July 16th, 2008Posted by Laura Oliver in Uncategorized
Companies such as McDonald’s and Nestle are using mobile and social networks to target junk food ads at youngsters – avoiding a marketing pledge on such advertising.
Dave Lee suggested a blogging circle of young/new journalists. Journalism.co.uk is looking to host. Suggestions please.
The Gazette is the latest Trinity Mirror title to relaunch with a network of local news sites incorporating local bloggers.
Hitwise figures suggest the search engine accounted for 69.17 per cent of searches in the US in June.
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