Event Research

young-ones“The Young Ones” is a very useful day for young parents to get together and be social with other parents, this along with allowing the kids to play and being very cheap at just 50p a visit this service is brilliant. With a bit of radio publicity it could potentially raise awareness of the service to the local area and make the day more successful. You can see more information about the event at (http://search3.openobjects.com/kb5/hull/events/event.page?record=mZF8CnWG_Hw).
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May might be a bit too late to record but I found “69 Shades of Black” which is obviously a play on words of the blockbuster “50 Shades of Grey”, which is a production to be held at multiple theatres including Hull New Theatre (https://www.list.co.uk/event/415737-69-shades-of-black/). It would be a a brilliant event to cover because it has a lot of leads to other conversations, this could be funny as the presenters can poke fun at the event but at the same time raising awareness. A great example of this would be when Chris Moyles broke down the lyrics of ‘Pass Out’ by Tinie Tempah when it was first released mocking them for their meaning, this later became a sensational hit, you can hear Moyles’ breakdown here;

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Promoting a healthy lifestyle would be something a little different encouraging people to get out and exercise more. SKY Ride have set up group bike rides, there would be interview opportunities before and after the cycle, and maybe behind the scenes access with sky, it may also lead to future jobs within sky for the journalists within our group, this is an excellent option. (http://www.goskyride.com/search/Results)

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