Out and About 22 November

This week, Out and About witnesses the ITV Upfronts, has a monster mash with Dennis Publishing, congratulates ZenithOptimedia on a gold and goes to the MTV EMA with GTN and PHD.

  • ITV Upfronts

    ITV Upfronts

  • ITV Upfronts

    ITV Upfronts

  • ITV Upfronts

    ITV Upfronts

  • ITV Upfronts

    ITV Upfronts

  • ITV Upfronts

    ITV Upfronts

  • ITV Upfronts

    ITV Upfronts

  • ZenithOptimedia

    ZenithOptimedia

  • ITV Upfronts

    ITV Upfronts

  • MTV EMA

    MTV EMA

  • ITV Upfronts

    ITV Upfronts

  • ITV Upfronts

    ITV Upfronts

  • ITV Upfronts

    ITV Upfronts

  • Dennis

    Dennis

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