This is my last column before the festive season, so here is a handy Future Of Media Christmas Gift Guide. You might like to imagine it as a magazine supplement with lots of cut-out items against a white background, divided into those annoying lifest...
Agency life moves at a ferocious pace. Especially if, like me, you split your time between new business and account management. After focusing on the impact of social media on elections during my politics degree and then spending a year helping start...
I used the No 94 bus for ten years, had a driver for ten years and experienced every type of commute in between. Now, I have the best: by riverboat from Bankside to the Trinity Mirror offices in Canary Wharf - 20 minutes that put me in a good mood an...
It's nearly Christmas, so time for the traditional positive missive - but, in this instance, I genuinely think it's warranted.
DCM hopes its £200 million investment in technology will revolutionise cinema advertising. David Benady reports.
Agency creative departments may not be the laddish retreats they once were, but women recruits are neither rushing to break down their doors nor being welcomed inside. The still small list of female creative chiefs at Britain s major agencies is a sa...
Instead of folding its new acquisition into the main network, Publicis Groupe is eyeing expansion, Maisie McCabe writes.
"This could be the death of this industry," one of the UK's most senior ad executives told me last week.
It may be more blessed to give than receive - but it's also less lucrative. So in that fine spirit we asked a host of agency folks, regardless of whether they have been naughty or nice in 2013, what they would ask for if Father Christmas (Sinterklaas...
By any measure, 2013 has failed to meet expectations. Following the once-in-a-lifetime highs of London 2012, this was tipped to be a rather uneventful 12 months.
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