Any Idiot Can Write a Tweet. Too true! But can they bring added value to your production? In-House Indies Social Media Training Day This one-day course will show you how to leverage the value and effectiveness of your Social Media. It is designed to bring the latest Social
It’s safe to say audience interaction isn’t what it used to be. Compared to even just 10 years ago, the way we shout about the entertainment we consume – whether it's theatre, television, books, or films – has changed drastically. That, unsurprisingly, is more
Applications are becoming an integral part of our everyday life. It’s easy to forget that once upon a time so much of what we have now wasn’t so readily available to us. As we sit here, we’re wondering how life would have been if ITV’s
Streaming services are made for binge watching our beloved box sets on a cold winters day. With the ability to pause, rewind and record our favourite moments, television has never been so easy. Since the first broadcast in 1930, courtesy of the BBC, television has
Let’s start by asking the question on everyone’s mind - why is Facebook important to my business? Ask yourself this, do you use Facebook personally? Do you use Facebook daily? The majority of you will have answered yes to both of those questions and that’s why.
1. Spook it up! We all get that holiday buzz when we see the decorations up in the shop windows and everything suited up for the thrill of Halloween. And if things are spruced up enough it may even keep the customers interested for longer.
With a business that’s more a burden than a breakthrough, fickle family members and a husband with wandering eyes. Debbie Horsfield (writer of ‘Poldark’ and ‘Cutting It’) strikes again. This time redefining the meaning of ‘21st century problems’ with her new six-part drama, ‘Age Before
Series 3 may be over, but we’re still not fully over it yet. We can’t stop raving about our Poldark social media campaign and if you haven’t already read our Poldark Series 3 stats blog post to see what all the fuss is about, then you