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The Sunday Times "gods of business" by Team News and The Box Readers of The Sunday Times have named Sir Richard Branson the most-admired business leader over the past 50 years in a poll to commemorate half-a-century of the title's Business section. The Sunday Times Business promoted...

Homepride "Fred about the house" by McCann London The Homepride character Fred returns to the Premier Foods brand s advertising in a new campaign by McCann London. In the humourous TV ad, the help Fred offers a family s mum extends beyond the...

Samsung "right up our street" by Cheil UK Samsung has launched a 10 million ad campaign featuring Lily Allen for its new Galaxy Alpha smartphone. The spot was created by Cheil UK, is set to the singer s As Long As I ve...

Guinness "gates" by Quaker City Mercantile Guinness Europe s new TV spot is a subdued look at life in the company s St James s Gate brewery in Dublin. The ad, created by Quaker City Mercantile as a one-off project for...

Volkswagen "priorities" by Adam & Eve/DDB Adam Eve/DDB and the director James Rouse the team behind Marmite s "Love it. Hate it. Just don t forget it" reunite for a new TV ad for Volkswagen. The spot, which promotes the Tiguan...

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Should agencies appear on television?

Should agencies appear on television?

If there is one thing that's pretty much guaranteed about any TV show that features ad agencies, it's that they will be made to look like feckless, vainglorious fools.

 
 
World's Talking About: Facet City

World's Talking About: Facet City

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Guardian takes a punt on membership model

Guardian takes a punt on membership model

Does the title's solution to monetising its readership while preserving open journalism stack up? Arif Durrani investigates.

 
 
It's still the work, the work, the work for Robertson

It's still the work, the work, the work for Robertson

The BBDO worldwide chief executive has long seemed destined for even greater things, Claire Beale writes. Yet, after ten years at the helm, Andrew Robertson still sounds like a man consumed by the job at hand.

 
 
Private View: Caitlin Ryan and Neil Simpson

Private View: Caitlin Ryan and Neil Simpson

 
 
The Scottish question

The Scottish question

To be or not to be a separate country? That is the big debate for the Scots, who will head to the polls in just under two months' time. As the battle to win votes heats up ahead of the 18 September referendum, we asked two senior creatives in Scotlan...

 
 
 
Link to Bullmore Bot: random gems of wisdom from adland's agony uncle, Jeremy Bullmore

Features & Analysis

Morley stakes claim as outdoor's ambassador

Morley stakes claim as outdoor's ambassador

By exploiting OOH's digital potential, Andrew Morley aims to boost Clear Channel and the wider sector. By Arif Durrani

 
 
Small is the new big

Small is the new big

Steve Martin explains how a little alteration in a message could leverage powerful human motivations and offers some tips for marketers wanting to 'think small'.

 
 
Traditional TV set losing appeal among children

Traditional TV set losing appeal among children

Four- to 15-year-olds are shunning the TV set. What are the implications for agencies and broadcasters?

 
 
Things we like: UM creating Jack Rocks, Netflix push, Boris and News UK

Things we like: UM creating Jack Rocks, Netflix push, Boris and News UK

Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 19 September, and one thing we didn't...

 
 
Should the licence fee be scrapped?

Should the licence fee be scrapped?

Arif Durrani and David Benady on the mooted decriminalisation of non-payment and what it could mean for TV.

 
 
Will client creative chiefs improve ads?

Will client creative chiefs improve ads?

The charitable view of Matt Atkinson s recent switch from chief marketing officer to the new role of chief creative officer at Tesco is that it signals a new approach to innovation at an organisation sorely in need of it. A more cynical one is that...

 
 
We’re still the black sheep of the advertising family

We’re still the black sheep of the advertising family

The new BBH worldwide CEO, Neil Munn, says its creative and cultural heritage will not be lost in the quest for growth as part of Publicis Groupe. By Jeremy Lee.

 
 
Style secrets from the ad industry's fashionistas

Style secrets from the ad industry's fashionistas

The advertising and fashion industries share many similarities, but what about the notion of creativity? Kate Magee talks to some of the sharpest dressers in adland about their own take on style.

 
 
Things we like: Stylist publishing a £600k fashion special

Things we like: Stylist publishing a £600k fashion special

Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 12 September, and one thing we didn't...

 
 
Is the success of native advertising sustainable?

Is the success of native advertising sustainable?

Native is a digital display success story and agencies are keen to cash in, but will the boom last, Louise Jack asks.

 
 
Does online advertising have an image problem?

Does online advertising have an image problem?

While many believe it is an effective medium, online advertising remains plagued by fraud and low creative standards.

 
 
Pitches: when should agencies walk?

Pitches: when should agencies walk?

To pitch or not to pitch? That's the question that perpetually gets agencies hot and bothered.

 
 
Things we like: 50 Ways To Kill Your Mammy

Things we like: 50 Ways To Kill Your Mammy

Sky 1 s series sees the Irish radio and TV personality Baz Ashmawy (pictured) take his pensioner mother on a global quest to do dangerous activities, such as participate in a drug raid and a skydive. This is not an attempt by Ashmawy to kill his moth...

