Harvey Nichols' Vogue ad features 100-year-old fashion model
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Harvey Nichols' Vogue ad features 100-year-old fashion model

Harvey Nichols' new campaign features the first 100-year-old model to appear in Vogue.

Backstreet Boys parodied in Red Brick Road's last ad for Just Eat

Backstreet Boys parodied in Red Brick Road's last ad for Just Eat

Everybody, the 90s hit by American boy band Backstreet Boys, is the third and final song to be parodied by Just Eat in an ad that launches this weekend.

Nick Bailey to leave Isobar

Nick Bailey to leave Isobar

Nick Bailey, the EMEA chief creative officer at Isobar, is leaving the Dentsu Aegis Network agency after three years.

Facebook and Twitter gear up for live video battle as mobile adspend war intensifies

Facebook and Twitter gear up for live video battle as mobile adspend war intensifies

Twitter's stock is plunging while Facebook's soars, but Twitter is hoping to reverse this trend as the two social media giants prepare to lock horns over live video.

Oliver Group launches Manchester office
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Oliver Group launches Manchester office

Oliver Group is launching a new office in Manchester as it aims to create a specialist hub in digital and SEO in the North.

Ad narcissism: why our industry should put down the mirror
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Ad narcissism: why our industry should put down the mirror

Kate Nettleton, a strategy director at Bartle Bogle Hegarty, on why advertising should end its obsession with the reflecting pool.

PHD and MediaCom lead nominations in Thinkbox TV Planning Awards shortlist
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PHD and MediaCom lead nominations in Thinkbox TV Planning Awards shortlist

PHD and MediaCom are the most shortlisted agencies in the 2016 Thinkbox TV Planning Awards, run with Campaign, which will be judged next week.

ISBA's media transparency contracts under fire from agencies
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ISBA's media transparency contracts under fire from agencies

ISBA's attempts to introduce greater transparency around media agency contracts with advertisers are unworkable and irresponsible, it has been claimed.

ASA probes gender stereotyping in ads
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ASA probes gender stereotyping in ads

Rules on gender stereotyping in advertising could change following an investigation by the Advertising Standards Authority, which has launched today.

Ogilvy & Mather and WPP top Effie Index
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Ogilvy & Mather and WPP top Effie Index

Ogilvy & Mather has been named as the most effective ad network in the world by the Effie Index, while its owner, WPP, was named the most effective holding company for the fifth year in a row.

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Iris hires ex-BuzzFeed director of brand strategy Lewis
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Iris hires ex-BuzzFeed director of brand strategy Lewis

Digby Lewis, the former director of brand strategy at BuzzFeed, has joined Iris to lead its global content division Content That Pops.

WPP revenue up 10.5% despite marketing taking 'back seat' for clients
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WPP revenue up 10.5% despite marketing taking 'back seat' for clients

WPP, the owner of Group M and Ogilvy & Mather, has reported a 10.5 per cent increase in revenue year on year to £3.08 billion for the first quarter of 2016.

Rick Hirst joins Carat as CEO
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Rick Hirst joins Carat as CEO

In a rare move, Mcgarrybowen's UK boss takes charge of sister media agency.

Home Office seeks agency for £60m anti-extremism initiative
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Home Office seeks agency for £60m anti-extremism initiative

The Home Office is holding a pitch to find an agency to support a programme to counter extremism.

Wagamama kicks off review of ad business
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Wagamama kicks off review of ad business

Wagamama, the restaurant chain, has called a review of its creative requirements.

Tribute begins hunt for creative agency
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Tribute begins hunt for creative agency

Tribute, the Cornish pale ale beer brand, is looking for a creative agency to help it take advantage of the public's thirst for craft beer.

Brexit blamed for fall in TV adspend
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Brexit blamed for fall in TV adspend

TV insiders are blaming clients' anxiety over the Brexit vote for a bigger-than-expected fall of up to 7 per cent in the TV ad market in April and have revised down forecasts for the year.

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Jobs for the girls: paving the way for women in creative departments
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Jobs for the girls: paving the way for women in creative departments

Doing away with outdated creative department structures will both modernise agencies and further the cause of women in adland, Paul Burke writes.

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