15
Oct

On the eve of the premiere of How We Got To Now on PBS The New York Times have reviewed the series,

“It’s an exceedingly watchable history lesson, and all in support of his central thesis, which he  articulates in “Cold” thus: “We make our ideas, and they make us in return.”

To read the full article click here

How We Got To Now airs tonight at 9pm & 10pm EST on PBS

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25
Sep

From Steven Johnson, the best-selling author of Where Good Ideas Come From, comes How We Got to Now,the companion book to his six-part TV series, which tracks the surprising inspirations and unexpected consequences of the most influential innovations.

If you would like to get your hands on a copy click here 

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2
Sep

Nutopia are very excited to announce that Allyson Mandelbaum has joined the company as Director of US Development. Allyson will be based in New York and will work closely with Jane Root on developing US mega-docs and returnable series.

Read the full announcement in Broadcast here

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8
Jul

The 6th July, 14 saw the premiere episode of Nutopia & Nat Geo’s three-part series The ’90s: The Last Great Decade? which unpacks the relatively peaceful decade wedged between the end of the Cold War and our volatile post-9/11 reality. The show features explosive interviews such as one with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky, who grants her first televised interview in 10 years and admits she was a “virgin to humiliation” until details of her relationship with Bill Clinton were made public.

To find out what Nutopia’s CEO, Jane Root had to say in an interview with Realscreen click here

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5
Jun

Published on 04 June 2014

BBC Worldwide’s Indie format adaptation, Har Ghar Kuch Kehta Hai, was awarded the Silver award for Best Use of Branded Content at the Media Abby Award show at Goafest 2014 which took place last week. The show was produced by BBC Worldwide India for its client, Madison Media Infinity.

Har Ghar Kuch Kehta Hai is the Hindi version of UK Indie, Nutopia’s format of The House That Made Me and is hosted by Indian actor and presenter, Vinay Pathak. The series takes celebrities from different walks of life to the homes and people that influenced them to unravel some of their most cherished memories. The series is sponsored by Asian Paints.
Goafest is recognised as a platform that promotes communication excellence as well as the exchange of ideas across the advertising, marketing and media fraternity. This is the 7th year that The Advertising Agencies Association of India (AAAI) and The Advertising Club have come together to deliver the Abby Awards.

More on the Abbys here – http://theadvertisingclub.net/

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22
Apr

Nutopia’s production for PBS, How We Got To Now, is receiving a $250,000 grant from the Knight Foundation to launch an “Innovation Hub” to coincide with the TV Show’s premiere in October.

“Carol Coletta, the foundation’s vice president for community and national initiatives, said the project was intended “to engage the audience in a conversation about how you make places that more effectively share and spread ideas.” The project will also include live events.”

Find the full article here

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4
Mar

Just Announced!

“Nutopia is developing Europe: The Story of Us for ZDF Enterprises. The Story of Us is an epic TV event that tells the history of a country or continent through reenactments, CGI and interviews with important men and women. The format has already been done with success in the U.S. and U.K., and is currently being made in Australia. There’s also a global version, Mankind: The Story of All of Us.”

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