is a media-centric weekly newsletter that provides a space for publishers, producers, journalists and media mavens to find information relevant to the local media environment. It is supported by a website, www.mediaupdate.co.za, which is updated on a daily basis with the latest news from the dynamic and ever-changing world of media. It includes an in-house blog, white papers defining the latest ‘must-know’ new concepts in the field, a glossary of industry-specific terms, tagging of specific words in our archive of over 40 000 stories, a gallery of photographs from exciting industry-related functions, and a calendar of media, communication and advertising events. There’s a new entertainment section on the website, where we feature the latest film, stage and book news.
Marketing Update is the newest addition to our publication portfolio, and focuses on the marketing and advertising industries. Every week, the newsletter summarises the latest news from these sectors of the media world, including account gains, case studies, and the latest campaigns, with the full stories available online at
www.marketingupdate.co.za. One can also browse through the weekly newsletters online.
is a multiple information source that caters to the South African public relations and communications industries. It supplies information on campaigns, new appointments, publicity profiles and case studies. The website, www.publicityupdate.co.za, also provides information about trends, tenders, new accounts and awards, and is linked to the Media Update blog, gallery, glossary and calendar.
Newsclip is a Johannesburg-based 360-degree media monitoring company with over 27 years' experience in providing clients with up-to-the-minute access to the clips they obtained in the press. The company has expanded to include a fully-fledged publishing division that produces Media Update, Publicity Update and totallyMAd; as well as Via Mobile, which produces the News Reviews and Via Mobile - the company's mobile communication solution.
Target Media is Newsclip Media Monitoring’s comprehensive media database, across all media platforms in South Africa. This is a subscription-based online service.
A Total Monitoring Solution
Media monitoring is a multi faceted industry, and the challenge has always been to incorporate all the different media sources into a totally integrated solution. Newsclip understands that our extensive client base has very different media monitoring requirements, and therefore we have developed a range of products and services that meet every client’s needs.
Profiling one of sports’ most high profile scandals that created a media frenzy, National Geographic Channel, along with Peacock Productions, dissects the story of the science and scheming behind the saga of what’s been called “the most sophisticated and successful doping scheme in all of sports.”
CA Davids’ debut novel, The Blacks of Cape Town, supported through the ACT Development Programme, will be launched on Saturday, 22 June at the UJ Arts Centre.
Are is one an aspiring journalist or blogger? Live Magazine SA is bring together some of South Africa’s leading journalists to hear about their experiences, and how they got their break in the industry.
The province’s foremost contemporary art gallery, the visionary 108 year old KwaZulu-Natal Society of Arts (KZNSA) Gallery in Durban’s Glenwood, is proactively undergoing a process of extreme restructuring and radical transformation to ensure its future in a recessionary environment.
Three of the country's most influential business and financial news brands are collaborating to bring viewers in South Africa the best local and international business television programming on a newly-branded local channel.
FOX International Channels recently announced a new entrant - FOX Crime. The channel is set to bring local viewers a blend of eagerly anticipated global content mixed with existing audience favourites and coupled with a dash of classic nostalgia programmes.
Target Media is a web-based media directory, which provides accurate and up-to-date information about the media in South Africa