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Racing by numbers – analysing the WEC

Guest blogger James Foster does some number-crunching, as he reflects on the 2014 World Endurance Car Championship.

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Another World Cup – on motorbikes

Did FIFA’s World Cup leave you wanting more? Can’t wait another four years? Well, there’s another World Cup around the corner – the speedway version.

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The man who changed the face of tennis

Amid all the worthy winners at last week’s Tennis Wales awards, a 78-year-old man stole the show. That’s understandable because Mike Davies is the man who changed the face of tennis.

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Awards, praise, and a client in New York – reflecting on a special year

We spend more time telling clients’ stories rather than our own, but there have been some real highlights at Weltch Media in 2013, which we thought were worth sharing.

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Does cinema offer a model to save regional newspapers?

It’s hard to be optimistic about the prospects for newspapers in Britain, especially local and regional titles, which appear trapped in a vicious cycle of falling sales and reduced advertising revenue.

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Newspapers in Wales look back (and forward) for good news

These are (apparently) gloomy times for local and regional newspapers, so it was refreshing to have some positive news from the industry in Wales this week.

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Howzat? England wins The Ashes on Twitter

England’s cricketers didn’t just win The Ashes – the historic Test match cricket series against Australia – they also won the battle on Twitter.

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Are hyperlocal news sites the future of local journalism?

We hear (and indeed have ourselves expressed) much lamenting at the apparently inevitable decline of local newspapers, but perhaps hyperlocal news websites offer hope for the future.

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Media relations – why not try something different?

If you’re responsible for your organisation’s media relations, or you’re a PR professional acting for clients, it’s easy to settle into targeting the same media with your news time and again. But it’s surprisingly easy to try something different.

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Award-winning Neil Cowley talks social media – and all that jazz

How did super-talented, but (let’s be honest) not yet household names, Neil Cowley Trio win a popular vote to beat international singing star Jamie Cullum and lift the UK Jazz Artist title last month? Well, maybe social media played a … Continue reading

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