CampaignLive continues to guarantee subscribers are first to hear
about the industry’s breaking news. Here are some of the stories that
appeared first on Campaign’s Website:
- Wednesday11.55 Reshuffle at Euro RSCG Wnek Gosper
- Tuesday 14.08 Talking Pages appoints Partners BDDH to pounds 3 million
- Tuesday 13.55 (updated 16.30) Camelot confirms account review
- Tuesday 13.53 The Guardian parts company with Leagas Delaney
- Tuesday 13.53 Omnicom merges TBWA International and BDDP Worldwide
- Monday 15.30 CHBi sells to US new-media outfit
Everybody loves a pig?
Apparently so. Colman’s won Favourite Ad this week.
1. Colman’s (J. Walter Thompson) 53%
2. World Cup 2006 (Saatchi & Saatchi) 29%
3. TV Licence (GGT) 12%
4. Uvistat (Duckworth Finn Grubb Waters) 6%
5. Barclays (Banks Hoggins O’Shea) 0%
In the Swingometer this week, the National Magazine Company’s plans to
launch Zest for Men got the thumbs-down. Sixty-seven per cent did not
believe a men’s title could be successfully spun off a women’s
It appears the advertising industry is prepared to man the barricades of
tobacco advertising. Sixty-two per cent said the industry should not
give up the fight for tobacco ads after the European Parliament voted
through the ban last week.
Finally, Wrigley’s and Birds Eye Beef Burgers have become the latest
advertisers to look to the 70s for ideas. But 67 per cent said the
decade that fashion forgot should be left to rest.
The Fence CampaignLive’s discussion forum is free to access for a
further two weeks.
Private View Ogilvy & Mather’s Patrick Collister reviews the latest
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