Spangles or spotlights?
As another hard-working week in the Travel PR office begins to wind down, our attention turns to the important issue of the day. Namely, the Saturday night scheduling scandal that pits BBC ballroom favourite Strictly Come Dancing against the might of ITV’s The X Factor. Who’s going to watch what? And, if you can be bothered to tape both, when will you find time to watch the other? Here’s Travel PR’s take on this particular hot media potato. Karen Carpenter
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