Twitter decides to hire a ‘campaign strategist’ to woo Britain’s biggest advertisers ahead of its flotation on the stock market.
A theatre on the back of a bike, runaway taxmen turned circus performers, Hitler’s nephew, a human exhibit in London Zoo, and a man intent on eating an entire bus: roll up for Mark Borkowski’s rollercoaster ride through the weird and wonderful world of “the maverick”.
After ballroom dancing, ice-skating, singing, cooking and sending them to live in a jungle, viewers could be forgiven for thinking there was nothing television executives had not asked celebrities to do. Think again.
ITV1 is hoping to make a splash with a new reality show in which celebrities learn how to dive under the expert tutelage of Olympic bronze medallist Tom Daley. Read more: http://www.theguardian.com/media/2012/oct/31/itv-splash-tom-daley-reality-show
The Rothschilds, the Murdochs… and now the Bransons. Virgin could become the next great business dynasty after Sir Richard asked his well-connected children to help run his £2.5bn business empire.