Behind the Headlines with Alfred’s Gemma Pears
Gemma Pears, co-founder of PR firm Alfred, on the infectious buzz that only people who work in PR will understand, the fear of her first pitch to a journalist and where she [...]
60 seconds with Richard Griffiths, RGC Partners
Richard Griffiths, outgoing director of European comms at ebay’s StubHub and founder of RGC Partners, on how his move from journalism into comms felt like “coming [...]
Gorkana meets…International Investment
International Investment‘s editor Helen Burggraf  (pictured) and editorial director Jonathan Boyd, and deputy editor James Fernyhough, tell us about [...]
Behind the Headlines with Telegraph Hill’s Barry Pilling
Barry Pilling, founder and creative director at Telegraph Hill, on why he was once known as ‘Lightning’, having to dress up for a pitch and why the new way of doing things may [...]
Gorkana Meets… Digital Spy
Julian Linley joined Digital Spy as its new editor-in-chief in November. Three months on, Gorkana’s Josh Gray catches up with him to find out how he’s making his mark on [...]
Gorkana meets…Justine Marcella, Vorsten and The Crown
You covered many topics as a journalist before becoming a royalty reporter. How and why did you decide to specialise in royalty? When I was a reporter for the Dutch TV channel [...]
60 seconds with Jamie Brookes, MHP
Jamie Brookes, managing director of MHP Communications, on getting a kick out of his part in the world’s biggest financial services merger, why US customs [...]
Behind the Headlines with Lexis’ Dominic Shales
Lexis MD Dominic Shales on his first pitch to a journalist, what marks a good campaign out and why it really is “good to talk”. Before I reach the office in the [...]
Gorkana meets…Real Business and Business Advice
Hunter Ruthven, editor of Real Business and Business Advice talks to Ben Spencer about championing young companies, promoting innovation across the board and asking PRs to cut [...]
60 seconds with Tim Snowball, PHA Media
Tim Snowball, head of political strategy at PHA Media and former Lib Dem director of political comms, tells us about how he hid, with Nick Clegg, from a TV helicopter, his [...]
Sir Ray Tindle positive on local prospects
Sir Ray Tindle is the biggest champion and defender of the UK’s local press. Over a 68-year career he has built up his media empire Tindle Newspapers to become one of [...]
Behind the Headlines with MWW’s Ked Mather
Ked Mather, senior account director at MWW PR, on the power of “old fashioned networking”, the importance of being an all-rounder in PR and the need to make the [...]
60 seconds with Victoria Main, Cambre Associates
Victoria Main, director of media at Cambre Associates, on her passion for media relations, how the PR industry should cut down on jargon [...]
Gorkana meets…Last Word
Gary Corcoran, editorial director at Last Word which publishes financial titles International Adviser, Portfolio Adviser, Expert Investor and Fund Selector Asia, on the [...]
60 seconds with David Thomas, The World Federation of Exchanges
David Thomas, head of communications at industry body The World Federation of Exchanges, on the fun he had as a journalist in the mid-’90s, how editorial experience is [...]
Gorkana meets…The Locals
Laura Scott, editor of culture and lifestyle platform The Locals, on showcasing the human stories behind creative ideas, plans to cycle across America in under 30 days, [...]
Gorkana meets…Alphr
David Court, editor of Dennis Publishing’s new tech title, Alphr, on how tech isn’t just for IT managers, why he thinks in-car tech is so exciting, and how PRs [...]
Behind the Headlines with Experience12’s Chris Whittle
Chris Whittle, founder and MD of Experience12, on his marker for a successful campaign, how painting Homer Simpson next to the Chalk Giant was his first big success in PR and [...]
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