 
 

Opinion & blogs

Forget the Publicis hubris - what matters is the people

Forget the Publicis hubris - what matters is the people

The lines of this week's Publicis Groupe press statement announcing some structural fiddling are too close together to read much between them.

 
 
Voters could decide the fate of Scottish advertising

Voters could decide the fate of Scottish advertising

In case you've been living on the moon for the past six months or so, today marks the day when 5.3 million Scots will decide the fortune of the 300-year-old union - something that millions more of the Scottish diaspora have been denied.

 
 
Sometimes collaboration, not innovation, can be the key to winning campaigns

Sometimes collaboration, not innovation, can be the key to winning campaigns

Media Week Awards entries used to be awash with companies claiming "media firsts"...

 
 
Tech viewpoint on invisible technology

Tech viewpoint on invisible technology

We've been working with technology inside the advertising arena for donkey's years, leading to some amazing work. We're fascinated by anything that's new and shiny, and we're constantly looking out for that next new "thing" to jump on and use on an i...

 
 
Global viewpoint from the US

Global viewpoint from the US

The emergence of millennials will soon redefine and reshape the American workforce. Here in the US, millennials will become the majority of the workforce by 2015 and, by 2030, this hyper-connected, tech-savvy generation will account for 75 per cent o...

 
 

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Social photos of the week

Social photos of the week

Dentsu Aegis Network s UK chief executive, Tracy De Groose (right), and its managing director, Richard Morris (centre), bagged front-row seats at Burberry Prorsum s show during London Fashion Week. The JWT executive partner James Whitehead ge...

 
 
Diary: Sorrell and Hornby pay homage to Fast Show

Diary: Sorrell and Hornby pay homage to Fast Show

Well, well - what do we have here?

 
 
Social photos of the week

Social photos of the week

Saatchi Saatchi s chief strategy officer, Richard Huntington (@adliterate), shows off his pet pooch, Edward, who landed fourth place in the London 2014 Fun Dog Show last weekend. Creature London s Dan Shute is unsurprisingly the worse for wea...

 
 

Watch: the worst things that have happened to me at Cannes

Maurice Lévy, the chief executive of Publicis Groupe, Michael Roth, the chief executive of Interpublic, and Rémi Babinet, the...


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It's still the work, the work, the work for Robertson

It's still the work, the work, the work for Robertson

The BBDO worldwide chief executive has long seemed destined for even greater things, Claire Beale writes. Yet, after ten years at the helm, Andrew Robertson still sounds like a man consumed by the job at hand.

 
 
Moray MacLennan: Scotland - it is emotional

Moray MacLennan: Scotland - it is emotional

I can't write about whether 'Yes' or 'No' would have been good or bad for the advertising industry.

 
 
Jean Claude Van Damme's most epic ads

Jean Claude Van Damme's most epic ads

Campaign takes a look at the actor Jean Claude Van Damme's greatest ads.

 
 
Made.com makes Scottish Referendum marketing

Made.com makes Scottish Referendum marketing "blunder"

Made.com has been left embarrassed this morning after sending out an email to its customer base announcing it had launched in a "new country" with special offers on "Saltire-inspired" products.

 
 
Nissan creates tactical ad 7 mins after royal baby no. 2 announcement

Nissan creates tactical ad 7 mins after royal baby no. 2 announcement

Nissan has managed to produced an ad just seven minutes after Clarence House announced that William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, were expecting their second child.

 
 
Publicis boss Maurice Lévy to step down in 2017 amid board shake-up

Publicis boss Maurice Lévy to step down in 2017 amid board shake-up

Publicis Groupe chief executive Maurice Lévy is to step down in 2017 amid a management shake-up at the company.

 
 
Who killed long copy?

Who killed long copy?

Long copy is of course long dead. The adverts of yesteryear featuring hundreds of carefully crafted words are clearly no more.

 
 

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How would you push digital out-of-home to its limits?

How would you push digital out-of-home to its limits?

Campaign and MediaCo Outdoor challenged two digital leaders to take Manchester's CityLive screens to the max. This is what Team Sandoz and Team Hanås came up with for charities they love.

 
 
Inside... Rufus Leonard

Inside... Rufus Leonard

 
 
The Thinkboxes Awards for TV ad creativity

The Thinkboxes Awards for TV ad creativity

Shortlist July/August

 
 
2014 IPA Effectiveness Awards shortlist spotlight: Pancreatic Cancer Action

2014 IPA Effectiveness Awards shortlist spotlight: Pancreatic Cancer Action

 
 
Big Bus Challenge extends deadline

Big Bus Challenge extends deadline

Exterion and Campaign's competition to find the best bus creative will now end on the 17th September 2014.

 
 
Creating at the speed of culture

Creating at the speed of culture

As befits Bob Greenberg's evolutionary agency, R/GA London is eschewing established ways of working and traditional campaign timelines to enable clients to flourish in the connected age.

 
 
Bus Delivers Big Business

Bus Delivers Big Business

Enter The Big Bus Challenge 2014