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Media Week 30 Under 30 entry deadline extended until 25 May
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Media Week 30 Under 30 entry deadline extended until 25 May

The deadline for entries for the Media Week 30 Under 30 2018 has been extended to 25 May and the first judges have been announced.

Nicholas Coleridge wins Outstanding Contribution to British Media
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Nicholas Coleridge wins Outstanding Contribution to British Media

Nicholas Coleridge, the chairman of Condé Nast Britain, has won the award for Outstanding Contribution to British Media at the British Media Awards powered by Campaign.

Pitch update: Kenco, Sofology, Red Bull, Experian, and more...
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Pitch update: Kenco, Sofology, Red Bull, Experian, and more...

Kenco and Sofology are progressing their ad agency reviews, Manning Gottlieb OMD is set to win the Government's £140m media-buying account, and Leo Burnett takes the lead in the new-business rankings for creative agencies.

Campaign Diary: If you name's not down, you're not coming in (to the Wunderman crapper)
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Campaign Diary: If you name's not down, you're not coming in (to the Wunderman crapper)

Wunderman jazzes up its traps; Aldi print ad in 'homage'; and do you think you work for the fittest agency in town? Find out and maybe win a trip Rwanda.

Why Channel 4's 'celebration of ability beyond disability' changed attitudes
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Why Channel 4's 'celebration of ability beyond disability' changed attitudes

Channel 4 won the Cultural Shift category at Campaign's 2017 Marketing New Thinking Awards by celebrating diversity with its Rio Paralympics campaign "We're the superhumans", which built on its "Meet the superhumans" London 2012 work.

Dennis Publishing, Radio Times and i take top prizes at British Media Awards 2018
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Dennis Publishing, Radio Times and i take top prizes at British Media Awards 2018

Dennis Publishing was crowned media company of the year, Radio Times was named media brand of the year and i newspaper won commercial team of the year at the British Media Awards 2018.

Movers and shakers: easyJet, Mars, Exterion, Havas Media, Vice, Grey, Dentsu Aegis and more
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Movers and shakers: easyJet, Mars, Exterion, Havas Media, Vice, Grey, Dentsu Aegis and more

Welcome to Campaign's weekly round-up of the hires, departures and promotions across the industry.

How Nationwide created its most successful ever social campaign
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How Nationwide created its most successful ever social campaign

Nationwide, alongside VCCP and MEC, won the Social Storytelling category at Campaign's 2017 Marketing New Thinking Awards, in association with Sky Media, by creating a real-time conversation around Mother's Day with an added dash of poetry.

Campaign Newscast: magazine sector in buoyant mood at the PPA Festival
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Campaign Newscast: magazine sector in buoyant mood at the PPA Festival

The Campaign newscast goes to the PPA Festival where Magnetic's Sue Todd and Enders Analysis' Douglas McCabe joined global editor-in-chief Claire Beale and head of media Gideon Spanier.

Pitch update: Butlin's, Mercedes-Benz, GSK, BP, and more
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Pitch update: Butlin's, Mercedes-Benz, GSK, BP, and more

The Butlin's creative account review has moved to chemistry stage, while GSK and Godiva have launched global reviews. Elsewhere, WPP and Dentsu have retained big global accounts.

Campaign Diary: hot grumpy MPs, Nils Leonard's furry friends and rude restaurants
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Campaign Diary: hot grumpy MPs, Nils Leonard's furry friends and rude restaurants

The Advertising Association's chief faced some snark in Parliament, while Uncommon's Nils Leonard went back to basics in his attempts to find new staff.

How the world's first Twitter bot helped London's commuters on the go
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How the world's first Twitter bot helped London's commuters on the go

In 2015, the Twitter platform changed, with tweets no longer appearing in chronological order. This presented a problem for Transport for London (TfL) - its approach of providing real-time, minute-by-minute information no longer worked.

Movers and shakers: Publicis, Harrods, iCrossing, Weetabix, MCI and more
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Movers and shakers: Publicis, Harrods, iCrossing, Weetabix, MCI and more

Welcome to Campaign's weekly round-up of the hires, departures and promotions across the industry.

Why Hostelworld built an app to get travellers speaking each others' languages
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Why Hostelworld built an app to get travellers speaking each others' languages

Hostelworld won the Power of Partnership category at Campaign's 2017 Marketing New Thinking Awards, held in association with Sky Media, by linking up with Google to give people the ability to communicate in languages other than their own

Absolut marketer Stephen Brown to speak at Campaign Brand Forum
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Absolut marketer Stephen Brown to speak at Campaign Brand Forum

The Absolut Company global marketing manager Stephen Brown has joined the growing lineup of speakers at next month's Campaign Brand Forum.

How brands are hoping to score for this year's World Cup
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How brands are hoping to score for this year's World Cup

With just a few weeks to go until the planet's biggest sporting competition begins, Campaign looks into what brands are doing to align themselves with the Fifa World Cup football extravaganza in Russia. We'll add new work to this article as we get it in the run-up to the big kick-off on 14 June.

Why Wieden & Kennedy's DeCourcy and Hoffman are creative heroes
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Why Wieden & Kennedy's DeCourcy and Hoffman are creative heroes

Wieden & Kennedy's staff pay tribute to D&AD President's Award winners Colleen DeCourcy and Susan Hoffman.

Pitch update: Moneysupermarket.com, Sofology, Audi, Asda, ITV and more
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Pitch update: Moneysupermarket.com, Sofology, Audi, Asda, ITV and more

A final pitch date has been set for the Moneysupermarket.com ad account, while Brothers & Sisters and Republic of Media join the new-business rankings for creative and media respectively.

Campaign Diary: Toys R Us Geoffrey avoids the brand graveyard; campaign idea sought for Prince Charles
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Campaign Diary: Toys R Us Geoffrey avoids the brand graveyard; campaign idea sought for Prince Charles

The History of Advertising Trust rides to the rescue of the Toys R Us brand icon, while an ex-J Walter Thompson staffer seeks to defend the rightful heir to the throne from Stuart Pretender (in a fictional book).

Campaign School Reports: meet the agencies that scored a 9
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Campaign School Reports: meet the agencies that scored a 9

Five agencies were rated "excellent" in the Campaign School Reports. Find out how they did it.