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  • 24/04/2018
    RepComms joins committee for #RadFest18
    RepComms' Lucy Goodwin has once again joined the organising committee for this year's Radio Festival (#RadFest18) to be staged at the British Library on...
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  • 01/05/2018
    RepComms Rallies Round Grassroots Rugby
    RepComms is ensuring it does its bit for the community with its sponsorship of grassroots sport. Our Central London and Kent-based agency is packing down...
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  • 28/02/2018
    Research reveal that when in it comes to reputation, charity begins at home
    As RepComms ComRes research reveals extent of charity scandal impact - we take a look at the anatomy of a crisis and how reputation really...
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  • 26/01/2018
    We believe the children are our future...
    Reputation Communications is once again getting behind a push to help find tomorrow's star journalists as MD Patrick Barrow joins the judging panel of...
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  • 26/09/2017
    PUBLIC ART INSTALLATIONS PLANNED FOR CONNINGBROOK LAKES IN ASHFORD
    Local people in Ashford are being asked to contribute their views and ideas for a series of public art installations being planned for the...
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  • 01/07/2017
    London Calling! RepComms teams up with London Voices 2017 and the Media Society to judge the best in citizen journalism
    RepComms' Patrick Barrow was among the judges in a competition to find the best of London's citizen journalists. Amanda Pavon-Lopez  explains:  Three student citizen journalists...
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  • 01/02/2017
    And Some Faking News Just In...
    I blame the media! Well, at some point, we all do, don’t we? But in this case, I blame the media for being complicit...
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  • 23/11/2016
    Jeremy Paxman....Is This Your Life?
    Spoiler alert. Shall we talk about Jeremy Paxman? C’mon, c’mon, I’ll have to press you…Oh come ON!  Here is a man with a reputation. He gave...
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  • 24/10/2016
    ARIAS triumph in Leeds
    The winners of the Audio & Radio Industry Awards (ARIAS), the successors to the Sony Awards and the top honours in UK radio, were...
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  • 03/10/2016
    Radio Festival disrupting the British Library
    What do you get when you put David Baddiel, Bob Mortimer, Scott Mills, Nick Robinson, Deacon Blue, Jo Whiley and the Culture Minister, Matt...
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  • 26/09/2016
    Martyn Lewis and the News - why the Cow and Gate Kid was right
    Martyn Lewis. No, not the self-effacing financial evangelist. MartYn Lewis. Note the Y. Readers of a certain vintage will remember him as the baby-faced...
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  • 19/08/2016
    We Predict a Riot! Kaiser Chief's Ricky Wilson joins Jo Whiley at Radio Festival
    Kaiser Chiefs front man and former coach on BBC One’s The Voice, Ricky Wilson, will be in conversation with BBC Radio 2’s Jo Whiley...
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  • 20/07/2016
    You must look at the facts. Because they look at you.
    Er. Yes. ‘Alea iacta est’. Scratch tousled hair in distracted fashion. ‘Ball from the back of the scrum’. Yes, it’s the Boris Johnson chat. As...
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  • 11/02/2016
    Radio remains in the driving seat for motorists across Europe
    Eight out of ten new car drivers would never consider buying a car without a radio, according to the biggest ever survey of drivers...
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  • 15/10/2015
    London Press Club Ball 2015
    The great - and even the occasional good - of British journalism assembled in the hallowed halls of London's Victoria and Albert Museum for...
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  • 21/07/2015
    Order, Order.....at our House of Commons drinks reception
    RepComms is to partner up with TriOptima, the City provider of post-trade risk management software, to host its annual summer drinks reception at the...
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  • 12/09/2014
    Slater Investments score double top
    RepComms client Slater Investments, the City fund and hedge manager, scored a rare double top recently, heading up the Interactive Investor (ii) tables for...
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