Black and forth: TV’s ‘flawed’ diversity plans

Just hours after Channel 4 revealed its ‘20% by 2020’ diversity plans, Channel 5‘s Celebrity Big Brother threw out Ex-Coronation Street actor Ken Morley for repeatedly using racist and sexist language. What does this mean? We’ll probably be dancing two steps forward to equality, and one step back, all the way to 2020. Hats off […]

Royal Mail fails as brands attempt to cash in on World Cup buzz

Call me naive (although I’d prefer it if you called me Donna*), but I didn’t even realise until this week that postal officers could refuse to deliver mail that they deemed offensive. But they can, and they did, when they were handed the latest issue of marketing magazine The Drum. The front cover included the […]

69% of Londoners use their iPhone on the toilet… and other top trends

Technology might have come a long way since the first generation iPhone launched in 2007, but we certainly haven’t. We can’t go anywhere without it apparently. According to mobile phone network Three, more than two-thirds of Londoners continue tweeting and texting on the toilet. The infographic also shows that we’re using our phones most for […]

Fantasy football

Did you see England score in the Euro 2012 match last night against the Ukraine? Or, like thousands of others, did you follow the game on Twitter and Facebook? Research by Perform – in association with KantarSport – has revealed that one fifth of sports fans feed off social networks for game updates, as players, clubs and assocations increasingly turn […]