Maurice Lévy, the chief executive of Publicis Groupe, Michael Roth, the chief executive of Interpublic, and Rémi Babinet, the...
Evian "little big baby" by BETC Paris Evian has brought out a series of print executions under its "live young" position.
Nationwide "on your side for generations" by Nationwide Despite appointing VCCP to its creative account in March, Nationwide's latest campaign comes from its in-house team.
World's Talking About: The Man And The Dog DDB Argentina has shown that it can do sentimental just as well as its sister agency Adam & Eve/DDB with a spot for Argentina's liver-transplant foundation.
Irn-Bru "get a grip" by The Leith Agency Like a Celtic Tango, Irn-Bru continues to push the boundaries of good taste with its advertising.
Tango "#TangoMyLove" by 101 Tango returned to TV advertising after a two-year hiatus last Saturday with a campaign that set out to wrong-foot the audience.
Michael Wall isn't just taking the role of global chief executive at Mother, he's joining the family - becoming the first new partner in 16 years. Claire Beale talks to him and the co-founder Robert Saville about Mother's independence and ambitions.
Giffgaff's unconventional collaborative ethos is being extended to its advertising arrangements, Kate Magee discovers.
As Adblock Plus rolls out its first mobile browser, will it hold back advertisers' efforts in this arena? By Gurjit Degun.
Advertisers looking to reach the current crop of iconoclastic teenagers should appeal to their desire to stand out from the crowd, demonstrate communitarian credentials and strive to make a transparent, real-world impact, Kate Magee writes.
The media shop's new managing director brings a reputation for calm to a fast-growing agency at a critical moment, Gurjit Degun writes.
Features & Analysis
Clients are the ultimate winners as media agencies recruit talent to extend their scope of work, Angus Peterson writes.
Do the findings, which suggest some media get more than their fair share of adspend, bear scrutiny? By Arif Durrani.
Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 29 May, and one thing we didn't...
As the new AA chairman, James Murphy wants adland to prove how it is good for the economy, society and people.
...is not in ad agencies' creative departments, judging by how few of them are there. James Swift speaks with Kat Gordon, who is trying to change all that, and some female creatives who have made it to the top.
Speakers got nostalgic as Mobile Engage hosted its final year before joining the main Engage event. By Omar Oakes.
While John Whittingdale s appointment as the culture secretary may be causing BBC bosses to reach for their tin hats, adland has been rolling out the welcome mat for somebody it sees as a friend. As the chairman of the Culture, Media and Sport Select...
While many publishers have signed up, some are concerned about losing ad revenues and data control. By David Benady.
Boots and Netmums tie-up Some partnerships just instinctively feel right, as is the case with Boots and the parenting site Netmums. The six-figure deal, brokered by OMD, was marked this week with a campaign designed to drive awareness of Boots bab...
Net-a-Porter's fashion-focused social network enables users to buy directly through the app. By Gurjit Degun.
Will the placement system that for so long has been the rite of passage for many creatives be perpetually cast as the industry s necessary evil? It s not dissimilar to the not-entirely-welcome guest at a party who isn t universally liked but doesn t ...
As the election proves, research does not always represent the reality. Creatives are well aware of this, Simon James writes.
Reading one book a day for 80 days can unlock 'a reservoir of the triumph of ideas' that is also relevant to modern brand-builders, Giles Hedger argues.
Opinion & blogs
The end of Mad Men in the US last weekend was cause for another bonanza of articles on advertising. One reason to celebrate the demise of the (brilliant) series is that we will no longer have to endure acres of press coverage wistfully wanging on a...
Among the Champagne, brass bands, eulogies and Pencils at the D AD Awards last week, there was a moment of reflection. In his president s speech on stage in the prefab oddity that is Battersea Evolution, Mark Bonner told the story of how he went to E...
Does the exit of News UK's commercial managing director, Paul Hayes, suggest the publisher of The Times and The Sun is knee-deep in the brown stuff?
"I want to bring our country together, our United Kingdom together... to reclaim a mantle that we should never have lost: the mantle of one nation, one United Kingdom."
As the festival season approaches, it is worth reflecting how tech has revolutionised the experience. My first festival was in 2003 not much longer than a decade ago but a technological lifetime. Although BlackBerrys were becoming commonplace, th...
I ve spent the past two years travelling across Europe and the Middle East, talking to hundreds of people clients, colleagues, competitors, media owners, cab drivers, bartenders and realised that Italy s image is far better outside than inside th...
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- Five black Pencils awarded at D&AD 2015
- Campaign Viral Chart: True Detective trailer in number one spot
- Managing director Paul Hayes to leave News UK after 15 years
- Pimm's launches weather activated OOH campaign
- Vizeum on alert as 21st Century Fox review includes £150m European media
- Tango returns to advertising after two years with off-brand TV ad
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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.
Planning is about people, not writing a famous blog or endless Tweeting, Lucy Jameson says.
Lindsay Pattison shares lessons from attending the World Economic Forum's annual gathering for the first time.
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.
Through the rise of social networking, technology has transformed media recruitment - but, even in the field of IT employment, it remains very much a people business.
Through mobile, brands will finally get to know their customers, says Millennial Media's Zac Pinkham.
The medium has evolved more since the inception of Media Week than in the 150 years before that. But you haven't seen anything yet, Outdoor Plus' Jonathan Lewis says
AOL's Graham Moysey steps into the DeLorean and identifies four trends that will define tomorrow's media industry. Spoiler alert: there isn't a hoverboard in sight
April's winners: Prabs Wignarajah and Jez Tribe creatives, Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO Judge: Caroline Pay deputy executive creative director, Bartle Bogle Hegarty Winning Ad: Tena Men 'Cat Choir'
Over the past few years, title sequences have come into their own as vehicles for design that are rich with both meaning and experimentation. The proliferation of great design and thinking within film and TV titles has paved the way for an important ...