Monday, February 16th, 2015

 

#iwantmyfizz campaign moves from social media to Sunday papers

Bucks Fizz Eurovision Song Contest Social Media Campaign iwantmyfizz

The campaign by fans to see Bucks Fizz perform at the Eurovision Song Contest 60th anniversary show “Eurovision’s Greatest Hits” moved from a social media phenomenon to UK Entertainment section of leading Sunday papers yesterday. Fans began tweeting the BBC and EBU on Wednesday night with the hashtag ‘#iwantmyfizz’ and as the Sunday Mirror reports, it began trending worldwide. Social Media has focussed on Facebook and Twitter with the #iwantmyfizz hashtag and includes Youtube, audioBoom, Instagram and Canva. UK fans of the Eurovision song Contest want to see the original members of smash hit 1980s band, Bucks Fizz Cheryl, Mike, Jay (and they hope Bobby) perform at the special event that will be recorded at the Eventim Hammersmith Apollo in London to be broadcast across 21 European countries and the Eurovision’s most recent competitor, Australia. A Facebook page was set up and is already approaching 1,000 likes. Clearly, the iconicRead More


IF Group Bristol Backing Children’s Mental Health Week

Duchess of Cambridge Childrens Mental Health Week

IF Group Bristol is backing Children’s Charity Place2Be and their inaugural Children’s Mental Health Week. From 16-22 February, the charity will be working hard to raise awareness of Children’s Mental Health issues and consequences of failing to recognise and treat problems at an early age. The week has begun with a video message from HRH Kate, Duchess of Cambridge. The video has appeared on all leading news channels and media outlets across the Internet and has gone viral on Social Media platforms such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. Kate’s message says of her and Prince William: “have seen how children have suffered from bereavement, bullying, domestic violence, family breakdown and more. This leads to serious issues such as anxiety, depression, addiction and self harm”. Kensington Palace said she was a “committed champion of issues related to children’s mental health and emotional wellbeing“. Watch HRH Kate Middleton’s message in support of Children’sRead More