A GCN first This summer the Government Communication Network (GCN), with the support of colleagues at the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS), presented the first ever GCN conference and we enjoyed it so much we are already planning a 2014.
Older News Stories
I love it when a plan comes together. I’ve talked before about the communications challenges for Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) and the fact that the ‘no cost/low cost’ marketing challenge is one of my favourites. Why? Because it.
The new GCN guidance on social media is a timely and useful read at the start of the new term. It should encourage all government communicators to tweet, blog and post. The guidance is designed to help communicators harness social.
According to Ofcom research (UK Communications Market 2013) the average household now owns more than three internet enabled devices (with one in five owning more than six); half of all UK adults now have internet access on their mobile and.
When I started out in communications in publishing just before the millennium, I remember chatting with my friends at work about whether ebooks were just a fad, as we stuffed press releases into envelopes to post to journalists. Back then.