A number of people have asked me about networking events in Brighton, so I thought it about time I drew up the shortlist of events that I attend. Some of these I visit regularly, some I’m less familiar with now, but all have their own strengths and are likely to suit different dispositions. I’m sure there are tons that I’m missing (these are, for the most part, just ones I’ve managed to reach in my limited time freelancing), so if you’d like to suggest more please do so in the comments, or contact me: Continue reading
Yesterday was the annual ConnectedTV Conference Brighton, where a range of industry experts guided us through the changes that are effecting the way people consume television. There were many lessons regarding the inevitable changes in how content is written, and how advertisers can interact with the audience. I’ve chosen to summarise what was most interesting to me, and that fits into two blog posts about TV advertising, audience consideration and content writing insights. This one concerns storytelling and the audience in modern media; I’ll follow it with one that’s all about the YouTube insights.
This morning saw the launch of the i-go scheme, put together by Brighton-based Rockinghorse, a children’s charity. I was invited having helped write some of the copy for the project, and thought I’d give a quick run down of the scheme and event here for any of my readers that might be interested in helping young people with disabilities in the East Sussex area. Continue reading