Bloggers wanted for European policy and opinion site

The European Youth Parliament UK has an opportunity for bloggers interested in getting their writing published alongside the work of politicians, academics, pressure groups and think tanks.

Reach out – they won’t be there

For three years Houston PR has been collecting PR jargon and buzzwords. They write to correspondents and editors in the UK and the US once a quarter, asking them to identify the words and phrases that annoy them the most. Today they announce the most annoying piece of PR jargon.

Face to face with political PR

Jemima Dye reports on the visit of 10 Downing Street head of press Giles Kenningham to the PR Fraternity at University of Greenwich.

The new rules of branding and trade marks

A brand has changed from being a mark to identify a product to an approach to enhancing the reputational value of a whole organisation. But what happens when the organisation has few assets, just a great new business concept? Emma Reeve a trade mark attorney at Mathys & Squire LLP discusses how to protect startup businesses.

The week’s best to 5 February

Some things change (we have four newcomers in this week’s selection) and some things stay the same (it’s still dominated by students from Sunderland and UWE Bristol). This selection is focused on the tools and skills PR students need in order to develop careers in the field.