It was his longest anticipated speech so far in his reign as prime minister. When David Cameron finally stepped up behind the mic and spoke, the words coming from his mouth has been tinkered over for months.
The invention of internet has arguably been the greatest revolution in the media world since the Gutenberg press. Newspapers and magazines that was only read within the countries borders, and maybe in small numbers by expats, can now be accessed over the internet with the click of a button. Large media institutions has turned to the global market in search for more readers.
Sales of tablets has exploded and the range of tablet publications grow accordingly. Will the tablet bury traditional print media once and for all? Or be it’s salvation in a time of technological revolution?
To create a film adaptation of Les Miserables, one of the greatest musical successes of all time is no small task. Director Tim Hooper, hailed for his brilliant “The King’s Speech” released in 2010, has picked up the gauntlet.
Sexual violence has been in the spotlight recently, and rightly so. On December 16th a 23 year old Indian student was violently gang-raped on a bus on her way back from the cinema. The young woman later died of he wounds.
It has huffed and roared, whined and screamed it’s trough London carrying millions of passengers every day, to work or leisure. This week the London Underground, commonly known as the “Tube” will enter it’s 150th year of operation.