The BBC is deciding whether or not to get rid of BBC3 in it’s plan to save £100m a year.
BBC3 has brought such shows as Torchwood, Gavin and Stacy, Bad Education and Being Human
If you want to sign a petition to save it click the link below:
I really find this video clever and inspiring for a hair product company, as many companies usually have women flipping their hair at other people…i’m surprised people don’t have their eyes taken out by incoming hair.
“There was a lot to celebrate this year for women in the media. But some things aren’t changing fast enough…”
This video shows the positive achievements women has accomplished in 2013 but it mainly focuses on the negative and how people are still being sexist and ageist in this modern day.
Spotify decides to let users stream over 1.5 billion playlists online for free on your Android or iOS phone (not available offline)
I attended #SocialMediaWhatsTrending event on the 29th of October, held at BBC Salford. One of the talks was about sports, and social media.
Chair: Ben Gallop, BBC Sport Head of Interactive & Formula 1
Panellist: Scott Davis, Never.no VP EMEA
Panellist: Chris Nield, Manchester City FC Social Media Executive
Panellist: Dan Walker, BBC Sport Presenter
Just had a quick look to see where good ole’ Middlesbrough are on the Championship table, turns out we’re 16th…out of 24. I suppose it’s not too bad but there’s so much room to improve. Middlesbrough have finally got rid of Tony Mowbray, but fans are anticipating who is going to replace him. With Boro’s next match on Saturday the 9th against Watford (currently 7th in the league) we hope to gain a few more points to help us gain a few more places in the league.
From YouTube to Spotify the way we view and listen to music in the 21st century has drastically changed. We are now able to get interactive with our favourite artists and bands, get up close and personal, and maybe even meet them.
British Film Filth fulfils it’s expectations and contains gritty and dark humour. It may not be to eveyone’s tastes, but there’s only one way to find out. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/filmreviews/10357075/Filth-review.html