6 September 2001

GMTV unearths new look Diggit

Digital TV channel GMTV’s early morning kids’ show Diggit is getting a facelift prior to its autumn season, which airs on 1 September. The GMTV channel bears no relation to

Goodbye country (hello nightclub)

The sleeve for Groove Armada’s next album Goodbye country (hello nightclub), released on 10 September, has been designed by Microdot Visual Communications. The design pays homage to Pink Floyd’s 1969

Redundancies at The Partners

The Partners has made eight people redundant after a review of a number of roles, provoked by the general economic climate. The redundancies, none of which involve creative positions, were

Opius gives Brainwave a little Pzizz

Product design group Opius has created a gadget designed to ‘relax and re-energise’ busy people through an electronic headset, which launches worldwide on 15 November. Called Pzizz, the unit is

Acid burns mark on Net with launch of website

Copyright action group Anti-copying in Design launched a website last Friday to provide both members and non-members with professional information on copyright issues. The site, www.acid.uk.com, features graphics designed by

English Partnerships selects roster

Government quango English Partnerships has all but finalised its design roster with the appointment of five consultancies and a decision on the appointment of a sixth expected this week. Martin


Zinc has started work on the redesign of Warner Village Cinemas’ website, www.warnervillage.co.uk, following a four-way credentials and unpaid pitch. The site will relaunch at the end of October.

Call for entries

Glasspac.com, the information bureau for glass packaging, is calling for entries into the 2001 Shine Awards. The awards are open to any product packaged in glass. Winners will be announced

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