OSK blog goes online
Cologne, 14th March 2014 - Oliver Schrott Kommunikation (OSK) starts their own blog (www.osk.de/blog) featuring current develoments in PR, communication and media as well as technology, economy and industry trends ...
Cologne, 14th March 2014 - Oliver Schrott Kommunikation (OSK) starts their own blog (www.osk.de/blog) featuring current develoments in PR, communication and media as well as technology, economy and industry trends. The team of authors is a varied mix of PR consultants, editors, architects and online experts, and so is the scope of topics - always seen under the aspect of: What among the daily media noise and flood of online news is truly relevant and will gain relevance in future? Colleagues from New York and Beijing enrich the content by international perspectives. The fully responsive design, the striking news stream and the visually oriented overall look of the blog are inspired by current internet usage and reading patterns.
Typically bloggish is the personally spiced and opinion-biased tonality of the respective authors, adding readability, diversity and thrill. Young digital natives have their say as much as those who started their careers with mechanical typewriters and correcting fluid.
At the blog start, OSK talks about social media trends in China, explains why the CES in Las Vegas is now an important car show, and asks Yvonne Zagermann of "Just Travelous" how to earn money as a travel blogger. Other topics are autonomous driving, virtual worlds of experience and the short-video service Vine.
In addition to interesting articles from the agency world, we ask external experts, bloggers and journalists for their opinions. We would like to trigger a lively discussion, moderated and enriched through the OSK blog. And of course, we would like to exchange ideas with our readers and share information, comments OSK Managing Director Michael Kemme.