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Tango "#TangoMyLove" by 101 Tango returned to TV advertising after a two-year hiatus last Saturday with a campaign that set out to wrong-foot the audience.

Shell "staying ahead of the fear" by Iris Shell is squeezing more out of its "stay ahead" position, which launched last month with an expensive-looking cinema ad by JWT, with a series of log-form films about expert drivers who require premium fuel.

Budweiser "Dream Goal" by Anomaly London Budweiser's "Dream Goal" competition, which offered Sky Sports viewers the chance to have their amateur league goals analysed by Jamie Redknapp and Gary Neville, came to a close on Sunday with the winner and runners-up...

Huawei "school of pronunciation" by Dare Here's a neat piece of content for Huawei, the Chinese telecommunications company.

Dislife "more than a sign" by Y&R Moscow Y&R Moscow used holograms to stop able-bodied people parking in disabled spaces as part of a campaign for the charity Dislife.

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President's picks

President's picks

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The D&AD president, Mark Bonner, dissects the best and most innovative work from this year's awards. The type of Pencil (wood, graphite, yellow, black or white) won by each project is revealed at Thursday's ceremony.

 
 
Trevor Beattie and Andy Jex

Trevor Beattie and Andy Jex

 
 
What can Whittingdale do for adland?

What can Whittingdale do for adland?

 
 
Selling advertising's bigger picture

Selling advertising's bigger picture

As the new AA chairman, James Murphy wants adland to prove how it is good for the economy, society and people.

 
 
A woman's place...

A woman's place...

...is not in ad agencies' creative departments, judging by how few of them are there. James Swift speaks with Kat Gordon, who is trying to change all that, and some female creatives who have made it to the top.

 
 
A view from Dave Trott

A view from Dave Trott

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

Features & Analysis

IAB closes the chapter on standalone mobile

IAB closes the chapter on standalone mobile

Speakers got nostalgic as Mobile Engage hosted its final year before joining the main Engage event. By Omar Oakes.

 
 
Facebook's Instant Articles divides opinions in media

Facebook's Instant Articles divides opinions in media

While many publishers have signed up, some are concerned about losing ad revenues and data control. By David Benady.

 
 
Things we like: Boots, the FT and Trinity Mirror roadshows

Things we like: Boots, the FT and Trinity Mirror roadshows

Boots and Netmums tie-up Some partnerships just instinctively feel right, as is the case with Boots and the parenting site Netmums. The six-figure deal, brokered by OMD, was marked this week with a campaign designed to drive awareness of Boots bab...

 
 
Is The Net Set a welcome addition?

Is The Net Set a welcome addition?

Net-a-Porter's fashion-focused social network enables users to buy directly through the app. By Gurjit Degun.

 
 
Do ad placements need reforming?

Do ad placements need reforming?

Will the placement system that for so long has been the rite of passage for many creatives be perpetually cast as the industry s necessary evil? It s not dissimilar to the not-entirely-welcome guest at a party who isn t universally liked but doesn t ...

 
 
When research goes wrong

When research goes wrong

As the election proves, research does not always represent the reality. Creatives are well aware of this, Simon James writes.

 
 
Literary insights - 1: Mrs Rosie and the Priest

Literary insights - 1: Mrs Rosie and the Priest

Reading one book a day for 80 days can unlock 'a reservoir of the triumph of ideas' that is also relevant to modern brand-builders, Giles Hedger argues.

 
 
How data is music to Snow Patrol's ears

How data is music to Snow Patrol's ears

The band run their own music publishing house, which uses data to increase artist payments and inform decisions such as where to tour and what songs to play. Kate Magee asks Jonny Quinn how it works.

 
 
Things we like: Channel 4 at the Baftas, online growth and The Week

Things we like: Channel 4 at the Baftas, online growth and The Week

Channel 4's Bafta haul There was much to celebrate at this year s TV Baftas. For the second year, Ant Dec won two Baftas, and True Detective also got a welcome nod. But it was Channel 4 that was the big winner, picking up gongs for Grayson Per...

 
 
Twitter focuses on video with Periscope purchase

Twitter focuses on video with Periscope purchase

The social network will reap the revenue benefits if it can integrate the streaming app successfully.

 
 
Standard on track for profit boost

Standard on track for profit boost

ESI Media's group chief executive, Steve Auckland, has made his presence felt during his first few months, but the tough northerner has his eyes on a significant milestone.

 
 
Is Viacom's deal with Sky good for the TV sector?

Is Viacom's deal with Sky good for the TV sector?

How would the move affect Channel 4 and the wider ad sales marketplace, Arif Durrani and Gurjit Degun ask.

 
 
Keeping mum

Keeping mum

Research shows that vast numbers of women don't feel able to resume their careers after having children. Advertising agencies need to respond, Charlie Hurrell says.

 
 

Opinion & blogs

Don't shed a tear over the end of the Mad Men era

Don't shed a tear over the end of the Mad Men era

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...

 
 
Generation K wants to make you rich for being good

Generation K wants to make you rich for being good

There is lots of worthy debate at the moment about whether brands should have a wider purpose. I hope most of you, who spend your working days either directly building brands or platforms for them, think they can help improve the world at the same ti...

 
 
Dentsu makes land-grab in content marketing war

Dentsu makes land-grab in content marketing war

As armies form and battle lines are drawn in HBO's Game Of Thrones, you get the sense of inevitability of the wars to come. And so it is in the world of consolidating marketing groups.

 
 
Are we two nations now?

Are we two nations now?

"I want to bring our country together, our United Kingdom together... to reclaim a mantle that we should never have lost: the mantle of one nation, one United Kingdom."

 
 
Global viewpoint from Italy

Global viewpoint from Italy

I ve spent the past two years travelling across Europe and the Middle East, talking to hundreds of people clients, colleagues, competitors, media owners, cab drivers, bartenders and realised that Italy s image is far better outside than inside th...

 
 
Global viewpoint from Helsinki

Global viewpoint from Helsinki

I have been living in Helsinki for eight years but I don t speak the language. My excuse is that it s a hard tongue to master and impossible to pick up off the street. The will to learn is also constantly undermined by the fact that everyone in Hel...

 
 

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


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Gunn Report 2014

Gunn Report 2014

If it was a successful year for UK creativity in 2014, it was an epic one for Jean-Claude Van Damme and his entourage, Donald Gunn writes.

 
 
How to be... a chief strategy officer

How to be... a chief strategy officer

Planning is about people, not writing a famous blog or endless Tweeting, Lucy Jameson says.

 
 
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Should agencies become full service?

 
 
Does the buck stop with the marketer?

Does the buck stop with the marketer?

 
 
A Davos virgin reflects...

A Davos virgin reflects...

Lindsay Pattison shares lessons from attending the World Economic Forum's annual gathering for the first time.

 
 
BBH rebooted

BBH rebooted

After a year of change, the agency has emerged with a new management team and a new way of working. But does it still have the magic touch? By James Swift.

 
 


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Through mobile, brands will finally get to know their customers, says Millennial Media's Zac Pinkham.

 
 
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The ideas that blew Alex Holder away at D&AD 2015

 
 
AERIAL AWARDS: April's Winner

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Mill+ creative directors Carl Addy and Nils Kloth on this year's D&AD ceremony title sequences

Over the past few years, title sequences have come into their own as vehicles for design that are rich with both meaning and experimentation. The proliferation of great design and thinking within film and TV titles has paved the way for an important ...