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International Fund For Animal Welfare "the sly ones" by J Walter Thompson The International Fund For Animal Welfare has released print ads by J Walter Thompson hoping to persuade the next government to strengthen the Hunting Act.

28 Too Many "it happens here" by Ogilvy & Mather Anti female genital mutilation charity, 28 Too Many, has released a print and outdoor campaign telling people that FGM is an issue that affects people in the UK and across Europe.

Honda "feeling" by Wieden & Kennedy London Honda's ad for its new Civic model introduces a hyperrealistic world where engineers manipulate everything - down to individual drops of rain - to ensure drivers get the right feeling from their car.

Coca-Cola "What Are You Waiting For?" by Ogilvy & Mather Amsterdam Coca-Cola's first ad under its one-brand approach continues the drinks giant's tradition of using commercials to promote lofty ideals.

BetVictor "TweetRumble" by VCCP VCCP has created a social media platform for BetVictor ahead of Floyd Mayweather's fight against Manny Pacquiao on Sunday (3 May).

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Advertising can be a noble profession

Advertising can be a noble profession

The industry should help brands define their higher purpose beyond profit. The new IPA agenda aims to not only achieve this but also make advertising itself a cultural, social and economic force for good, Tom Knox writes.

 
 
The genius of 'and'

The genius of 'and'

In pursuing effectiveness, brands and agencies often disconnect creativity from the process - and marketing testing and measurement tools are partly to blame. This divide must be bridged, Wendy Clark argues in the third of our series on creative effe...

 
 
Is the UK's ad industry homophobic?

Is the UK's ad industry homophobic?

Adland gets regular flak for lacking sufficient ethnic diversity in its workforce and giving women a raw deal. But Dave Buonaguidi's claim that it is also institutionally homophobic is new to the charge sheet. It is, after all, 17 years since Ogilvy ...

 
 
I can make Publicis UK great, new CEO insists

I can make Publicis UK great, new CEO insists

Kate Magee meets Guy Wieynk, the former AKQA executive now charged with turning around a heritage ad brand.

 
 
Election fever grips media and millennials

Election fever grips media and millennials

Grazia and Kiss get involved with politics, and Bauer's own study highlights millennials' key role. Krissie Ford reports.

 
 
How brands are tapping into the power of where

How brands are tapping into the power of where

The rich data now being generated by mobile devices is taking location marketing to a whole new level, Nigel Clarkson says.

 
 
 
Link to Bullmore Bot: random gems of wisdom from adland's agony uncle, Jeremy Bullmore

Features & Analysis

Things we like: Vogue, digital radio and The Economist

Things we like: Vogue, digital radio and The Economist

Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 1 May, and one thing we didn't...

 
 
Is Viacom's Spike a welcome addition to UK television?

Is Viacom's Spike a welcome addition to UK television?

In a crowded market, will the channel - with its male-focused shows and hit dramas - succeed, Gurjit Degun asks.

 
 
Putting leadership back on the ad agenda

Putting leadership back on the ad agenda

What does it take to become an effective agency chief executive and win the respect of the wider business community? Suki Thompson explores.

 
 
Why we should all love smaller budgets

Why we should all love smaller budgets

Constraints can actually stimulate - rather than hinder - a brand and make a big impact, Adam Morgan writes.

 
 
On the road: Adforum 2015

On the road: Adforum 2015

Last week, pitch consultants toured London agencies as part of Adforum. Peter Cowie reports back.

 
 
Which party should get adland's vote?

Which party should get adland's vote?

With just two weeks to go until the general election, it is still far from certain which political party will form the next UK government and who will be the next prime minister. And with Labour and the Conservatives neck and neck on poll ratings, wh...

 
 
Dawn Airey predicts a 'renaissance year' for Yahoo

Dawn Airey predicts a 'renaissance year' for Yahoo

'We need to get bigger and we will get bigger,' Dawn Airey, the tech company's EMEA boss, tells Arif Durrani in a rare press interview since taking the job.

 
 
Divided we fall

Divided we fall

In the second of a series exploring creative effectiveness, Gurdeep Puri says that, through collaboration and co-operation, the industry must more closely examine how creativity affects clients' commercial objectives.

 
 
Is the growth of ad-blockers a threat to online media?

Is the growth of ad-blockers a threat to online media?

The growing prevalence of ad-blockers could lead to advertisers spending less and an increase in paywalled content.

 
 
Things we like: Fox, The Pool and BGT

Things we like: Fox, The Pool and BGT

Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 24 April, and one thing we didn't...

