You’ve got to watch the amazing ‘Everything is a Remix‘ series.
Stunning reenacted photos.
The Book of Mormon looks awesome.
The excessively clunky “ABC for Kids on 2” brand has been relaunched as “ABC 4 Kids”. Running from 6am-7pm on ABC2, this channel-within-a-channel has long deserved better positioning, if not its own dedicated slice of the airwaves.
‘It Gets Better‘ by the employees of Apple.
James Franco vs Stephen Colbert.
Thankfully this new lime-and-pink design is the most mature branding to grace the network, even if the execution of the new idents is a little sporadic (the fish look great, the knitting.. not so much).
UPDATE: The tickets are gone! Thanks for playing.
Apparently product placement (in literature at least) dates back to the 19th century, but for British television programmes its been a strict no-no.. until now.
February 28th this year was the first day of new laws allowing for commercial broadcasters to accept payment to use or display certain products. Part of the new laws require programmes that accept product placement to display a special symbol on-screen, which is what this promo is about.
Mitch Hurwitz’s guide to getting “Arrested Development” cancelled.