Corrections and clarifications

In an article in last week’s Campaign on the BBC’s latest licensing campaign, created by TBWA GGT Simons Palmer, we stated that the ads would run on the BBC. The ads will, in fact, run on commercial televison with a pounds 7.5 million spend.

In an article in last week’s Campaign on the BBC’s latest licensing

campaign, created by TBWA GGT Simons Palmer, we stated that the ads

would run on the BBC. The ads will, in fact, run on commercial televison

with a pounds 7.5 million spend.



In a separate story, we stated that Bacardi-Martini part-owned the

Gonzalez Byass company. We are happy to make clear that this is not the

case and that the UK distributor of Gonzalez Byass is First Drinks

Brands.



The feature on page 24 of the 16 October issue reported that ’Warman &

Bannister was a victim of the Docklands bomb in February 1996 which

forced the company out of its offices, leading to a loss of income,

although it did receive compensation from its insurers.’ Warman &

Bannister has asked us to point out that the resultant compensation was

not reflected in the table entitled ’Bottom ten by operating profit’. If

it had been included, the results would have improved by pounds

1,079,970.



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