Month: July 2008

Media

BBC Fined 400k By Ofcom

As a consequence of the BBC running fraudulent competitions, Ofcom has fined the Corporation £400,000. Undoubtedly, mistakes –...

TV

Hulu

For the most part Hulu is pretty useless for UK residents since it’s geo-locked to the US. We can’t watch re-runs of NBC, Fox...

TV

Countdown to Countdown

So Channel 4 has managed to get itself into a bit of a mess with its longest running series – Countdown. Just before the weekend, Des...

Media

Knock It Off, Nigel

Good news all – there’s a new “Knock Off Nigel” campaign airing on TV and radio (in reality this has been running...

Media, Radio

RAJAR

I wrote a little piece for the One Golden Square blog on RAJAR last week which it’s worth directing you to. I’d also suggest...

Internet

Is Google Advertising Dodgy Adobe Products?

We all know that internet advertising is booming, and much of that growth is coming from “search” – that is, advertising...

Uncategorized

DRM Free

2008 really is proving to be the year that we finally lose DRM – in music at least! Earlier this week Sky announced that it had done...

Misc

Please Apple – Do Something

No – this isn’t yet another post about the release of a new mobile phone. This is far more important. This is about...

Media, TV

Misinterpreting Research Figures

If you read the right sort of newspapers, you couldn’t help but fail to notice that the fifth and final series of The Wire premiered...

TV

Bonekickers

Victorian street somewhere. Indeed I recall once watching a now forgotten film in Bath’s Little Theatre which actually featured that...