Inclusive Digital Blogs

Nigel Dacre

  • Inclusive Digital 2013

    Author: Nigel Dacre
    13 Dec 2013

    Inclusive's Chief Executive, Nigel Dacre, reviews the company's development over 2013.


  • Centenary News Editor reviews website – “the site is growing, but there’s a lot more to do”

    Author: Nigel Dacre
    10 Dec 2013

    The Editor of Centenary News writes about the website's development over the last year.


  • Inclusive Outlook for 2013

    Author: Nigel Dacre
    11 Feb 2013

    Inclusive Digital is now in its 6th year, and I can honestly say that we’ve never been busier.


  • Cross Media: A Maturing Industry

    Author: Nigel Dacre
    18 Sep 2012

    Nigel Dacre writes for the Independent Print Industries Association Printing Industry Review.


  • Inclusive Update

    Author: Nigel Dacre
    10 Feb 2012

    A lot to mention …

    We’ve just expanded the web development team; we’ve updated Centenary News; we’re about to launch the PM Channel; we’re developing a new online education site for the College of Radiologists; and we’re adding a range of new features to existing sites such as RSM Videos and Ethical TV.


  • Centenary News

    Author: Nigel Dacre
    15 Dec 2011

    The Centenary of the First World War is building up to be an important international event. The major participating countries are starting to announce plans on how they’ll commemorate the Great War – and these plans will no doubt further develop over the coming months.

    We’ve launched Centenary News to provide videos, news, and information about the Centenary.

    But why have we done it?


  • Local News: Next Steps

    Author: Nigel Dacre
    15 Dec 2011

    Monday 17th October 2011

    I was on the panel last week at the Westminster Media Forum, debating the government’s plan to licence 50 Local TV channels in the next two years.

    For Inclusive Digital, it was a good opportunity to outline how we had set up Local Digital News to offer consultancy and a digital platform to organisations applying for the licences. You can see more about LDN here.

    As a whole, the forum turned out to be a really interesting event.