Media

TheAgency wins global ad campaign for online gaming group

July 11, 2012
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TheAgency InterCasino Creative

InterCasino, one of the pioneers of online casino gaming, has appointed Bath-based communications specialists TheAgency to research, plan and create its new brand proposition and global advertising campaigns. Aimed at attracting new players and nurturing existing ones, the audience research was carried out in seven countries, spanning Europe, East Asia and North America. Based...

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Social media campaigns secured by Bath PR firm Media Safari

July 6, 2012
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Tech-focused Bath public relations agency Media Safari has won new accounts to provide PR and social media campaigns for a cloud security provider and a free-to-play Twitter-based fantasy stock exchange. The work bolsters Media Safari’s Technology in Business (B2B tech PR) and Technology at Home (B2C tech PR) divisions. Media Safari has extended its...

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Young designers put their work on display at Bath School of Art and Design show

June 8, 2012
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Kathryn Pickering

Design houses and businesses with an interest in new and upcoming designers are being invited to a special viewing on Monday evening of Bath School of Art and Design’s 2012 textile design for fashion and interiors degree show. Covering a range of knit, embroidery and print work, the show is the finale of the...

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How Star Wars Storm Troopers can protect Bath’s creatives

June 6, 2012
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Storm-CHRON

West Country rockers Reef, Star Wars Storm Troopers and the late Apple chief Steve Jobs may sound an unlikely combination but Bath creative sector workers can find out why they all play a role in protecting Intellectual Property (IP) at a one-off event next week. Staged by Creative Bath, Money for Nothing: Protecting your...

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Future offloads truck titles as it steers portfolio towards digital products

May 31, 2012
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Future, the Bath-based publisher, has sold Trucking, Britain’s leading road transport magazine, and the Truckstop News monthly newspaper, to Kelsey Publishing, where they joins a portfolio that spans motoring, rural and lifestyle titles. Future described the titles as non-core as it continues a move to developing digital products and exploiting overseas growth opportunities. Kelsey...

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Better by design for re-launched South West forum

May 2, 2012
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The South West Design Forum has re-launched itself as Design South West with a new identity, website and the mission of ‘Design, Better Connected’. The organisation, which is run by the industry for the industry, continues in its role as the regional body bringing together seven locally-based design forums. Chairman Tim Burley said: “We’ve...

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Creative Bath attracts big names behind Ab Fab and Cold Feet

April 18, 2012
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PR legend Lynne Franks and Cold Feet creator Mike Bullen are the latest big names lined up for Creative Bath events. Businesswoman, author, broadcaster and public speaker Ms Franks is often described as a PR guru, lifestyle advisor and visionary. She was the inspiration for Edina in the TV comedy Absolutely Fabulous and throughout...

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Journalists protest at closure of Venue listings magazine

April 18, 2012
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Protestors gathered last night to demonstrate against the closure of Bath and Bristol listings magazine Venue and swingeing job cuts at its sister publication Bristol Evening Post. Members of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) and supporters were outside the Galleries shopping centre in central Bristol where a low-key exhibition is taking place marking...

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Venue magazine is axed as owner Northcliffe announces latest round of cuts

April 16, 2012
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Venue, the long-running listings magazine for Bristol and Bath is to be axed – just over a year after its owner, London-based newspaper group Northcliffe, claimed to have ‘saved’ it. The magazine, first published in 1982, is to become a ‘digital-only’ product. Hundreds of readers protested in February last year when Northcliffe, which also...

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Former Sony marketing director takes senior comms job at Bath University

April 11, 2012
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Bath University has appointed former Sony marketing director Tim Kaner to the new post of director of marketing & communications. The role includes responsibility developing the university brand and managing its corporate communications, imaging design and print service, marketing and web services. Tim, who took up the post today, brings more than two decades’...

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