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Franklin Rae features in PR Moments!

*Click here to read the article in full on PR Moments* Ten minutes with Sophie Naylor, MD of agency Franklin Rae PR We grab ten minutes with Sophie Naylor, managing director of agency Franklin Rae PR, to ask her about her life, loves and how on earth she got into PR...

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Poetic Relations: World Poetry Day

In honour of World Poetry Day our very own lover of literature, Xander Ross, wrote this lovely Haiku to give a sense of what it’s like to work at Franklin Rae. Rain hits the window Email ping – client happy Keyboard keeps tapping "Poetic Relations: World Poetry Day"...

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Screen Nation Awards

Saturday night saw a raft of singers, actors, comedians, presenters, producers, directors and journalists come together under one roof for the 2016 Screen Nation Awards, to celebrate the fantastic BAME talent in our industry. Following the recent #Oscarssowhite debate...

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Breaching the Summit

Indie producers are a wonderful group, so it was brilliant to see so many of them at the first ever Broadcast Indie Summit held at the Picturehouse Central cinema yesterday. Covering how to launch, run and grow an indie TV company, the talks saw some of the countries...

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Through the Black Door, No. 6 Percy Street

Who needs swiss army knives and Bear Grylls when you have Leonora’s survival guide to being a Franklin Rae intern. My name is Leonora May and I'm a television production graduate, who has just completed a five month internship in public relations. Like a Desert Island...

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Love is in the Ear

In honour of Valentines Day, music licensing company PPL released an official chart of the most played love songs from the 21st Century. What did we discover from this? Well surprisingly, Adele didn't top this list! What's interesting is that conventional love songs...

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SUPER BOWL: IT’S ALL ABOUT THE ADS

For me, and I’m sure a lot of people in the media and content industry, the Super Bowl has nothing to do with football - or as I call it Rugby with 80s shoulder pads. Quite the opposite actually, it’s all about the ads, or what my US readers would refer to as...

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