How has the way we live, speak and consume our news changed? Written by Grace Spratley, on work experience from Bournemouth University
Deep South Media, the regional specialist in multi-media content, found that nearly three-quarters of engineering companies surveyed did not have adequate news and updates sections on their websites.
Of the 25 engineering companies, less than a third had adequate provision.
Imogen Merridew, 16, was given an assignment with a tight deadline – to produce a photo-essay about a suburban space.
Gen Z is changing the market. Is your business ready to meet expectations from the next generation of consumers?
Imogen Merridew, 16, a photography A-Level student at Avonbourne Sixth Form in Bournemouth, on work experience with Deep South Media, provides an insight into how her peer group – Gen Z – absorb information online.
Throwback Thursday: Deep South Media is celebrating its 20th anniversary and we’ve just rediscovered this project we produced for a national charity 10 years ago.
Lakeisha Douch has been doing work experience at Deep South Media and has written a blog about her experience
Britannia Parking has found a space of its own – new headquarters in a landmark office block in Poole
Deep South Media’s quizzers were pipped at the post – denying them a hat-trick of wins. Our team of PR professionals had to make do with runners-up medals.