Alex Player won't be joining in Sainsbury's 'Speak out' challenge.
YouTube announces the top ten most-watched ads by women across the globe of all time and, perhaps surprisingly, Always' "#LikeAGirl" is not number one despite claiming two spots.
Campaign's roundup of 2017's best ads
As Christmas approaches, let's dust off some classics and see how many songs you recall from popular festive ads.
Christmas is a time to be humble, happy, thoughtful and reflective - all of which have been captured in this year's agency Christmas card round-up. Which is your favourite?
Twitter users and Toblerone lovers are up in arms after discovering that the chocolate brand has changed its iconic shape, and not for the better.
With less than a week until the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio kicks off, competition on YouTube is heating up.
Campaign's Alex Player rounds up the most innovative ads using interactive video, from a racing adventure to a dancing man in a tongue costume.
What are the secrets to success in marketing? We picked the brains of some of our favourite marketers from Thomas Cook, BBC Worldwide, Holland and Barrett and Unilever.
The most powerful gift a designer can give a brand is the gift of someone else's time. Being able to stop someone in their tracks with a powerful message is the gold standard that many strive for but few can achieve. We took a look at six brands that made us do more than a double take with their witty graphical campaigns.
Marketing's Alex Player highlights the most cunning examples of sneaking subliminal messages, imagery and allusions into mainstream marketing.
Coca-Cola, Apple and Colgate are all seemingly brands that know their audience, strengths and purpose. Despite each having strong histories in product development, even the most successful brands have had big product bombs.
Whether it's James Bond drinking beer or Philip Schofield not drinking coffee, it's all around you, you are bombarded by it all the time and yet often you do not even notice it. When done badly product placement, as Wayne's World so brilliantly satirised, can be catastrophic for brands and content producers.
The saying 'imitation is the sincerest form of flattery' rings true not just in the case of products and services, but the way in which they are presented to us. The ads of high-profile brands are ripe for parody - whether the motivation is satire, mockery or, in some cases, even homage.
We use these words everyday. But are they still brands? Or have they had their trademark revoked because of their generic use?
These might be some of the most memorable brand taglines in English but when they cross oceans, they mean something entirely different. We searched the depths of the internet to find the best, or worst.
Counting down the 10 most-recalled ads, in association with TNS and Ebiquity.
Marketing, with the help of social media experts Unruly, showcases three must-watch branded Vines featuring the best Spring seasonal Vines of 2015.
Marketing, with the help of social media experts Unruly, showcases three must-watch branded Vines featuring a merman, casino sauces and meat.
Marketing, with the help of social media experts Unruly, showcases three must-watch branded Vines featuring the Oscars, broken laptops and flashy phones.