Paul Armstrong, 29 March
Are you going to Social Media World Forum? I am and I recommend you do if you aren't already. Not only will my dulcet tones be thrilling all who can make it on Wednesday @ 10:50am but there's some great keynotes and speakers lined up from brands like Dell, BBC, Cadbury, Stardoll, Oxfam and BT among others ...
Icorrect makes its mark
Ged Carroll, 28 March
Sir David Tang's iCorrect.com website promises to allow celebrities and brands to put their take over media mistakes. I could see the site being useful for journalists' research, sceptics who also look at Snopes.com and Hello readers. But will this make journalists more rigorous in correcting their facts? Probably not, given that celebrities now have this vehicle to correct inaccuracies instead ...
Youview breaks ground
Matt Bourn, 24 March
The YouView platform potentially opens up video-on-demand to a huge UK audience, in the way that Freeview once opened up and created the digital free-to-air TV market, which now accounts for 12m-plus households in the UK. The specialist media management company, Red Bee Media, which is already a central provider in video-on-demand in the UK, is working as an adviser in the development of YouView's ground-breaking internet-connected TV service for UK homes.