Corporate & Institutional Communications / English / Teaching


Joël Boulvais, a colleague of mine on the Licence 3 English for Communications programme here at CELSA, recently drew my attention to an excellent article from The New Yorker about the birth of political consulting. In 1933 (the same year that master of poitical communications, Adolf Hitler, became Chancellor of Germany) Leone Baxter and Clem Whitaker … Continue reading

Corporate & Institutional Communications / English / Media

The latest scandal emerging from accross the English Channel…and the Atlantic

Lobbying’s hidden influence revealed: the Wikipedia pages changed my Bell Pottinger.  December 7th, 2011 | byDavid Pegg| The extent of Bell Pottinger’s internet manipulation to alter its clients’ reputation online can be revealed by the Bureau. Evidence seen by the Bureau shows the company made hundreds of alterations to Wikipedia entries about its clients in the … Continue reading