Account handlers are smart, well-informed sounding boards for any creative idea, Paul Burke argues.
Radio will never lock you down...
D&AD no longer considers 'writing' its own category...
Advertising has always thrived on their talents...
Despite its protestations to the contrary, the top of the ad industry may have helped Boris Johnson land his majority.
Looking back on the historic advertising building...
Angell Sound, one of London's oldest audio post-production and music production studios, has gone into administration, and there's one trend heavily to blame.
A freelance creative responds to Madeleine Morris' piece on what to do if you're made redundant as an older creative.
Chris Evans' new breakfast show on Virgin Radio is poised to revive the primacy of the DJ. Paul Burke looks back on the most influential ones who came before him.
Here's the last instalment of the top sounds of advertising
Here's the fourth instalment of the top sounds of advertising
Here's the third instalment of the top sounds of advertising
As part of Campaign's 50th celebrations, Paul Burke presents the second instalment of the best 50 advertising jingles and sonic devices.
As part of Campaign's 50th celebrations, Paul Burke picks the first ten of the best 50 advertising jingles and sonic devices.
If you're going to embrace a more diverse cross-section of people, you also have to embrace a more diverse cross-section of opinions, says Paul Burke.
Following the recent outcry over the provenance of the new Guinness commercial, writer and ex-club DJ Paul Burke wonders whether it's time for the ad industry to follow the music industry's example and admit to doing cover versions.
The once desolate East London is now a hub for creatives and hipsters, which sprung from the seed planted by Michael Heseltine. Paul Burke investigates.
Outdoor ads used to be great. So what happened? Paul Burke investigates.
A number of suspects today appear before the court of public opinion charged with crimes against comedy. Who of those taking the stand are guilty of perverting the course of amusing advertising? Paul Burke gives his verdict.
Advertising didn't fail Hillary Clinton; Hillary Clinton failed advertising.