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It was promised a few months ago, then delayed for a bit, but the Monocle on Bloomberg TV series finally launches tomorrow (Saturday, January 29). From the press release: Monocle’s editor‐in‐chief Tyler Brûlé will anchor “Monocle on Bloomberg” from Bloomberg Television’s studio in London, incorporating field reports and interviews from an eclectic mix of thinkers, [...]
I may be mistaken, but as far as I can remember, I’ve never seen a proper ad on TV for a magazine. Let me refine that statement: I’ve never seen an ad on TV for a print magazine. Thanks to Apple’s ads for the iPad though, the ones that show off all the types of [...]
As a follow-up to yesterday’s post on the use of test patterns as a graphical element, many people reminded me on Twitter that it’s still very much in use in the industry (video and TV production) or film school, and so a lot of people still deal with these quite regularly, so it’s not that [...]
Last night I was reading through the latest issue of Rolling Stone — really loved the cover feature on Mad Men, as well as the profile on SNL creator Lorne Michaels — and seeing how they branded the issue’s theme (“Fall Television”) made me wonder just how relevant that particular imagery really is these days. [...]