Media: Why media is exploring extracurricular activities

January 2015
Campaign;1/16/2015, p50
Trade Publication
The article reports on the involvement and exploration of media to extracurricular activities in Great Britain. It notes the reinvention of mass media brands as they become education centers. It is obseved that traditional media owners integrate into education to nurture students, business people and the public through corporate social responsibility.


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