Diary: Read it and weep

As you'll know, most of Campaign's competition in the UK trade press arena has either bitten the big one or faded into obscurity - and, we must admit, it can get a little lonely at the top.

Diary: Read it and weep

So Diary was pleased to chance upon a publication we're sure the suit in you would enjoy: Account Man Monthly. It boasts editorial gems such as "I used to be a copywriter and it's easy" and "Why the logo can always be bigger". If only it was on the newsstands. In fact, it's one of several dull-as-ditchwater slipcovers devised for the Lurzer's Archive, a title that claims to be the most-stolen magazine in the world. Leo Burnett had the idea of hiding the mag in the covers to make it less desirable to potential thieves. If you're stuck, popping it inside a copy of Data IQ should also do the trick.


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