He said Playboy’s digital audience is 80% millennial, and in the past year the average age of website’s visitors dropped from 47 to 30.
Playboy no longer trades in nudity — it removed nude photos from its website in 2014, and published its last magazine with nude pictorials with the January/February 2016 issue, featuring Pamela Anderson — bowing to the reality that it can’t compete with Internet porn.
, which later also made the transition to television.
In 2000, the cast reunited for a theatre show and radio broadcast, and in 2005, Gerard Kelly (1959-2010) presented a documentary for the Radio Roots season on BBC Radio Scotland, looking at how the series "sprouted a generation of TV writing and performing talent".
Smith John Sparkes (Series 1-3) Jonathan Watson Annette Staines (one episode, Series 3) Kate Donnelly (Series 4) Louise Beattie (one episode, Series 4; Series 5) Naked Video is a BBC Scotland sketch show that was aired on BBC Two from to 18 November 1991.
The show was created by Colin Gilbert who had previously created A Kick Up the Eighties and Naked Radio (the latter being a radio sketch show that was aired on BBC Radio Scotland, began its ten-year run on 22 January 1981, covered all aspects of Scottish society and featured a lot of topical satire material rather than parody).
“Now, with the debut of our original video slate, we’re continuing to usher in a new era of Playboy.” In addition to the lineup of new shows, Playboy announced the formation of Playboy Studios, an in-house branded-content studio headed by deputy editor and style maven Hugh Garvey.
“We’ve spent a lot of time and resources transforming Playboy into a mainstream, digitally focused lifestyle brand,” said Phillip Morelock, Playboy’s chief digital officer.
The show also spawned a radio spin-off: the football-themed Only an Excuse?Gilbert realised the series had potential for television and Naked Video was created.It proved popular at a time when alternative comedy was at its peak.We offer some tips for parents on safety and security on Instagram.Ron Bain (Series 1-3) Gregor Fisher Andy Gray Helen Lederer Tony Roper Elaine C.
The show also spawned a radio spin-off: the football-themed Only an Excuse?
Gilbert realised the series had potential for television and Naked Video was created.
It proved popular at a time when alternative comedy was at its peak.
We offer some tips for parents on safety and security on Instagram.
Ron Bain (Series 1-3) Gregor Fisher Andy Gray Helen Lederer Tony Roper Elaine C.
The series' producer was Colin Gilbert and its script editor was Philip Differ.