Jeremy Lee, associate editor
JEREMY LEE ON ADVERTISING
The incredible size of the industry's heart was evident last week at the charity fundraiser and evening of celebration of the life of Nick Milligan.
There's nothing an agency needs more than a lying, cheating creative director. That seemed to be the implication from a research report published last week that attempted to link dishonesty and creativity, and found that cheats are more likely to com...
It's almost 11 years to the day since James Murphy became Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R's first managing director.
Did you watch Channel 4 s The Jump ? No, me neither. But, from what I gather, the most interesting part about it was the insight into how "me too" commissioning (something that is prevalent at the moment) works. You can almost picture the scenes a...
Helen Goodman took time out from charging the taxpayer for accountancy help in filling in her tax forms (a revelation just exposed in the papers) to deliver a rather astonishing speech at last week's Lead 2014 conference.
Last week, on Campaign's front page, the French creative duo Frédéric Raillard and Farid Mokart provided an amusing lesson in how to respond to clients that decide to put their business up for review for no apparent reason. "The new Wrangler guy does...
One could argue that the appointment of Dylan Williams as the global chief strategy and innovation officer at Publicis Worldwide tells you as much about Mother as it does about the Publicis network itself.
With the departures of David Jones, Hugh Baillie and then Matthew Charlton and Neil Dawson all in the space of a week, 2014 has got off to quite a spectacular start.
It's nearly Christmas, so time for the traditional positive missive - but, in this instance, I genuinely think it's warranted.
If it were just a coincidence that Joint London chose to launch the "new" TSB with the tale of its benevolent philanthropist founder, the Reverend Henry Duncan, in an ad called "the story", it now looks a rather ironic and poignant one in the light o...
Paul Brazier's decision to stand aside and take on a chief creative officer and chairman role at Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO came a little too late to save Thiago de Moraes. The head of creative innovation quit for Droga5 in September, having found that...
There's a certain neatness to the fact that Adam & Eve/DDB has teamed up with the producers of The Plane Crash, coming just a few days after Carat was responsible for producing what must be one of the biggest car crashes with its own content efforts.
Have you seen Gogglebox on Channel 4, the TV show where you can watch people watching TV? It's a kind of real-life Royle Family and further proof that pop culture will eat itself. It's also my guilty pleasure.
As has been mentioned before, the season of mellow fruitfulness is also the time when Campaign starts to look back on the year to date - the creative highlights, the people news, the new-business efforts and the other "big" news that went some way to...
Fortunately, questions of morality (payday loan companies aside) are not ones that agencies face with regularity given how tightly regulated the industry is and that it is run largely by ethically responsible people.
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