It’s 10 years to the day since Ron Wain joined Deep South Media from his job as business editor and a former newsdesker at the Southern Daily Echo in Southampton. Headhunted, he arrived as a senior account director before promotion to director, commercial director, joint managing director and, from this January, managing director. Ron, pictured here on the front left with colleagues, shares reflections.
By Neil Walton, Deep South Media The 2016 NFL season kicks off early on Friday morning and there is a great buzz around American Football not just in the USA but across the pond too. UK interest in the sport has never been higher, with three games set to take place in London as part of the NFL’s international … Read More
And There’s Moore….by Cliff Moore:
What do you do when it all goes wrong?
When there is no way back from the hole you’ve dug?
By Neil Walton, Deep South Media. Rio 2016 has barely started and already there have been plenty of good and bad news stories emanating from Brazil. American swimmer Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian ever, can’t get enough gold medals, Adam Peaty won Team GB’s first gold in the 100m breaststroke and Rio-born Rafaela Silva claimed Brazil’s first gold … Read More
University student Monica Greep, 18, of Chandler’s Ford, Hampshire, is studying journalism and the news industry at the University of Kent. She is spending the week on work experience at Deep South Media. Here is her personal view about how life as a student is preparing her for a future in the workplace.
By Neil Walton, Deep South Media. With just 88 days separating the end of the 2015/16 Premier League season and the new 2016/17 campaign, Premier League clubs have been quick to refresh their brands over the summer break. All 20 teams have opted to release up to three new kits – home, away and third strips – while others … Read More
Deep South Media’s team of 13 communications professionals put content at the heart of dozens of brands across southern England.
With 500 million users worldwide and counting, and 300m of those daily users, it’s surprising that more businesses have not turned to Instagram to showcase their products with pictures. Increasingly there is a place for digital imagery to help grow the profile of small businesses, with the battle to create visual content becoming more significant than ever before. There is no … Read More
Let’s talk clichés. The origin of the oft-repeated phrase ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’ is thought most likely to be in early 20th century USA, probably an advertising campaign or an editor’s mantra. But does it still ring true today? Yes, probably. But it depends on the quality of the image and the value of the thousand words … Read More