 
 
Is EC anti-trust attack on Google a political move?

Is EC anti-trust attack on Google a political move?

The charges against the tech giant last week say more about envy of US entrepreneurial culture, Ross Jenkins argues.

 
 
TV advertising's come a long way in 60 years

TV advertising's come a long way in 60 years

Nick Reid charts the journey from the first, lottery-placed TV ad in 1955 to a future shaped by programmatic trading.

 
 
The unsung hero

The unsung hero

Paul Brazier and Peter Souter pay tribute to Ron Brown, the art director behind many of AMV's finest ads, who died last month.

 
 

Opinion & blogs

Still much to be done if we want to be 'here for good'

Still much to be done if we want to be 'here for good'

One IPA president of recent years told me the best strategy for making an impact in the presidential role was to do very little for the first 18 months and then make a lot of noise for the last six: "That's all anyone will remember, anyway."

 
 
Agencies can't turn a blind eye to kickback culture

Agencies can't turn a blind eye to kickback culture

Last week was a bumper one for anyone interested in poring over agency holding company results. Publicis Groupe, Omnicom, WPP and Interpublic all reported their figures for the first three months of 2015. One of the common responses to the results ...

 
 
Meaningful brands enjoy major competitive edge

Meaningful brands enjoy major competitive edge

In a continuation of a trend that has been gaining momentum for the past three years, Havas' robust update to its Meaningful Brands study this week suggests marketers who ignore the value of how brands impact personal well-being really are missing a ...

 
 
#Millennials

#Millennials

Millennials have been called the unluckiest generation by some . They have been written off as a feckless generation by others (interestingly, including by millennials themselves but they would like to point out that it is not their fault). ...

 
 
Global viewpoint from Germany

Global viewpoint from Germany

Communication today is all about content and connections. Telling relevant stories to the right people in the right moment and place. In our digital world, we move from "one campaign for all" to "micro-messages for individual consumers" by optimising...

 
 
Tech viewpoint on audio 'watermarking'

Tech viewpoint on audio 'watermarking'

While most of us may have used a service like Shazam, few of us are aware of what is going on behind the scenes. When you Shazam an audio track, the service has to search a huge database in a process very similar to CSI-style fingerprint matching. Bu...

 
 

Watch: the worst things that have happened to me at Cannes

Maurice Lévy, the chief executive of Publicis Groupe, Michael Roth, the chief executive of Interpublic, and Rémi Babinet, the...


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Gunn Report 2014

Gunn Report 2014

If it was a successful year for UK creativity in 2014, it was an epic one for Jean-Claude Van Damme and his entourage, Donald Gunn writes.

 
 
How to be... a chief strategy officer

How to be... a chief strategy officer

Planning is about people, not writing a famous blog or endless Tweeting, Lucy Jameson says.

 
 
Should agencies become full service?

Should agencies become full service?

 
 
Does the buck stop with the marketer?

Does the buck stop with the marketer?

 
 
A Davos virgin reflects...

A Davos virgin reflects...

Lindsay Pattison shares lessons from attending the World Economic Forum's annual gathering for the first time.

 
 
BBH rebooted

BBH rebooted

After a year of change, the agency has emerged with a new management team and a new way of working. But does it still have the magic touch? By James Swift.

 
 

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Our future as agents of change

Our future as agents of change

For hundreds of years, news brands have, well, reported the news. Now, in a digital democracy, they can - must - do so much more, says Guardian News & Media's David Pemsel

 
 
Gazing ahead to the media world of 2045

Gazing ahead to the media world of 2045

It's been a wild 30 years, but wait till you see what's around the corner, says Paul Frampton, chief executive of Havas Media.

 
 
When behaviour meets maths

When behaviour meets maths

As the industry obsesses over stats and clicks, Tom Laranjo from Total Media looks at how behavioural insights can elevate programmatic buying

 
 
The ideas that blew Matt Batten away at D&AD 2015

The ideas that blew Matt Batten away at D&AD 2015

 
 
30 things to think about...

30 things to think about...

Lindsey Clay, the chief executive of Thinkbox, presents a TV-themed smorgasbord of facts, figures and fibs

 
 
The ideas that blew PJ Pereira away at D&AD 2015

The ideas that blew PJ Pereira away at D&AD 2015

 
 
Media is no place for Luddites

Media is no place for Luddites

We should celebrate an industry that refuses to stand still, PHD's Mike Cooper writes. Indeed, investing in technology is the only way to navigate an increasingly complicated business