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14 March 2014
Mother's Christmas ad for Boots was the most creative ad of those tested by the Radio Advertising Bureau in the second half of 2013.
Facebook has begun its move into attracting online video spend with the launch of its premium service in the US, with the UK set to follow.
Save the Children has launched an ad featuring Professor Stephen Hawking describing real Syrian children's experience of war.
The British Heart Foundation is launching a tear-jerking TV spot in a bid to get more people to leave money to the charity in their wills.
Wren Studio, the clothing brand, sits atop this week's viral chart with an awkwardly charming video that asks 20 strangers to kiss for the first time while being filmed.
Lastminute.com is launching a digital campaign to promote its Top Secret Hotels service.
AnalogFolk London has made two senior creative appointments, Tribal's Seth Jones and Dare's Steve Whittington, in the new roles of associate creative director.
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- International Women's Day: "my gender is irrelevant" says Lisa Thomas
- Omnicom Media Group buys Mobile5
- BBH launches sport division with Lawrence Dallaglio
- IPA's 2014 Women of Tomorrow competition winners revealed
- HSBC launches Hong Kong Rugby Sevens push