Take two kangaroos having an all-out brawl in the middle of a residential New South Wales add one quick-thinking guy with a video camera, plus a balletic Tchaikovsky soundtrack, and the result is Internet gold.In one of those “only in Australia” moments, Rodney Langham noticed two male 'roos duking it out just outside his home in New South Wales recently, so he grabbed his camera, stepped outside and pushed play.One commentator believes it is a stunt for the car in the foreground. What do you think?" This "video" was computer animated. The image layers were very obvious. It is easy to doctor videos now, what with all the freely available software out there. Nice try though."
— Will Corry (@slievemore) October 2, 2014
AOL UK today announces 14 new partnerships for its premium video syndication platform AOL On with a series of new content producers adding their web content and short form content, including Northern & Shell, British Pathe and Sky News.
The new partnerships further cement AOL’s position as the number one premium video platform globally.
— Will Corry (@slievemore) September 6, 2014
Well look no further as Promotional Products Week (PPW) has created a ‘referendum voting highlighter’ that will allow the Scottish public to show with ease which way they plan to cast their vote and make political history.
— Will Corry (@slievemore) August 28, 2014
Designer Raymond Weil paid Theron for the rights to her wrists for two years, so she could wear only his watches. The model and actress did not play by the rules and went to a press conference wearing a Dior watch. As you can imagine, Weil wasn’t too happy about this and went on to seek £12m in compensation.
Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle website GOOP was sued for copyright infringement over the moniker 'Diet Detective.' According to Radar , the Oscar winner's legal woes began when Manhattan-based nutrition & public health advocate Charles Platkin noticed the soon-to-be 42-year-old had allegedly used his professional alias in her July 17 article .
The BBC was plunged into a new crisis last night after it was publicly blasted by police over its role in the shock Sir Cliff Richard sex abuse investigation. In an extraordinary attack on the broadcaster’s standards, furious South Yorkshire Police accused the Corporation of breaking its own guidelines.
The force took the highly unusual step of announcing it had written an official letter of complaint to Director-General Lord Tony Hall over the Corporation’s controversial coverage of the case.
— Will Corry (@slievemore) August 14, 2014