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Carlos Alba Media Ltd

I founded Carlos Alba Media in June 2010 following a 20 year career in national newspaper journalism, most recently as Scotland Editor of The Sunday Times.  We provide businesses and organisations with an expert media and public relations service, helping them to gain exposure in national and regional newspapers, on Television and Radio and in specialist, professional and niche publications. We help our clients to work more effectively in partnership with the media and, where appropriate, to manage how they respond to media interest. We also provide expert direct marketing services, connecting clients with potential customers and a Media training programme to help them to communicate their message effectively and to develop a self-sustaining public relations strategy for their business.

Mobile phones can bring literacy and numeracy to millions in developing countries

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Fatwa publisher to release 'revised' Quran

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Fixed income specialist Cameron Hume Limited has been appointed as the sole investment manager of the Sanlam Global Bond Fund.The appointment, by Sanlam FOUR acting on behalf of Sanlam Universal Funds plc, brings the Edinburgh-based company's total assets under management…

Why Rangers are firmly in control

The sacking of two journalists by a Scottish newspaper for criticising a business with which it may or may not have a commercial relationship has attracted a level of interest that sets it apart from the normal preoccupations of the…

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