The Co-op Food has launched a Mother's Day campaign starring a real daughter and her mum to inspire people to make the event more special.
Tom Tagholm directed GambleAware's debut ads, which are aimed at young people at risk of problem-gambling.
Yorkshire Tea is rolling out a £7m celebrity-studded campaign that marks a creative shift in its advertising.
Production companies remain the best place to nurture directors despite the rise of agency production units, Kim Gehrig has suggested.
In a male-dominated industry, Kim Gehrig is on a mission to show other women what they can achieve.
The debate around stricter guidelines for ad agency production arms has gathered steam as production companies in France, Germany, South Africa and the US have pledged not to pitch against agencies' in-house divisions.
Eurostar is encouraging people to embrace new experiences in an ad campaign inspired by New-Wave cinema.
Brittaney Kiefer laughed out loud at this Valentine's Day film raising awareness of kidney donation.
Twitter's advertising revenue declined slightly in the fourth quarter of 2016 after international growth failed to offset an 11% fall in the US.
Pamela Anderson is fronting a campaign from Coco de Mer encouraging women to take back control of Valentine's Day.
Brittaney Kiefer is annoyed by Campari's overindulgent ad.
The British Heart Foundation will take over The Sun with press ads written live in response to editorial coverage in a campaign highlighting the unexpected devastation of heart disease.
Amnesty International is raising support for the refugee crisis with a social media campaign enabling refugees to respond in real time to tweets.
Brittaney Kiefer is charmed by Wieden & Kennedy's debut work for Sainsbury's.
A further 69 production companies have put their weight behind a call for agencies to avoid a "rigged" bidding system.
The IPA has said it is "unreasonable" to suggest agencies should not pitch against production companies for the same work.
Academy, Blink, Rattling Stick and RSA Films are among 15 production companies that have hit out at the IPA's suggestion that ad agencies should be allowed to compete against them in the same pitch.
BBC Creative has hired Michael Lean from Grey London as its first head of planning.
The IPA has defended the practice of agencies competing against production companies for their clients' budgets.
SheSays, the mentorship and events organisation for women in the creative industry, has elected Casey Bird as its first president.