By Russell

PR Techhouse of Horrors MMXVII

As it was Halloween this week, we’ve dug up a few PR horror stories from days of old and looked at what companies could have done differently. So make sure you’re sitting comfortably.

1. Osborne Computers – In 1983, Osborne Computer Corporation wheeled out Osborne Executive, which although it...

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By Rob

VR for PRs: How will virtual reality be used in tech PR?

As VR is steadily becoming sharper, affordable and comfortable, every industry is clamouring to find a reason to stock a headset in their offices (apparently wanting to play Resident Evil on lunch isn’t a good enough reason…). VR is being used to bring comic books to life, launch virtual showrooms...

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By Alex

Q&A with Phil Muncaster

We recently caught up with Phil Muncaster, freelance technology writer and UK/EMEA news reporter for Infosecurity Magazine, to find out how he got into journalism and his thoughts on working with PRs.

How did you get into journalism? I was stuck in Japan teaching, knowing only one thing: that I...

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By Andy

Riding the ups and downs of the Spark Fantasy Premier League

If you’re not aware of Fantasy Premier League (FPL), it’s a game where you choose an imaginary team of footballers and collect points based on their performance in real-life games. It’s simple stuff, but the game has a huge following, with millions of players around the world, and we’ve even...

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By Kewal

Q&A with Ellie Burns, editor of CBR

We recently caught up with Ellie Burns, editor of CBR, to find out more about where the site is going and to get her thoughts on how she likes to work with PRs.

You took on the editor role earlier in the year – congratulations! Could you tell us who’s who at CBR these days and maybe a little...

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