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02 October 2014

  • 10:54AM
  • News
DDB's Keith Reinhard outlines the future of advertising

DDB's Keith Reinhard outlines the future of advertising

NEW YORK - The future of advertising will feature the reintegration of media and creative functions, according to Keith Reinhard, co-founder of Omnicom and chairman emeritus of DDB Worldwide, because the "when and where" now influences the "how and why".

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  • 10:38AM
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Kantar launches official Twitter TV Ratings in the UK

Kantar launches official Twitter TV Ratings in the UK

Kantar Media has unveiled the UK's official Twitter metric for measuring Twitter TV audience engagement.

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  • 10:05AM
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American agencies are the most resistant to change says Dentsu Aegis' Nigel Morris

American agencies are the most resistant to change says Dentsu Aegis' Nigel Morris

NEW YORK - American agencies are scared to innovate their businesses in case it goes wrong, Nigel Morris, the EMEA and Americas chief executive of Dentsu Aegis Network, told delegates at Advertising Week here.

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  • 09:36AM
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Mathematics + creative + media = agency's magic formula

Mathematics + creative + media = agency's magic formula

NEW YORK - The collaboration between creative, media and mathematics "creates magic" within an agency environment, said Yannick Bolloré, the global chairman and chief executive of Havas, at Advertising Week.

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  • 09:10AM
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Cheap online ads are like having 'unprotected sex'

Cheap online ads are like having 'unprotected sex'

NEW YORK - Buying cheap online ad inventory is like having "unprotected sex," according to John Montgomery, the chief operating officer of Group M in North America, speaking at Advertising Week.

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  • 08:00AM
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Open University calls mandatory agency review

Open University calls mandatory agency review

The Open University is conducting a mandatory review of all its advertising and media agencies.

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  • 08:00AM
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Grey London wins contest for Orangina UK advertising brief

Grey London wins contest for Orangina UK advertising brief

Orangina, the French soft-drink brand, has appointed Grey London as it prepares for a major marketing push in the UK.

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  • 08:00AM
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ZenithOptimedia and VivaKi capture Nestlé

ZenithOptimedia and VivaKi capture Nestlé

Nestlé is set to part ways with Mindshare after ten years and appoint VivaKi and ZenithOptimedia to its £60 million UK media business.

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  • 08:00AM
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Superdrug kicks off creative pitch

Superdrug kicks off creative pitch

Superdrug is reviewing its UK advertising account.

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  • 08:00AM
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Harrisson quits M&C to lead Anomaly

Harrisson quits M&C to lead Anomaly

M&C Saatchi's chief executive, Camilla Harrisson, is leaving to lead Anomaly London, with a brief to make it a serious force in the capital.

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  • 08:00AM
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CP&B closes in on Mini launch brief

CP&B closes in on Mini launch brief

Mini, the car brand owned by BMW, is set to appoint Crispin Porter & Bogusky London to work on a global campaign to support a new model launch.

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  • 08:00AM
  • Opinion
Could this be the final roll of the dice for Anomaly?

Could this be the final roll of the dice for Anomaly?

Carl Johnson's intense frustration at the lack of traction at Anomaly London is palpable in his searingly honest quotes on the front page of this magazine.

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  • 08:00AM
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Saatchi & Saatchi hires senior duo

Saatchi & Saatchi hires senior duo

Saatchi & Saatchi London has hired Adam Collins, the former brand communications director at Nike UK, and Mother's Will Nicholls as managing partners.

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  • Opinion
HiPPO versus HiPo; or why hierarchy can be bad for performance

HiPPO versus HiPo; or why hierarchy can be bad for performance

A knock at the door of a hotel in Amsterdam. Mick Jagger opens the door and – bam! – Charlie Watts punches him in the face.

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  • 08:00AM
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Albion appoints Lawrenson in creative reshuffle

Albion appoints Lawrenson in creative reshuffle

Albion London has restructured its creative department and hired the creative director on D-Day: As It Happens, which won a Bafta this year.

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  • 08:00AM
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Diary: DDB's class of '74 had one secret weapon

Diary: DDB's class of '74 had one secret weapon

Cast your minds back to 6 April 1974. Can't remember?

  • 08:00AM
  • News Analysis
IPA's new initiative to highlight media value

IPA's new initiative to highlight media value

Business leaders recognise that they're not yet doing enough to target connected consumers. Arif Durrani investigates.

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  • 08:00AM
  • Opinion
Twitter's popularity says as much about TV as it does about social media

Twitter's popularity says as much about TV as it does about social media

Did you know that the main ITV channel generates more Tweets per month than BBC One and BBC Two combined? It's an intriguing finding that has stayed with me since it was shared at ITV's Upfronts event.

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  • 08:00AM
  • League Tables
Media business rankings

Media business rankings

3 October: MediaCom, Goodstuff Communications, Vizeum, Havas Media and Maxus all add one account each to their billings.

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  • 08:00AM
  • League Tables
Creative business rankings

Creative business rankings

3 October 2014: Adam & Eve/DDB wins Haig Club, while Isobel lands Mecca Bingo.

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  • 08:00AM
  • Feature
What creative entrepreneurs can learn from Sir Terence Conran

What creative entrepreneurs can learn from Sir Terence Conran

The designer, retailer and restaurateur Sir Terence Conran embodies the spirit of the 'creative entrepreneur' like no other, and all agency leaders would do well to learn from him, Johnny Hornby says.

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  • 08:00AM
  • News Analysis
Has Google become too powerful?

Has Google become too powerful?

The search giant is working to ease some of the EC's competition concerns, but rivals are unsatisfied. By David Benady.

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  • 08:00AM
  • News Analysis
Founder's spirit will live on at Dennis, Tye insists

Founder's spirit will live on at Dennis, Tye insists

The publisher is continuing to grow the business - as well as trees - just as the late Felix Dennis would have wanted, its chief executive tells David Benady.

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  • 08:00AM
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Jamie Oliver empire courts brands for content tie-ups

Jamie Oliver empire courts brands for content tie-ups

Brands are in talks about long-term partnerships with the chef's assets, such as his YouTube channels.

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  • 08:00AM
  • Opinion
Sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll: welcome to the dark net

Sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll: welcome to the dark net

It seems Jeremy Lee has - perhaps unwittingly - handed me the pen this week, so I've seized the opportunity to scrawl a few thoughts on that online underworld, the dark net.

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  • 08:00AM
  • News Analysis
The beauty behind the bloodbath

The beauty behind the bloodbath

No shortage of blood, sweat and tears went into JWT London's new campaign for Canon, Russell Ramsey writes.

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  • 08:00AM
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The new Engine driver

The new Engine driver

Lake Capital's acquisition of Engine is no get-rich-quick scheme, according to Terry Graunke, whose marketing pedigree appears to set him apart from the average corporate raider. By John Tylee.

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  • 08:00AM
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Ledwidge spearheads crusade for creativity

Ledwidge spearheads crusade for creativity

The director Ringan Ledwidge and Now's creative director, Steve Paskin, tell Kate Magee about the fight for great work.

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