Monthly archive for November 2010Blogger or WordPress: which is best for student blogs?
When it came to starting my PR blog I was torn between using Blogger or WordPress, reports Rosey Stones. Both seemed equally popular and both seemed to offer everything I needed. However, there are differences between the two that may sway your decision.Digital team offers music PR placement
A social media consultancy for the music industry is offering a long-term internship suitable for a Leeds-based PR student.PR intern wanted at Hotwire PR
The Banking & Finance practice at Hotwire PR, London, are looking for an enthusiastic graduate to join the creative team on a 2-3 month paid PR internship.Consultancy offers diploma with a difference
A public relations consultancy is giving PR students the competitive edge by awarding a “Different Diploma”.Brick Lane Takeover music festival offering 6 month internship
Macmillan’s music festival for charity, Brick Lane Takeover, is looking for a recent graduate wishing to gain valuable experience in Events PR on a 6 month internship.First ever PR-journalist awards launched
The Communicative Relations Awards from PR Professionals (The CRAPPs) have been launched to celebrate the special relationship between the media and public relations professionals.AOL UK launches SafeSocial to protect young people online
AOL UK today launches SafeSocial (www.SafeSocial.co.uk) the first bespoke social media monitoring tool for the UK market, providing parents with an overview of their children’s movements and interactions across prominent social media networks such as Facebook and Twitter.Bright ones seek to impress
Impress London was a one-day conference to connect employers with PR students and hopefuls. Carli Smith reports for Behind the Spin.Leeds Youtube sensation brings music to the Leeds Corn Exchange
Visitors to Primo’s can enjoy their gourmet hot dogs and coffee in style this Sunday as the cafe, based in Leeds Corn Exchange, opens its doors to musician Hannah Trigwell. Primo’s, which also sells artisan ice cream, deli bagels, fresh salads, nachos and fries, has teamed up with the talented Leeds-based singer to bring an afternoon of music to the iconic building from 12.30pm.Final year: a time to fear or a time to shine?
Final year students are understandably focused on their dissertations. But, as Natalie Smith explains, they should set their sights on graduate opportunities too.Theatre company seeks student publicists
A professional theatre company is seeking students to publicise its forthcoming touring production.PR students appointed to launch TV star’s new book
Students from Leeds Metropolitan University and Bournemouth University have been offered the chance to work on a real life PR campaign for Claire Anstey’s new book Sort out Your Crap Life. Claire Anstey is a prominent TV star that has had experience working with Nickelodeon and GMTV and is currently the voice of MTV.Post Halloween PR scaries from 10Yetis
If you’re reading this, chances are, you’re a PR student – perhaps you’ve had some experience in the industry. You may even be a recent graduate or thinking about a career in public relations. If you’ve ever applied for a PR role, or intend to in the future, this one’s for you.Marketing Leeds brings together business leaders in digital debate
More than 200 business leaders are expected to attend an exclusive event to hear about the future of digital technology and how this will affect business in a question and answer-style event this month.Charity seeks student as comms officer
Small UK charity seeks student as comms officer; opportunity to make a difference and travel.
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