A Year 13 student from Birmingham Ormiston Academy (BOA) has secured a role with international news network, Russia Today.
The sudden shutdown of all channels of Greece’s national broadcasting company by the Greek government is ‘unacceptable for an EU democracy’, says West Mids and Warks Lib Dem MEP Phil Bennion.
A £1.4m University of Wolverhampton scheme funded by the Government to help economic growth and job creation is now inviting grant bids from regional businesses.
The Birmingham Look Book – a go-to resource for journalists designed to raise the profile of Birmingham, the Black Country and Solihull with national and international media
Les Reid, of the Coventry Telegraph, has been nominated for four categories at this year’s Awards, which are being held next month.
Peter Lowe, Managing Editor of Sky News, is to be chairman of the judging panel for this year’s Midlands Media Awards, shortlisted nominations for which will be announced on Monday, May 13.
Media and creative professionals from across the West Midlands helped put Birmingham on the map as the new Carnival Capital last week, at a special event organised by the Birmingham Publicity Association (BPA).
The Midlands Media Awards is this year to take place at The Holte Suite, Aston Villa FC’s prestigious hospitality centre.
Steve Beauchampé doesn’t like what he’s hearing on the airwaves.
Laurence Inman is not in a hopeful mood, despite receiving good news
This year’s National British-Pakistani Conference featured an address on education and empowerment by Ziauddin Yousafzai, whose daughter Malala was shot by the Taliban
Birmingham Press Club, the oldest of its kind in the world, has given itself a face-lift – with a new logo and a vibrant new website.
It’s said that 50% of advertising spending is worthwhile and 50% not. The problem is finding out which 50% is which.
Sir Howard Elston, our roving reporter without portfolio, explains the background to today’s strike by BBC journalists
Dave Woodhall talks to TV presenter Michaela Strachan ahead of her forthcoming date in Birmingham.
It’s THAT time of the year again and The Birmingham Press wishes all its readers a jolly time over the holiday (Winterval?).
Jason Craig, a Coventry University journalism graduate, has won a prestigious industry award.
A new business magazine aimed at the top 10,000 business leaders in the West Midlands is to be launched at the beginning of 2013.
Business Birmingham and UKTI drive international coverage of the West Midlands’ automotive industry
At this time of year there are many people unable to enter into what others consider the spirit of the occasion. Alex is one of them.
HOWARD K. ELSTON (DOA) gives us the lowdown on those UK Fleet Street talks in light of Leveson. Here’s his report:
The Leveson Inquiry has called for tougher press regulation. How about multi million pound fines or jail for the cynical magnates that run the tabloids? asks Richard Lutz
A new multi-million pound cable car service is to launch in Birmingham later as the city responded robustly to Chancellor George Osborne’s call for investment in large-scale infrastructure schemes to boost Britain’s ailing economy.
So what do we make of the current copyright regime? Join in the debate at The Ropewalk, 15-20 St. Paul’s Square, Birmingham
Christopher Graham, the UK’s Information Commissioner will be visiting the Coventry to present a special lecture called: ‘Publish or not – the right to privacy versus the right to know’ later this month.
Alan Clawley reports back from the mayoral debate at Ort Cafe last night
Alex Crawford OBE will deliver a talk at Coventry University next month
Steve Beauchampé explores the ‘interests’ involved with the mayoral referendum.
Debra Davis announced as speaker at Mayoral Referendum debate
Today we launch our campaign to back a Birmingham based medical charity that saves the lives of mothers around the world.