Happy 6th day of advent. Or somet.
Posts about Television
Corporate blogging alert! Corporate blogging alert!
I was about eight when I first stepped foot in the BBC's New Broadcasting House in Manchester. Having grown up in the area there was a tingle of excitment as we were given a tour of the building and shown the steps which John Munday and Stuart Hall walked up every night in order to watch North West Tonight. We weren't shown what was at the top of the steps, just the steps themselves.
Hello. I'm a woman, in an advert. You can tell I'm a woman because I'm wearing a dress. Or maybe a skirt. But not trousers. Because women don't wear trousers. And certainly not jeans. Women don't wear such clothes. Only someone who doesn't care about their appearance would look so bad.c
If you’re going to cover stories about London on TV and radio, you need to justify properly why you’re covering it
If there's one thing that seems to provoke irie from the BBC's viewers and listeners, it's doing anything about London on air. Well unless said viewer and listener is in London. Probably.
Yes on demand may be everywhere, however it appears we do still love our TV sets...
One of the comments that I occasionally hear about the red button is how people turn the TV off! Because, of course, most remotes have a red button to put them in standby.
As I sit here typing this, my PC is hard at work recording onto computer, an old copy of News at Ten. Not just any News at Ten, but the "final" "ever" News at Ten from 1999.
Anyone following my microblog updates yesterday may have noticed a certain anger with the trauma centre that is iTunes. I've never been a huge fan of iTunes (bloated, slow, klunky), but after yesterday I now hate, loathe and despise it.
I suspect that when the Freesat launched the other day, it was the first time that anyone had seen, publicly, the Freesat logo. And a few eagle eyed people might have noticed that Freesat originally had a completely different logo, which appeared at a press launch some time ago.