Watching our team leave one by one, with a monitor under one arm and a laptop under the other, I’m not going to fib, I was really quite sad. If the country in the last week has moved to a war footing, there’s no doubt that Be Bold moved to a daily newsroom footing too.
Author: Amy Bould
As journalists with the Shropshire Star, at least five of us here at Be Bold Media have been involved in reporting on flooding and the devastation it causes communities. As a former deputy editor of the Shropshire Star, my colleague Jon Simcock would have been directing the troops, sending reporters and photographers out to different
Hey, you. Yes, you. Are you talking to me? I think you might be. You’ve clicked follow on all our social media accounts, hit ‘go’ on the scheduled tweets, planned the content within an inch of your life and even ‘virtually’ turned up where we’re hanging out. But you must be a bit frustrated as
We are, unapologetically, a PR business. Yes, we deliver all the activity you’d expect a company like ours to do to promote the brand, build the profile and protect the reputation of the businesses we work with. On a daily basis on our clients’ behalf we are: using digital channels to engage target audiences creating
Nick Evans is a porter with the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust. He’s also a life-saver. Nick was outside the hospital when a couple arriving to visit a relative realised their seven week old baby had stopped breathing. Nick immediately began CPR until teams from the hospital’s emergency department took over. His was just
PR boss and successful working mum, Amy Bould, of Be Bold Media, discusses why gender balance is an issue for women to take control of for themselves.
“What care recruitment crisis? They should have advertised the posts, then there would be no crisis.” Editor of a free local newspaper
Want, want, want…. but what’s in it for me? Return on investment. That’s what everyone wants. In fact, we even heard it from a politician once. It’s the value you get from your spend or your time. But what is becoming increasingly obvious is that not all people, or all businesses, view value as meaning the same thing.
In an age of Leveson, hacking and sensationalist journalism, it is all too easy to forget why any of us got into this job in the first place. Journalists, the good ones, are in this game to tell the story. And that includes the pictures which will always say more than words ever could. Imagine