping habits around the world remain far from uniform.
Bloomberg launch Bloomberg.com/Africa, a regional edition of Bloomberg’s flagship digital destination designed to serve the continent’s growing audience of business and financial professionals.
80 years after BBC Television first went on the air BBC Four is recreating the first live transmission.
It became one of ITV’s most successful weekend game shows, based around darts and general knowledge, and with reruns of the show still pulling in the viewers to Challenge; Bullseye is celebrating a very happy 35th anniversary since the first ATV produced episode aired back on September 28th 1981.
The contribution of New Zealand’s armed forces to the Battle of the Somme was yesterday commemorated with a ceremony at Longueval’s Caterpillar Valley Cemetery that included a fly past and a poppy drop by a World War One biplane that took part on the Battle, 100 years ago this week.
The shortlist for this year’s Mind Media Awards has been announced. The shortlisted entries from across the media spectrum, including for the first time a Film category, cover an extraordinary range of mental health issues.
Quite a few people Down Under will be cracking open a tinnie and throwing a shrimp or two on the barbie on the 16th September, for that day will mark Australian televisions 60th anniversary.