This anthology examines the relationship between journalism and PR and asks whether the public can ever get close to the truth through the media: 'A cutting edge look at what's really going on behind the media curtain.' Michael Wolff, media columnist, Vanity Fair
Julia Hobsbawm is the founder and Chief Executive of the media analysis and networking firm Editorial Intelligence, and Visiting Professor of Public Relations at the London College of Communication, University of the Arts. The See-Saw: 100 Ideas for Work-Life Balance was published by Atlantic Books in 2009 and she has co-written, with John Lloyd of the Financial Times and Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, The Power of the Commentariat, which was published by Editorial Intelligence in 2008. She is patron of the Facial Surgery Research Foundation (Saving Faces) and an adviser to Treehouse Trust, the charity for children with autism. She has three children and two step-children and lives in London.