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Samsung "every day is day one" by 72andSunny Amsterdam Samsung has released an online film to announce its sponsorship of the Association of Surfing Professionals World Tour. 72andSunny Amsterdam created the ad, which launches on Samsung s YouTube channel today (23 July). It features...

Levi's "live in Levi's" by FCB and The House Worldwide Levi s has released its first global campaign since splitting with Wieden Kennedy in 2013. The work was created jointly by FCB, The House Worldwide and Levi s. It will run in the UK from...

Knopka "spectral girl" by St Luke's Knopka, the business service for Russian entrepreneurs, has released a series of online ads designed to tell start-up leaders that it understands their frame of mind. St Luke s created the three 30-second spots, which...

EHarmony "the brains behind the butterflies" by Albion London EHarmony s new TV campaign uses surreal humour to declare the dating website more sophisticated than its rivals. Albion created the campaign, which is its first for the brand since winning the business in March....

KFC "rodeo" by Bartle Bogle Hegarty KFC introduces its Great American Bites range with a campaign about a rodeo rider and his dad. Bartle Bogle Hegarty created the TV ad, in which a father prepares his son to compete at a...

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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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6 ads that made... Bartle Bogle Hegarty

6 ads that made... Bartle Bogle Hegarty

Sir John Hegarty looks back at some of the best ads created during Bartle Bogle Hegarty's 34 years and how, in its own way, each spot was groundbreaking.

 
 
Gregory has ambitious plans for Exterion Media

Gregory has ambitious plans for Exterion Media

Three days into his role as the international chief executive of Exterion Media - the company known as CBS Outdoor until January - Shaun Gregory is already a bit bored of the obvious questions.

 
 
Newspapers throw the future of NRS in doubt

Newspapers throw the future of NRS in doubt

The press is reviewing its relationship with the measurement body as it seeks a system for the digital age. By Arif Durrani.

 
 
Ten things you need to know

Ten things you need to know

 
 
How to write a brand manifesto

How to write a brand manifesto

Manifesto brands stand for a cause, have something to say and are ready to agitate. Phil Teer offers tips on how to be one.

 
 
Why media strategy is a creative problem

Why media strategy is a creative problem

The days of creative conviction leading media selection are gone, but a lot has been lost on the way, Phil Georgiadis says.

 
 

Features & Analysis

Do agencies hold too much power?

Do agencies hold too much power?

Will advertisers suffer from Omnicom Media Group's decision to pull all ads from Channel 5, David Benady asks.

 
 
Is the 'pure' advertising pitch doomed?

Is the 'pure' advertising pitch doomed?

In a communications world that has become increasingly multi-channelled and complex, are agencies witnessing the slow but sure decline of the advertising-only pitch? That there has been a slow reduction in the number of such contests in recent years ...

 
 
Internet of Things brings opportunities for brands

Internet of Things brings opportunities for brands

Advertising could appear on the new generation of connected devices, but an industry standard is needed. By David Benady.

 
 
Feminism is no longer a dirty word

Feminism is no longer a dirty word

There is still a long way to go before women can achieve real equality. For now, ads such as Always' '#LikeAGirl' must be applauded, Laura Jordan Bambach writes.

 
 
Things We Like: George Clooney's spat with the Daily Mail

Things We Like: George Clooney's spat with the Daily Mail

Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 18 July, and one thing we didn't...

 
 
Furtive Facebook sparks fresh surveillance fears

Furtive Facebook sparks fresh surveillance fears

The platform's controversial 'emotion experiment' could have serious consequences for the industry, David Benady writes.

 
 
Is Labour a friend or enemy of adland?

Is Labour a friend or enemy of adland?

Adland has long had a mistrust of Labour. Despite the olive branch extended last week by Harriet Harman, the party's deputy leader, scepticism persists that it has truly exorcised its advertising demons. Was her appearance at the ISBA lunch confirmat...

 
 

Opinion & blogs

Can the creative/media schism ever be fixed?

Can the creative/media schism ever be fixed?

I sat through a presentation from a big, bright media agency the other day.

