You saw it here first: 49 years of Campaign's best front pages

From its debut in 1968, Campaign has held up a...

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Love Island success boosts younger audience for ITV



BBH's unlikely creative duo gets a crack at making advertising history

Very few people can say they have been Bartle Bogle Hegarty executive creative directors, but Ian Heartfield and Anthony Austin...


Publicis Groupe holds 3% organic growth in Europe

Publicis Groupe has praised strong organic growth of 7.8% in the UK for the first half of the year, as...


Aardman and Independent Films launch joint production offer

Aardman Studios and Independent Films are joining forces to offer a combined live action and animated video offer for clients...


Wunderman and Founders Factory partner to swap client and start-up expertise

WPP-owned Wunderman has partnered with incubator and accelerator Founders Factory, granting the former's clients early access to promising start-ups.


Google introduces voice based search within analytics

Democratising access, Google has launched a voice based interface for users of Google Analytics, lowering barriers to entry for those...


Google relaunches Google Glass

Whereas most products launched by internet companies rely on consumer-side interest to validate business side application, Google Glass has stumbled...


Unilever's mustard marriage halted as RB food brands sold to rival bidder

RB has sold its food unit to Schwartz spices owner McCormick for $4.2bn (£3.2bn).


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Making media fun again: why we must free our industry from outdated models

1 Making media fun again: why we must free our industry from outdated models

The industry needs an audience-first media revolution that balances brand and outcomes, writes Mindshare's global chief executive.