To celebrate our third season partnering with AFC Business, the commercial arm of Premier League club AFC Bournemouth, we invited two of our team members to write about the relationship between business and sport. It has been really interesting gaining the insight of Gemma Thorne and Abbie Bradford, work placement students from Bournemouth University. In the first of three … Read More
Deep South Media has been guiding a number of its clients into the news, raising their profiles and showing how they are becoming greener – helping the UK forge ahead of other nations.
The first English ‘ring of bells’ in Asia has been hung and rung as the unique art form continues to spread around the globe. There now hangs in St Andrew’s Anglican Cathedral in Singapore a ‘ring of 12’ that is tuned and hung to be used in the full-circle change-ringing style.
A guest blog by Emily Walster, a student from Canford School, who has just completed her GCSEs and is spending a few days on work experience with us.
The rise of new digital media and the evolution of news – A guest blog by Abbie Bradford who is studying multimedia journalism at Bournemouth University and is working with us for two weeks
As former journalists, all Deep South Media staff are aware of changing language and how best to use words to communicate messages. The internet created a whole new lexicon in super-quick time. Here, Senior Account Director Ed Baker, BI, looks at this new language and how it has fared.
The only certainty in Great Britain is uncertainty, argues Ron Wain, the managing director of Deep South Media and a former business editor and newsdesker at a regional daily newspaper.
Bell-ringing amongst teenagers is enjoying an unlikely resurgence after the introduction of competitive contests in church towers.
Is your company’s website putting people off? Rachele Piras examines the issue.
Passive readership leaves us alienated, warns Joel Griffiths, 20, on placement with Deep South Media during his second year at Bournemouth University. Joel, studying multimedia journalism, makes the case for better online interaction from mainstream media.