Gorkana meets…Financial Times
Kiran Stacey, political correspondent at the Financial Times, on the decline of spinning, the myth that British politicians are boring and getting robust polling data from PRs [...]
Gorkana meets…Guido Fawkes
Guido Fawkes’ editor Paul Staines, political correspondent Alex Wickham and tech reporter Jeremy Wilson on the launch of Techno Guido, running a million miles from [...]
Behind the Headlines with Alex Clough
Alex Clough, social media director at Splendid Communications, on using his Nan as a success barometer, why the industry needs to desperately improve on measurement and giving [...]
Gorkana meets…LBC
In the first of our Election 2015 special interviews, we speak to Iain Dale, the Drivetime show presenter on LBC Radio, on the importance of broadcast during the campaign, the [...]
Gorkana meets…Ars Technica UK
Ahead of the launch of Ars Technica UK next month, Conde Nast UK’s first digital-only publication, Gorkana catches up with senior editor Sebastian Anthony on geeky readers, [...]
Gorkana meets…HuffPost Young Voices
Lucy Sherriff, editor of Huffington Post Young Voices, on launching a new platform for young people and why PRs should use the email subject line to catch her eye. Describe [...]
Gorkana meets…Business Insider UK
James Cook, tech reporter at Business Insider UK, on the launch of the site in the UK, getting readers excited about business tech and the luxury of building good [...]
Gorkana meets…Times Fashion
Anna Murphy, fashion director at The Times, on creating evergreen content, bringing fashion to life in all its bonkers-ness and why there is no one better than a great PR. You [...]
Gorkana meets…Daily Mail’s City Editor
Alex Brummer, City Editor of the Daily Mail and author of Bad Banks, on the failure of comms during the financial crisis, the public’s increased scrutiny of The City and [...]
Gorkana meets…Daily Mail’s City Editor
Alex Brummer, City Editor of the Daily Mail and author of Bad Banks, on the failure of comms during the financial crisis, the public’s increased scrutiny of The City and [...]
Still doing it Frank’s way
While many UK agencies obsess about world domination and flinging open their doors on foreign shores, Frank PR has just opened its third UK office and is finding diversity and [...]
Gorkana meets…Mashable UK
Blathnaid Healy, UK editor of Mashable, on her community of super-sharers, embracing British English and why she’s open to pitches from PRs. You were appointed editor of [...]
Gorkana meets…VICE News EU
Hannah Strange, Managing Editor of VICE News EU, on reporting on the blindspots in traditional media, managing the fastest growing channel on YouTube and how PRs and NGOs can [...]
Gorkana meets…The Telegraph’s music editor
Bernadette McNulty, music editor at The Telegraph, on her diverse readership, reviewer shenanigans and why PRs shouldn’t differentiate between print and online. As well [...]
Gorkana meets…the Daily Mirror’s head of social
Alex Hudson, head of social content at the Daily Mirror, on why everyone will end up being a social content journalist, the importance of exclusivity and the growing [...]
Gorkana meets…BuzzFeed
Tabatha Leggett, senior staff writer at BuzzFeed, on the ever-growing news team, the importance of shareability and why PRs should never send pre-written listicles.  You [...]
Gorkana meets…Love Sunday
Zoe Cripps, beauty writer at Sunday People supplement Love Sunday, on making life easier for readers, why she loves a launch event, and plans for more YouTube content. Love [...]
Gorkana meets…Al Jazeera Sport
Elise Holman, sports producer for Al Jazeera English, on starting her broadcast career aged 14, why PRs need to think global when pitching, and dreams of interviewing Sir Alex [...]
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