Entries by Jake O'Neill

Speedy Spotlight: Camilla Delacoe’s She Hearts The High Street

An interview with Camilla Delacoe, author of fashion blog She Hearts The High Street. Camilla spoke to us about being an antidote to designer-heavy blogs, PRs keeping relevant and vlogging. Why should people read your blog? She Hearts The High Street is a trend-driven blog that focuses solely on high street fashion and attainable pieces. […]

Speedy Spotlight: I Heart Fashion’s Victoria Jackson

An interview with Victoria Jackson, author of fashion, beauty and lifestyle blog I Heart Fashion. Victoria spoke to us about writing exactly how she feels, why new bloggers should just write and how she works with PRs. Why should people read your blog? I Heart Fashion is a relatable, affordable and inspirational look into the […]

Speedy Spotlight: Toni Tran’s Fashitect

An interview with Toni Tran, author of Men’s fashion, style and lifestyle blog Fashitect. Toni spoke to us about being a different kind of male blogger, working with PRs and travelling. Why should people read your blog? Diversity of fashion, original art-direction content, and interests in lifestyle on a personal level. Also for inspiration, ideas […]

South Warrington News celebrates 21 years in print

It is rare for a print paper to make headlines (for the right reasons) during digital media’s current dominance, but South Warrington News is celebrating its 21st anniversary in print this year. The independent free tabloid, which recently released its 250th edition, launched in 1993 under the title Shopfront. Owner and editor Brigid Hardman said: […]

Tony Gallagher leaves The Daily Telegraph

It has been reported that Tony Gallagher has left his role as editor of The Daily Telegraph. Media Guido has published the Telegraph Gallagher Statement in Full, in which it says Gallagher is leaving the company as the business ‘moves to the next phase of its digital transformation’. It also says that Chris Evans, assistant […]

Speedy Spotlight: Mary Key’s Keynko

An interview with Mary Key, author of Keynko – A Crafty Family. Keynko is a family run blog based on crafting, cooking, and life with grown up children and an impending empty nest. The main author Mary can be found on Twitter @keynko. She spoke to us about how her blog is different from other […]

Mail Online out of sync: 'Sidebar of Shame' shame

The Mail Online’s ‘Sidebar of Shame’ appears to be out of sync, providing a variety of unexpected stories. Here are our favourites so far: Ruby Tandoh is a changed woman since the Bake Off: Lauren Pope seems to have had life changing hair extensions: Where as Michelle Obama is planning a new fitness routine: Cara […]

Speedy Spotlight: Ross Morrison McGill’s @TeacherToolkit

An interview with assistant headteacher Ross Morrison McGill, author of the new paperback 100 Ideas: Outstanding Lessons, the education blog @TeacherToolkit, and @SLTchat – a forum for senior teachers recently recognised by The Department for Education for shaping school-leadership dialogue across the UK. He also topped Cision’s Top 10 UK Education Blogs. Ross spoke to […]