Gordon's Republic - The editor's blog
Grazia for men - More news that Emap might launch a Grazia for men. Is it just me or will this magazine die a horrible death?
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Kanute Gazette - Stop the web someone wants to get off. Clearly all is going well with the new owners of the Press Gazette. They've hired King Kanute to advise on digital strategy.
Destroyers of Art - Lawyers who really hate advertising creatives? You really have to watch this Youtube clip.
Formula - It was a bloody day in the men's market and the writing is clearly on the wall for some.
Halifax, Mars, Enjoy England - Will someone please stop those singing Halifax ads? I would appeal directly to the singing agency, aka Delaney Lund Knox Warren & Partners, but that would only fall on deaf ears.
Torture image - The US military is irked. They say that special agent Jack Bauer of '24' fame and his interrogation methods are giving it a bad name. They want Jack (played by Kiefer Sutherland) to cut out the rough stuff.
Primeval'ish - ITV1 scored pretty well on the first outing of 'Primeval' on Saturday with 7m
viewers, but there is work to do.
Paper chase - A fresh war of words has broken out between Associated and News International.
FHM crash - Emap is expected to part company with the editor of FHM -- oh and just a week before its ABCs.
Billionaire newspaper owners - Are billionaires the future of newspapers? It's the question that Vanity Fair is exploring and Warren Buffet as well.
You are what you GM eat - Food labelling has had a bad time of it and now the government is making it worse with plans for GM labelling that do not go far enough.
Iraq Super Bowl - With 93m Americans tuning in to the Super Bowl and some detected the war in Iraq just below the surface.
Monday night football - Finally someone has Sky by the balls as Setanta says it plans to put Premiership football on Freeview for just £11 a month.
All conquering iPhone - Steve Jobs is a genius. No seriously. Not only is Apple's iPhone an MP3 player and a phone, but it is also an explosive device, a mace dispenser, a....
Telegraph poles - Simon Waldman, The Guardian's digital media chief, has hit back at the Telegraph's number one website claim.
Inside out upside down - News International does magazines. Just not very well.
SUN DOES BRITISHNES - In a striking front page today The Sun tackles Britishness.
Sour times - The Sunday Times took a huge swipe at The Guardian yesterday.
Pom victory - Finally we've won something down under, if only an ad ban.
Dream jobs - Apparently most people are not in their dream jobs.
Life on Mars - The BBC's time-travel show 'Life on Mars' is back next month and if you haven't seen this promo trailer its really worth watching.
Saying sorry - C4 is unsurprising not going to axe 'Big Brother'. It isn't even saying sorry.
MyLawSuit - MySpace is being sued and it's a serious case of child safety, but…
Stop C4 - Someone please stop Channel 4. It's all a little embarrassing and rather hard to watch.
Big Brother - There's an MP involved, so it must be serious if the scent of free electoral publicity has wafted its way to the House of Commons.
High end freebie - Richard Addis, the former Daily Express editor, is launching a free daily newspaper targeting big earners.
West Wing - ITV1 is reported to be planning to make a 'West Wing'-style drama set in Buckingham Palace.
Lift work - Leagas Delaney chair lift company Stannah, butt of many jokes, an advertising make over and rather good it is too.
Fast food nation - Saw this last night and it's a must see. Like 'Dazed and Confused', but with a message.
TV prayer - Muslims are apparently mightily unhappy that convert Jermaine Jackson's fives time a day praying has been edited out of 'Celebrity Big Brother'.
The truth about ad sales - Someone has been busy on YouTube working up a humorous take on the world of ad sales and media agencies.
The OC gets it - Fox has axed its one-time gem of youth culture as 'The O.C.' is canned after just four seasons, so long from 'The O.C.' beeyiatch.
Free Ken - I watched ‘Celebrity Big Brother' again and liked it. Although I'm worried about poor Ken Russell.
That life - Never go back. Ouch that was painful and wrong in so many ways.
Wal-Scam - Seconds out round two. The whole $580m Wal-Mart review has made fascinating reading and they're off again.
La La la Al-Jazeera - It's all Israel's fault. Yes all of it, says Al-Jazeera's editor-in-chief.
Blake revival - First the BBC did 'Doctor who' now someone is having ago at another cult SF drama 'Blake's 7'.
Grey day - Say it ain't so: Ed Meyer, Grey's 'benign dictator', is off. I can hardly believe it.
Veiled Christmas - Channel 4 is taking the veil for Christmas and it strikes me as a stunt.
Viagra kids - US doctors think kids are seeing too many ads for Viagra.
800lb gorilla - James Murdoch seems to want it all ways. Complains about the BBC, but wants us to believe that BSkyB's investment in ITV is somehow honest.
Talk talk - Tommy Sheridan, the News of the World's favourite socialist, is joining one of TalkSport's stations joining other failed left wingers on the airwaves.Grade A - Michael Grade's appointment as chairman of ITV is a huge coup.
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