Love to take centre stage on the Bachelorette
Network Ten has revealed who will be the next Bachelorette, naming 27-year-old Victorian journalist Georgia Love as the next lady to search for love on national television.
Working as a committed journalist, at WIN, for several years, Love is now a nightly news presenter in Hobart.
Love follows in Sam Frost's footsteps, making her just Australia's second Bachelorette. The TV series was a hit last year for Channel Ten, with the finale drawing 1.52 million people, despite the Daily Mail trying to ruin everyone's fun.
John Mescall named president of McCann's global creative council
McCann Worldgroup has announced that John Mescall has been named president of its global creative council, an expanded creative role charged with helping the worldwide network to marshal creative resources across all of its regions and disciplines.
Mescall was ECD of McCann Australia before he was promoted and moved to New York to join the agencies top global creative leadership team in 2014. He is best known for his creative work on “Dumb Ways to Die,” the Australian Metro Trains campaign that is the most awarded in advertising history and at the Cannes Lions Festival. This month the campaign also was named the “Best of the Decade” at the 2016 Asia Pacific Tambuli Awards.
Mescall retains his responsibilities as a global executive creative director.
New logo for Netflix
Streaming giant, Netflix has a new logo, with the company ditching its full name in favour of just the letter N. This new logo isn't going everywhere, it's just for mobile apps and social platforms, with the full name still being used in shows bumpers and in ads.
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