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The DOG and #puppyshow

Published 4 November 2013

BLOG: I get why hashtags are showing up on our programmes – it’s instant ratings; the networks can gauge popularity without having to wait for the official numbers days later.

Back from the dead

Published 31 October 2008

What’s so ironic about the above image, you may ask? Apart from the fact that it is taken from an episode of Friends that was shown on E4 tonight (nothing…

Completing the circle

Published 19 October 2006

BBC One – from globes to dancers to circles

Too Much Choice

Published 24 May 2004

Annoying ways of getting your attention

All new nonsense

Published 24 May 2004

The habit of slapping “ALL NEW” on everything

All or nothing

Published 24 May 2004

The BBC3 logo that comes and goes

Good DOG, bad DOG

Published 24 May 2004

Good on-screen bugs

New dogs, old tricks

Published 24 May 2004

Finding old habits die hard. Good.

Moving the Furniture

Published 27 April 2003

Slap an on-screen logo on and all will be alright.

New Ways And Means

Published 1 July 2002

When is ‘all new’ not exactly all new?

Dogged determination

Published 1 February 2002

A ratings war means overbranding, says Mike Brown

Review of the Year: 2001

Published 15 December 2001

That was the year that was, it’s over, let it go

Gone to the DOGs

Published 1 July 2001

Mike Brown can’t see the picture for all the clutter

Manifest commitments

Published 1 June 2001

Repeal the Broadcasting Act 1990, says Anthony Heathfield

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