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Martin Bryant

Manchester, UK
As seen in: The Next Web

Telling the story of the North at @TechNorthHQ, also on Manchester Digital council. Snapchat: martinsfp. Making music as @TheStarFighterP. I say 'Yes' a lot.

Brands are a future for journalism. No, really

medium.com — "Journalism is doomed! It's all clickbait, sponsored posts and press releases these days!" That's the cry you'll hear from people who are, rightfully, worried about the future of the media. There's plenty to be worried about. Falling ad revenues, coupled with people expecting to get their news and comment for free, is squeezing publishers' bottom line.

How blogging gives student journalists an edge in the job market

thenextweb.com — At an event in London late last year, three young journalists discussed how blogging helped to kickstart their careers. As reported at the time by Journalism.co.uk, Guardian technology and media reporter Josh Halliday stated that "The most important thing I did at university, including my degree, was to blog and get online.

The ‘screw you’ vote: Why it’s so hard to fight Donald Trump

medium.com — I've been meaning to write something angry about American politics for while. Not about Donald Trump (although he certainly makes me angry) but about a lazy faith in 'the system' that has helped him get as far as he has before anyone started to take him seriously.

Martin Bryant's Nuzzel Newsletter on Mon, Jul 11 2016

Martin Bryant's Nuzzel Newsletter on Sat, Jul 9 2016

The most important thing we can teach children in the 21st century? Hustle

medium.com — Last week, I wrote about how it's time to prepare for complete overhaul of the way the UK works. One that fits the future we're facing, rather than the tumultuous present or the irrelevant past. But how do we prepare children for this world?

"Imagine the chaos of a 'Trexit'"

"Who needs facts when you've got emotion?"

"Where the puck is going "

Rewiring the UK for the 21st century

medium.com — It was Monday evening when it hit me. I was in the pub, half-watching England lose to Iceland in the football and mostly complaining about Brexit[1] with some colleagues. Dispairing about the current political turmoil, I blurted something out that I then repeated on Twitter: There's a lot of uncertainty in the UK at the moment.
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