Author's Profile

Maisie McCabe profile

Maisie McCabe

Senior Reporter

Maisie has been with Brand Republic Group since August 2008 and covers TV, radio, outdoor, cinema and regional media.
Maisie on Twitter: @MaisieMcCabe 

Relevant experience: Work experience placements at The Guardian, The Independent on Sunday, Third Sector, Dazed and Confused, Olive and The Stool Pigeon in addition to freelancing for Time Out, NewStatesman.com and Dazed Digital. Maisie completed her postgraduate journalism diploma at City University in summer 2008.

Favourite ad: The Flat Eric ad for Levi’s Sta-Prest

Favourite track: It’s between Sister Nancy ‘Bam Bam’ and New Order ‘True Faith’.

One thing not a lot of people know about me: I’m a pretty open book…

If I wasn’t slaving away at Haymarket I’d be...? Researching seventeenth century political thought.

 

Latest Articles From This Author

PZ Cussons hires Iris to global creative

- PZ Cussons has appointed Iris to the international account for its global personal care brands Imperial Leather, Original Source and Carex.

Bedwood exits M&C Saatchi to establish health business

- Dave Bedwood, a creative director at M&C Saatchi, is leaving the agency.

Generation K wants to make you rich for being good

-

Dave Bedwood to leave M&C Saatchi

- Dave Bedwood, a creative director at M&C Saatchi, is to leave the agency in June.

UKTV reports record revenues for 2014

- UKTV has reported revenues of £283 million, up 1.8 per cent year on year and a record for the broadcaster.

OneDog founder Pip Hatton dies aged 44

- Pip Hatton, the founder and chief executive of the creative recruitment agency OneDog, died at the end of April, aged 44.

John Smith's launches first ad by Adam & Eve/DDB

- John Smith's, the Heineken bitter brand, is kicking off a major new positioning this weekend, its first work since appointing Adam & Eve/DDB last year.

ITV revenue climbs 14% to £665m in Q1

- ITV has reported revenue of £665 million in the first three months of 2015, up 13.6 per cent year on year.

A&E/DDB's Murphy named AA chairman

- The Advertising Association has appointed James Murphy, the co-founder and chief executive of Adam & Eve/DDB, as its new chairman, replacing Cilla Snowball.

It's M&C Saatchi's 'pocket Miliband' ad wot won it

-

Waitrose appoints Adam & Eve/DDB to £25m ad business

- Waitrose has appointed Adam & Eve/DDB to its £25 million advertising account following a competitive pitch.

Verizon buys AOL for $4.4bn

- Verizon Communications, the US telecoms giant, has agreed to buy AOL in a deal expected to be worth $4.4 billion (£2.8 billion).

Thetrainline.com extends agency review to media

- Thetrainline.com, the online train tickets retailer, has expanded its agency review process to include media, which is held by Vizeum.

Starcom MediaVest hires Marcus Brown to lead EMEA new business

- Starcom MediaVest Group has appointed Marcus Brown, a former executive vice-president at Y&R, in the new role of global growth officer, EMEA.

Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson party in spoof EE film

- EE has released an online film that imagines how David Cameron, Nigel Farage, Nicola Sturgeon and Ed Miliband might have relaxed after the seven-strong leaders' debate.

The Black Farmer kicks off search for creative partner

- The Black Farmer, the food brand owned by the former Conservative parliamentary candidate Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones, is looking for an advertising agency.

It's good to see more brands going down the Tube

- It is fitting that there has been lots of discussion about what sort of ads we want to see on the way to work over the past few weeks.

UKIP forced to abort national poster campaign

- UKIP has turned to advertising in newspapers and on local paper websites in the run up to tomorrow's election, after having to abort plans for a national poster campaign.

Jobs at risk at Weve as O2 buys out Vodafone and EE

- O2 has bought out its partners in Weve and is set to integrate the sales operation into its existing media business.

TfL kicks off pitch for London Underground outdoor ad contract

- Transport for London has begun the review process for its outdoor advertising contract, one of the biggest of its kind in the world.


Additional Information

Campaign Jobs