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The Media Bulletin – a decade of newsletter designs

By Dan Griffiths

30th January 2017

Every morning ResponseSource delivers a media news and move update newsletter to over 40,000 UK media professionals – all of whom, I hope, are eager readers. Here’s a navel-gazing look back at how the design of our Media Bulletin has changed since the first edition in August 2003.

Although the presentation has changed enormously we’ve stuck to the core purpose of delivering timely media news and move updates to journalists and public relations professionals. If you are not receiving the ResponseSource Media Bulletin you can register to receive daily updates here.

To share your own news with the industry email news@responsesource.com.

How many of these styles do you remember?

Media Bulletin, Launch Issue, August 2003

Media Bulletin, Launch Issue, August 2003

Media Bulletin adopts an HTML format, August 2006

Media Bulletin adopts an HTML format, August 2006

Media Bulletin, July 2010

Media Bulletin, July 2010

Media Bulletin, November 2011

Media Bulletin, November 2011 – with the ‘pink target’ logo

Media Bulletin, May 2014

Media Bulletin, May 2014 – single column, mobile friendly refresh

DWPub rebranded as ResponseSource, January 2016

DWPub rebranded as ResponseSource, January 2016

No messing, no puns, we just get right down to business with the news these days.

These days: No messing, no puns, we just get right down to business with the news. Though, the puns do live on occasionally @ResponseSource

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