Kate Magee

Associate editor

Kate is associate editor at Campaign. Contact her at kate.magee@haymarket.com or 020 8267 4252. 

Urgent need for better pitch practice to protect agency staff's mental health

Urgent need for better pitch practice to protect agency staff's mental health

Agencies' poor practice on pitching is causing unnecessary pressure for staff, finds new survey

Pick of the Week: Replens MD’s portrayal of older people is refreshing

Pick of the Week: Replens MD’s portrayal of older people is refreshing

The campaign has won TfL’s third Diversity in Advertising competition.

Meet the junior creatives who set up a cryptocurrency just to get crits

Meet the junior creatives who set up a cryptocurrency just to get crits

Tom & Patch launched their own cryptocurrency Critcoin to get crits from creative directors.

Why advertising should be more Mrs Brown's Boys and less Fleabag

Why advertising should be more Mrs Brown's Boys and less Fleabag

Has advertising become too knowing for its own – and consumers’ – good? Planner Paul Feldwick suggests that adland needs to forget about high art and aim for a more popular appeal.

Deep dive: Why planners are breaking free from agency chains

Deep dive: Why planners are breaking free from agency chains

Ex-AMV stalwarts Craig Mawdsley and Bridget Angear’s start-up is the latest in a string of consultancies set up by former planners. For many, it reflects a growing dissatisfaction at the role they often play at bigger agencies.

IWD 2021: Senior creatives nominate their women to watch

IWD 2021: Senior creatives nominate their women to watch

Which up-and-coming women creatives do the likes of Ana Balarin and Vicki Maguire admire?

Agency pins hopes on bullish crypto market as it starts accepting Bitcoin

Agency pins hopes on bullish crypto market as it starts accepting Bitcoin

Cryptocurrency's recovery sparks revival of payment trend.

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week

'The boob life' is one of a series of new ads showing the realities of the postpartum period.

Tommee Tippee launches 'battle cry' for mothers to feed infants their way

Tommee Tippee launches 'battle cry' for mothers to feed infants their way

'The boob life' aims to demystify infant feeding with an honest approach.

Is Brexit the devil the liberal creative industry thought?

Is Brexit the devil the liberal creative industry thought?

Now that the Brexit deal has been concluded, opinion is divided on the effect it will have on the UK ad industry and its relationships not only with the EU but also the rest of the world

Deep dive: Are creative shops on borrowed time?

Deep dive: Are creative shops on borrowed time?

As WPP recently revealed that all its creative agencies had returned negative growth in the five years to 2019, what does the future hold for this traditional agency model?

Deep dive: 10 ways agencies can help their staff with home-schooling

Deep dive: 10 ways agencies can help their staff with home-schooling

As many working parents are navigating an impossible juggling act, agencies are stepping up to help.

Will the government’s new emotive Covid ad make people obey the rules?

Will the government’s new emotive Covid ad make people obey the rules?

Is a 'watching eyes' approach going to encourage people to do the right thing?

7 things the industry must change to remain future fit, according to its rising stars

7 things the industry must change to remain future fit, according to its rising stars

It’s no secret that adland has come under pressure of late. So what should the industry be doing to remain future fit? Campaign asked the industry’s future leaders from our Faces to Watch 2020 what they think the industry should change to remain a relevant, powerful force.

Five ways the ad industry can be a better place to work, according to its rising stars

Five ways the ad industry can be a better place to work, according to its rising stars

Campaign's Faces to Watch 2020 give their advice on how the industry can continue to be an attractive destination for creative talent.

Could a lottery help to end the Covid-19 pandemic?

Could a lottery help to end the Covid-19 pandemic?

Ending the pandemic relies on the public to follow social-distancing measures and getting the vaccine. How can behavioural science help?

Pick of the Week: McDonald’s tells heartwarming tale of teen embracing his inner child

Pick of the Week: McDonald’s tells heartwarming tale of teen embracing his inner child

The animated spot is a moving take on the complicated emotions of teenagers.

How do you convince the nation to take the Covid-19 vaccine?

How do you convince the nation to take the Covid-19 vaccine?

Ensuring the public trusts the medicine is key to ending the global pandemic. What insight does the advertising industry have to win public confidence?

Review of 2020: The ups and downs of WFH

Review of 2020: The ups and downs of WFH

As part of Campaign's 'Not Normal' series of essays about 2020, we look at how the benefits – and perils – of working from home became clear during lockdown, not least when it came to the now ubiquitous video call.

Charlie Mackesy: 'Asking for help is the most courageous thing you can do'

Charlie Mackesy: 'Asking for help is the most courageous thing you can do'

Artist, illustrator and author Charlie Mackesy’s heartwarming book 'The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse', was one of the best-selling books during lockdown. Campaign meets him to discuss his journey to success, the importance of kindness and his work on the recent Every Mind Matters ad.