 
 
Another busy week for the men who make us spend

Another busy week for the men who make us spend

All good stories need their heroes and villains. The documentary-maker Jacques Peretti was quick to point the finger at the entire advertising industry being the latter in his over-simplistic rant against consumerism, The Men Who Made Us Spend , on ...

 
 
News brands are keen to set the agenda, but it is a time for collaboration

News brands are keen to set the agenda, but it is a time for collaboration

"The NRS in its current form no longer serves newspaper needs." Not my words but those of Bob Hulks, the ex-independent chairman of the Newspaper Publishers Association Review Group, speaking at the Media Research Group conference back in 1998.

 
 
Global viewpoint from Italy

Global viewpoint from Italy

We are sick of old. Especially when old means bureaucracy and needless complexity. In Italy, we have the youngest prime minister in our history and he is riding this newfound sentiment to bring a new way of thinking and doing. A sort of "new deal" ba...

 
 
Tech viewpoint on music start-ups

Tech viewpoint on music start-ups

I find myself in an almost unique position, running a tiny non-profit organisation that interacts with large companies and tiny start-ups alike. Unlike our for-profit competition, we re keen to build a network of partners, rather than fleecing our cu...

 
 

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Social photos of the week

Social photos of the week

Grey s Nils Leonard (@nilsleonard) has been keeping us amused with photo documentation of his trip to Korea. Our favourite Tweet was this interesting building, which Leonard showcased with the simple line: "Welcome to Korea." William Hague won...

 
 
Diary: Lidstone jumped, dunked and snapped

Diary: Lidstone jumped, dunked and snapped

The taller they stand, the harder they fall. So spare a thought for Russ Lidstone, the 6 4" Devonian chief executive of Havas Worldwide London. Lidstone a serious basketball player in his youth, having played in the national league and for England...

 
 
Diary: Ee bah gum!

Diary: Ee bah gum!

As the saying goes: "Tha' can allas tell a Yorkshireman. But tha' can't tell 'im much." So it turns out the VCCP Tour de France, organised by Charles Vallance from the White Rose county, wasn't the miserable event that this week's Diary makes out.

 
 


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An epic tale

An epic tale

Forsman & Bodenfors' Björn Engström on Volvo Trucks, Van Damme and winning a black Pencil.

 
 
Rock 'n' roll brand

Rock 'n' roll brand

As an art student in New York, Dave Trott befriended a future punk pioneer who understood that image was more powerful than substance.

 
 
Half of online advertising will be wasted

Half of online advertising will be wasted

Improved consumer-centric techniques and technologies are needed to help marketers make the best use of their advertising dollars says Damian Blackden, co-founder at Device9.

 
 
6 ads that made... Bartle Bogle Hegarty

6 ads that made... Bartle Bogle Hegarty

Sir John Hegarty looks back at some of the best ads created during Bartle Bogle Hegarty's 34 years and how, in its own way, each spot was groundbreaking.

 
 
Benedict Cumberbatch's Sherlock helps BBC Worldwide return £173.8m to BBC

Benedict Cumberbatch's Sherlock helps BBC Worldwide return £173.8m to BBC

BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the BBC, generated sales of £1.04bn in the year to 31 March, propelled by the international licensing of top shows Sherlock, Top of the Lake and Doctor Who.

 
 
Newspapers throw the future of NRS in doubt

Newspapers throw the future of NRS in doubt

The press is reviewing its relationship with the measurement body as it seeks a system for the digital age. By Arif Durrani.

 
 

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Creatives outdoors at Cannes

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Campaign caught up with four creative chiefs in Cannes to get their views on digital out of home and its power to unleash creative potential.

 
 
Getting creative with data

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How can the strategic use of data inspire businesses to be more creative? Marketers and agencies put their heads together around the Campaign table in Cannes to thrash it out.

 
 
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Talent and culture drive programmatic success

Talent and culture drive programmatic success

Campaign hosted a roundtable, in association with MediaMath, at a rooftop venue in Cannes to debate how programmatic advertising is being adopted by marketers and what that means for brands, agencies and publishers. The following is an excerpt of the...