Pheasant in the snow in Exmoor. More here: http://news.sky.com/home/uk-news/article/16159720
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The Muppets’ use of social media to build momentum ahead of the premier of their first film for 12 years was superb.
But it hasn’t impressed Oscar.
Here, Miss Piggy and Kermit express their disappointment to Sky News that pigs and frogs aren’t eligible for Best Actor and Best Actress gongs at the Academy Awards.
This report from Deloitte has come out at a good time for Facebook - the social media giant is expected to public later this year.
I’m no expert in the marketing of recipe books, but I love that Tamar E. Adler and her team are creating original digital content to promote hers.
The chef/writer’s new tome sounded tempting enough in a post on one of my favourite, out-of-office-hours blogs, but the website to promote it and the original short films which she has made, with CJ Richter, make it a truly mouth-watering prospect.
Speaking of original digital content, visit the Somerset House before 5th February to experience Frontline: A Year of Journalism & Conflict.
The exhibition, made in collaboration with Sky News, features an iPad app which gives visitors to background interviews with the journalists, editors and producers who worked on the stories, as well as timelines, maps and photo galleries.
There’s also a mobile app - Aurasma Lite - which allows visitors to turn still images in the exhibition into videos, using augmented reality.
Comprehensive look at the new #googleplus pages for brands. Well worth a read before jumping in head first: http://t.co/6573VBCx
Enjoying the new @twitterstories website. Lovely design: http://t.co/ZMQAs6o8
Managing Editor Peter Lowe explains #SkyNews’ view on the use of the images of the final moments of #Gaddafi on TV: http://t.co/Nvec6rWQ