How should brands take advantage of AR and VR content?

It’s hardly a radical prediction now that AR and VR content will soon join the great toybox alongside print, TV, social media and all the other serious media channels. Inevitably, AR and VR will reshape content in their image, says Dialogue Content Production Editor, Mike Waters, in the second part of our look into content marketing … Continued

What will virtual reality do to our brains?

What are the real implications for virtual reality (VR)? And just how do our brains react while our eyes are tantalised in 360 degrees? I’ve quizzed the lucky rascals at the School of Psychology at the University of East Anglia to find out. What can virtual reality do to us? Professor Kenny Coventry leads the … Continued

Why VR is set to revolutionise the travel sector

IMAX has launched its first Virtual Reality Experience Centre in Los Angeles and congratulations to them – it looks like the solid consensus among reviewers is that they’ve really liked what they’ve seen. There’s a whole new way to experience content, just like that. Perhaps a VR Experience Centre like this flagship one will be … Continued

Silver linings with the Air Charter Service’s Cloud

This issue, the Air Charter Service’s Cloud magazine is focusing on those finer things in life with a touch of poetry that allows you to make a unique statement. We introduce you to Spirit Yachts, one of the world’s most fêted volume wooden boatbuilders, and we speak to its founder and designer Sean McMillan to … Continued

Toys and tandems in Skydive December 2016

The British Parachute Association’s Skydive the Mag is back and has plenty to keep the nation’s skydivers entertained while the pesky British weather goes all wintery on us. Trust us: this’ll be much more fun than being out in freezing sleet that’s actually going sideways, no matter what your PE teacher told you about it … Continued

Dialogue’s Alan Dykes speaks at Marketing Masterclass

Dialogue’s Head of Digital Marketing, Alan Dykes, spoke about the importance of content, strategy, consistency and planning at a Marketing Masterclass organised by EDP Business on Wednesday 9th November 2016. The Masterclass, which took place at The Forum, Norwich, included talks on how to get good PR Coverage by Hayley Mace, Head of Communications at … Continued

Falling with style in Skydive October 2016

This issue, the British Parachute Association’s Skydive the Mag laughs in the face of physics, tweaks Sir Isaac Newton by the nose and meets Luke Aikins – the man who defied gravity and won when he jumped from 25,000ft… without a parachute! Understandably, skydiving without a parachute isn’t something you can just improvise, so Brian … Continued

Falling in and jumping out with Skydive August 2016

The British Parachute Association’s Skydive the Mag is back! Jumping weather is finally here, so it’s time to set your sights on the podium and get ready for competition glory. This issue, we consult Dr Anna Hicks of UK female team NFTO for her secrets of success, we learn eight tips for 8-way excellence from … Continued

Going fast and looking good in Skydive June 2016

This issue of the British Parachute Association’s Skydive the Mag is all about going places the fast and stylish way! The undisputed star of the show, this time, is Britain’s fastest skydiver, Mikey Lovemore – one of only six skydivers in the world to break 500kph unaided and the only man to ever break three … Continued

Skydiving to save lives in Skydive The Mag, April 2016

The latest issue of the British Parachute Association’s world-renowned Skydive the Mag is out now, and it might just save your life! Featuring a guide to reading the signs and dodging the traps set by the weather itself and a blockbuster special on Skydive safety that includes a remarkable account of surviving an extreme situation against … Continued

How to train your jargon

Consumers in a print-digital duopoly environment inload multi-format content based on subjectively judged projected likelihood of audience satisfaction. Nope, me neither. Let’s try that again. People read, watch or listen to something if they think they’ll like it. Alright, that’s a deliberately silly example for the sake of a joke. However, both of the above … Continued

Record crowds at BPA Skydive the Expo 2016!

The Dialogue Team headed to the BPA’s Skydive the Expo 2016! This year’s BPA Skydive the Expo saw more skydivers than ever before enjoying the UK’s premier international skydiving exhibition and networking event. A celebration of all things skydiving and a fantastic opportunity to learn, party, shop or just catch up with friendly faces, this … Continued