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17 online resources you shouldn't live without

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10:08 AM | 28 March 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Struggling to find relevant news, inspiration, or just something to do? Check out this list of the best resources for the creative industries.

Struggling to find relevant news, inspiration, or just something to do? We've created a list of the best resources for the creative industries. 

1. TED

If you've never visited TED Talks then get ready to have your mind blown. Watch incredible, interesting and inspiring talks from industry leaders all over the world. TED has the latest and greatest thoughts on your industry as well as hundreds of others.

2. Haymarket

Some of Haymarket's content is behind a paywall but there is still great stuff to make it well worth your while visiting their websites. Campaign, Brand Republic, Marketing Magazine, Media Week and PR Week are the UK industry kingpins in advertising, marketing, media and public relations. These sites will keep you up to date with the goings on in your industry as well as giving you insight into various agencies and employers. 

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