Inside the Network of Creatives That Helped John Krasinski Produce Some Good News: How freelancer platform Communo works

In March, Ryan Gill, CEO, and co-founder of Communo, a creative platform based in Calgary that helps identify and coordinate resources for media and marketing projects, received an urgent request from a Hollywood A-lister.

John Krasinski, of Jack Ryan and The Office fame, wanted to host a YouTube show from his home. The show, dubbed Some Good News, would attempt to lift locked-down spirits with happy stories from around the globe and appearances by celebrities.

John Krasinski, of Jack Ryan and The Office fame, wanted to host a YouTube show from his home. The show, dubbed Some Good News, would attempt to lift locked-down spirits with happy stories from around the globe and appearances by celebrities.

Ultimately, that team included Senior Post and Leroi (for production and post-production chores), Made in Network (video distribution), Arcade (social-media management) and Giflytics (GIF analytics).

SGN debuted March 29, and the rest, as they say, is history. Or at any rate, the biggest media triumph born of the pandemic.

Krasinski’s former Office co-star Steve Carrell appeared in the series, as did Robert de Niro, Chance the Rapper, Billie Eilish, Oprah Winfrey and actress Emily Blunt (who is also Krasinski’s wife). In one memorable

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