London calling…
September 28, 2017

London calling…


Deep South Media’s Ed Baker recalls his time as a journalist dealing with London newsdesks. I spent 12 years working for a press agency; finding, writing and selling stories and pictures to national newspapers. London-based journalists from the papers would also commission us to do work on their behalf, usually if the story they were writing had a Dorset ‘end’. … Read More

Celebrating awards success with Deep South Media
August 11, 2017

Celebrating awards success with Deep South Media


What price can you place on an awards win? It’s about much more than a stylish piece of silverware sitting in your reception.

Facing my future head-on
July 26, 2017

Facing my future head-on


Deep South Media intern Charlotte Quar reflects on her time with the company and her future prospects in the world of journalism

How social media influenced young voters
June 9, 2017

How social media influenced young voters


Britain’s #GenerationVote for social media campaigns, not traditional media. Sophie Godfrey-Phaure, 22, an intern at digital content specialist Deep South Media, explains how her peer group wrong-footed the political and media elites in London, resulting in a hung Parliament.

Opportunity knocks as Brexit sees UK retailers click with European shoppers
February 17, 2017

Opportunity knocks as Brexit sees UK retailers click with European shoppers


Is your e-commerce business missing a trick as Great Britain sails away from membership of the EU?

Celebrating schools is well worth investing in
February 2, 2017

Celebrating schools is well worth investing in


  By Rachel Read   In cash strapped times it can seem absurd that publicly funded bodies plough any kind of money into ‘PR.’ It’s that dreaded term, ‘PR,’ which comes with it connotations of spin and fluffy marketing and therefore a huge waste of money. But how about when you run a large organisation with not only hundreds of … Read More

British charity makes amazing discoveries in Ethiopia
January 6, 2017

British charity makes amazing discoveries in Ethiopia


Astonishing artworks hidden for centuries in remote Ethiopian cave churches have been uncovered by a British charity. Workers uncovered wall paintings from the 15th century, including one of St Theodorus spearing the dragon. It had been covered by a lime wash which served as a protection. A unique dedicatory inscription was also revealed at the remote church in Bahra in the Tigray … Read More

Don’t look down on bell ringers this Christmas
December 19, 2016

Don’t look down on bell ringers this Christmas


A blog by account director Ed Baker… The distinctive sound of church bells is part of the traditional Christmas experience in England, along with tasteless turkey, gaudy baubles and the monarch’s monologue. For the country’s 40,000 campanologists it is one of the busiest times of the year, and they practise their art hidden away in churches’ bell towers. Theirs is … Read More

The award goes to…
December 8, 2016

The award goes to…


We all like winning awards – it’s flattering, it builds self-esteem, enhances reputations and is good for business.

Why the beautiful game is exactly not that
December 5, 2016

Why the beautiful game is exactly not that


Neil Walton, an account manager at Deep South Media, reflects on the role of the media and communications professionals in dealing with difficult scenarios such as historical child sex abuse at football clubs.   Imagine this. You’re a parent, dropping your kids off to football training before a big away game the next day. Their coach is taking care of … Read More