Claire Beale, editor
Until last week, the most thrilling thing to come out of Grey London was e-mail-gate (search Garry Lace on Campaignlive - God, this industry used to be a jaw-dropper).
The agency offers a lingering reminder of the days when advertising was home to more people with blazing personalities and heady ambition.
When Jonathan Trimble first told me he was talking to Creston about selling off a chunk of 18 Feet Rising, it seemed the dice roll of a troubled business. Five-and-a-half years old and with some of its promise still unfulfilled, 18 Feet Rising ...
Campaign s sister title Marketing has just published a feature asking marketers about creativity. Turns out clients are calling time on the notion that creativity comes from people called creatives sitting in creative departments in creative agenc...
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...
There s good news for Fallon and Mother this week. And when could we last have written that sentence? Fallon has a new chief executive after a year (and more) of drifting. I d never heard of Gareth Collins before Fallon sniffed him out at Abbott Me...
There were three main (and increasingly slurry) talking points over the red wine at last week s party to mark 30 years of Campaign s sister title Media Week . The first was a sorry mea culpa from media agencies and media owners who failed to giv...
One IPA president of recent years told me the best strategy for making an impact in the presidential role was to do very little for the first 18 months and then make a lot of noise for the last six: "That's all anyone will remember, anyway."
RIP Johnny Fearless, an agency that did a very wonderful piece of work last year for the Imperial War Museums but, frankly, has done little else lately to justify its continued existence in a crowded and oversupplied market. The shop sadly closed its...
Awards season is now well under way and next week more than 200 of the world s finest creatives will gather in London to judge the 2015 D AD Awards. Judging week is a bigger deal this year because D AD is aiming to make it a real industry event. So...
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