Tag Archives: UK
Vanarama National League 2015/16 Preview
It’s goodbye to the Conference and hello to the newly renamed National League, as the highest level of non-league football in England faces a rebrand for the upcoming season. With not long until the beginning of the campaign, we preview what will undoubtedly be another exciting season of football. For many, Grimsby are the ones to […]
WWE Announces Definite Network UK Launch Date
After much delay and a failed launch, WWE has announced their ‘over-the-top’ Network will arrive in the UK and Ireland on January 19th, and Chairman Vince McMahon says this time they “really mean it.” The service, which will offer over 2000 hours of archive content and exclusive programming, was delayed in November, moments from its release reportedly due […]
Top Music Finds Through YouTube
Over 100 hours of content is uploaded to the video website YouTube every minute, with over six billion hours of video watched every month. Amongst the deluge of funny, educational and epic fail videos that populate the service, it is also a great resource for discovering up and coming musicians. Successful artists like Justin Bieber […]
Can Sky and the WWE Network Co-exist?
For UK fans, the highly anticipated WWE Network was set to be launched on Monday, eight months after the US release and a further month after its original UK launch date. However just twenty minutes before it’s scheduled 8pm release, WWE posted on their website and via their social media channels that the video on-demand […]
Is UK Election Turnout a Cause For Concern or Part of a Bigger Picture?
Election turnout in the UK has always been variable. However, Tony Blair and Labour’s win in the 2001 general election was the start of a downturn in electorate voting, with only 59 per-cent voting in that election. Furthermore, only 61 per-cent and 65 per-cent voted in the 2005 and 2010 general elections respectively. That’s not […]