Ed Intelligence to broadcast online

Editorial Intelligence, the networking group that created a media stir when it launched a year ago, is to venture into web TV.

Its broadcasts will feature founder and CEO Julia Hob­­sbawm interviewing comm­entators including respected foreign correspondent Jan­ine di Giovanni.

EI has also confirmed its latest networking events for PR and media professionals. They inc­lude a discussion on the imp­act of the internet on politics, in association with Times Online and Sky News.

EI aims to bring together journalists and corporate PR but was criticised shortly after it launched by figures including Rod Liddle.

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