Six ESCP students take a closer look at eco-anxiety and what the media can do about it.
It’s all about how to get there and how to bridge the gap between your dream and reality.” Jenna Suru is not afraid of challenges. We’ve sat down with her to talk about the movie industry and the many changes it is going through.
In today’s era of fake news and social media, one subject is on everyone’s lips: algorithms.
Does TikTok hold the future of political communications? We’ve asked three stakeholders their views on the present relationship between politics and the media.
Michael Haenlein and his co-authors explain why Gen Z’s media consumption patterns have given rise to an industry that is here to stay, and what companies should do about it.
Andreas Kaplan comments on an article claiming that Microsoft bought Activision because “gaming is the new social media.”
Finance specialist Christophe Thibierge discusses the much-postponed release of the latest James Bond movie and Jaguar’s announcement that it will not be launching any new models before 2025.
Erwan Lamy and Isabelle Beyneix claim that this genuine epistemic pollution, which undermines democracy and the trust necessary for the proper conduct of business, should be taken into account just like attacks on the environment and on the social climate.
As one internet user said over a decade ago, “If you are not paying for it, you’re not the customer; you’re the product being sold.”
Founder & CEO of Belle Époque Films Jenna Suru shares how she practices minimalism to better manage her business.