By Charlotta Hedman Recently Germany’s biggest selling tabloid Bild Zeitung thanked tablets for saving the newspaper industry. So far we haven’t heard anything equally positive about technological change from the music industry. But most of you have probably heard about Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s plans
By Charlotta Hedman What’s going on? Julian Assange is angry at people leaking stories about his life. And the guy who first capitalised on the Keep Calm & Carry On slogan has trademarked it in order to stop competitors from selling similar products on eBay.
By David Keevill Whereas the transition from physical to digital product should have been treated with all the due caution it deserved, the exact opposite seems to have happened. DSPs, record companies and the whole shebang barrelled into the breach, expecting the format to ride
By Charlotta Hedman Remember a few years ago, when iPhones were still something of a novelty. There was always someone at a party showing off a new app and more often than not that app was Shazam. “Lets find out what we’re listening to”. This
By Charlotta Hedman When Paul Sampson and his sister Candida Hilton were kids, they were told by their parents that they could sell ice to the Eskimos. Now that would set you up in the PR business. Seven years ago Candida founded fashion PR company