Cadbury's Dairy Milk was behind the public's favourite TV ad of all time, according to research by Marketing. Laurence Green explains what the industry can learn from its success.
In the 50s, one man was so successful at betting on horse-races, he made millions.
This time 12 months ago, I was furiously rushing from the Hard Rock Cafe to Nasdaq to try to catch the best of Advertising Week XI (they love a Roman numeral, the Americans) as part of the launch of Campaign US.
Football's transfer window might be over for a few months but, luckily, we have the world of TV correspondents to keep us busy.
Carat has launched its comic book club with an "orgasmic bang", choosing a rather interesting title to kick things off.
Morter stars in the new campaign for the digital bank Ffrees - the first made by Tiger Savage and Will King's new agency. Morter led the 2009 campaign to make Rage Against The Machine Christmas number one.
Within the advertising community, photo shoots are one of the most exciting parts of the job.
My boss has asked me to hire more women in our creative department.
In a recent Sunday Times article, Adrian Furnham proposed the idea of a "Restoration Day" at work.
One of the most popular stories on Campaignlive over the past week has featured Havas' Yannick Bolloré talking about digital at Dmexco.
We all know most terrorist attacks are carried out by Muslims.
After months of pitches pulling everyone who works in global media agencies this way and that, the industry is finally getting some answers.
'The first global cinema ad' uses humour to send a serious message to the UN, Kate Magee writes.
As the outdoor sector's trade body rebrands again, Omar Oakes asks its new chief executive about his plans and how things are different.
Setting out his manifesto for creative innovation, the incoming president of D&AD, Andy Sandoz, urges us to remove our self-imposed shackles, embrace technology and release the idea.
This year's book is a good idea well-crafted but lacks emotion, Adrian Rossi and Alex Grieve write.
Andy Jex compares his old book with those at Cream and wonders how the process of getting a creative job has evolved.
Sixty years after the first TV ad, ITV now collaborates with brands far beyond the traditional spot, Kelly Williams writes.
Kate Magee deciphered acronyms and ducked jargon bombs to view the future of digital marketing.
Something is stirring at Nescafé. And it's not a sugar spoon.
Joy started out as a short film that Mehdi Norowzian had added to his showreel as part of efforts to establish himself as a commercials director.
There was no character more symbolic of the here-today-gone-tomorrow nature of the companies riding the 90s dotcom wave in the deluded belief that blanket advertising could compensate for flawed business models than the Pets.com sock puppet.
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