Global Radio creative duo, Charlie Rees and Kevin Price, has won the first Aerial award for radio creativity since the Aerials returned as a monthly competition, with an ad for Kent Fire & Rescue.
The fast-growing, design-led online retailer uses a range of Facebook solutions to acquire customers and boost sales.
Marks & Spencer's agencies were confident this week that no agency review would take place imminently, despite the retirement of the brand's executive director of marketing, Steven Sharp.
This week, a CEO confided in me: "It's weird how both 'advertising' and 'PR' have become limited, old-fashioned and dirty words." And to this we could add "direct" and "billings" - all terms that have dominated the pages of this title for decades.
Peter Bogdanovich tells a story, recently cited in The New Yorker, about receiving a phone call from Cary Grant. The actor chastises his protégé for banging on about his relationship with Cybill Shepherd.
Digital may be doing well, but it's not all good news for radio - the capital is witnessing a decline in reach. By Alasdair Reid.
Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO has won a pitch to create a campaign to boost sales of low-emission cars.
As exercises in cynical media manipulation go, the announcement that Channel 4 had organised a long-term tie-up with Cancer Research UK seemed to be among the most brazen.
The first agency I worked in, there were no computers. And now there are planning directors who don't remember a working life without iPhones.
It’s said that the average person is exposed to 30,000 marketing messages a day. To me that’s worrying news for us marketers – especially if it’s your job is to build marketing relationships with consumers.