The world of digital communications is evolving fast and Reading Room is at the forefront of that change. It means that there's always something new happening that you can find out about here.
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It's undoubtedly true that social media has had a profound effect on the way people use the internet. No longer constrained by what content corporations are willing to release, people the world over are uploading, remixing, mashing up, creating and commenting on content. They're doing what they'd do in the pub. They're having a conversation.
Reading Room are proud to announce that our work for Skoda has been shortlisted in the Automotive category at the 2009 Revolution Innovation Awards.
It’s official! Reading Room is a great company to work for.
We are extremely pleased to announce that Reading Room has received the ‘One to Watch’ status in the Best Companies to work for guide.
Margaret Manning, CEO of award winning Digital Consultancy, Reading Room, speaks at the Media Society Broadsheet vs Broadband Debate.
Reading Room are extremely proud to have won a string of awards at the 2008 Interactive Media Awards which were announced last month
Places Matter!, the Architecture and Built Environment Centre for the Northwest have selected Reading Room to deliver their next generation website.
Recent developments in mobile phone handsets have seen the mobile web become a viable and interesting proposition for the first time.
Encams, the environmental charity that runs the Keep Britain Tidy campaign, have chosen Reading Room to help the charity ‘connect’ with the Great British public through a new ‘socially inclusive’ online platform.
Reading Room have built a strong and successful working partnership with YHA over the last 3 years. That has resulted in a string of awards and a substantial return on investment for the charity based organisation (which not a lot of people know!).