The latest Ofcom media survey for Wales has some useful information for charity communicators and campaigners.
8 great examples of Welsh charities using Twitter effectively.
Stephen Rule (y ‘Doctor Cymraeg’) yw’r gwestai y tro yma. Mae Stephen yn byw yn Abermorddu, pentref yn Sir y Fflint, tua 5 milltir o Wrecsam. Dysgodd e’r iaith yn yr ysgol, ond doedd e ddim yn ddigon hyderus i’w siarad tu allan i’r dosbarth, tan ei fod e yn y prifysgol. Astudiodd e ieithoedd … Continue reading Podlediad Hefyd – Pennod 3, Stephen Rule (y ‘Doctor Cymraeg’)
With the rapid rise of the web, it may be tempting to think that broadcast news is losing its importance to communicators and campaigners in Wales. The facts, however, tell a different story. As part of a new course I recently ran for NUJ Training Wales, I explained that while seeking TV news coverage isn’t always the right … Continue reading 5 reasons why Welsh campaigners need TV news coverage in 2021
You may have seen that I’ve just published the pilot episode of my new Welsh-language podcast, ‘Hefyd’. I’ve been thinking about doing this for several months, since I decided we should bring Seismic Wales to an end. As a Welsh learner myself, I feel strongly that we should share and celebrate the stories of those … Continue reading ‘The Welsh language changed my life’ – the amazing story of the first guest in my new podcast
This article originally appeared on Nation.Cymru Despite a year dominated by the pandemic, another issue has also resonated strongly in recent months – the environment. With green groups now setting out their asks of the political parties, could nature and climate change be about to influence the next Senedd in a way never seen before? … Continue reading Why the next Senedd elections could be the greenest yet