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  • The State of the English Language

    Written by Melissa Robertson, Chief Executive Officer at Now. This weekend I’ve been quietly fulminating (well, actually reasonably vocally fulminating) about THE STATE OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. Or rather, the recent furore around the omissions and additions to theOxford Junior Dictionary. Given that the most recent update was back in 2012 (but maintained the previous…


  • Predicting the future of advertising – in just one afternoon – is it possible?

    Written by Susie Innes, TV Producer at Now. Possibly. But, summarising it in under 10 minutes… well, let’s go. – To set the scene. Great venue. BAFTA. A warm hello from Steve Davies Chief Exec of the APA. – Warm up. A lovely film about James Bradley from 750, part of a series on Beak…


  • Guerilla Gardening

    Written by Kelly St Lawrence, Account Director at Now. I’m not exactly what you’d call ‘outdoorsy’. In fact, I love the indoors. I wholeheartedly embrace the sense of hibernation that comes with the bitter British winter – spending evenings wrapped in all the clothes I own, as the nights close in earlier and earlier, not…


  • Breakfast with Dale Herigstad: from two screens back to one?

    Written by Kate Waters, Chief Strategy Officer at Now. I was lucky enough to be invited to a Canvas 8 breakfast briefing with Dale Herigstad, designer and thought leader on the future of broadcast TV and how consumers interact with it. His contention is that dual-screening will evolve into a system where the additional content…