Over the last year since publishing our inaugural environmental, social and governance (ESG) report, Zeno has been focused on integrating ESG throughout the organisation – in the decisions we make, how we nurtu
The fact that the transition from physical newspapers to online news media has taken so long is testament to how ingrained traditional media is.
For those who have been playing it on their mobile phones for the past decade, Platform Panic is quite simply a fun, curiously addictive game.
There's been a huge power shift in the land of consumer media. Where once a select few news organisations held a monopoly, the playing field is now broader than ever.
We are in the "Angertainment" media age. News, from the fastest growing sources at least (such as GB News in the UK), has shaken off bothersome impartiality, grown ever more emotional and actively sought to provoke.
With the distorting effects of the pandemic out of the way, we can now say that at some point in the last four years we passed a tipping point in how we interact with the media: decisively away from editorially-curated media towa
As we enter the fifth year of the Covid era, it’s high time we retired the cliché of the “rapidly evolving” media landscape. Let’s be absolutely clear: the media world is not changing.
For the world of technology, early January is always a busy time. As vendors, analysts, media and more flock to Las Vegas for CES, those back at home are inundated with headlines on the latest innovations.
It’s 2024! Various predictions through the years would have seen us in flying cars and living on the moon by now, but instead we’ve got patchy Wi-Fi and a growing market for vinyl records.