Orianna Rosa Royle

News reporter and social media editor

Orianna is news reporter and social media editor at Campaign. Contact her at orianna.royle@haymarket.com or 020 8267 4641.

What do you do to support your staff's mental health?
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What do you do to support your staff's mental health?

It's not abnormal for companies to invest in ping-pong tables and discounted gym memberships, but is time and money spent on creating a culture that supports employers' mental health?

Campaign Female Frontier Awards 2020: judges confirmed as deadline nears
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Campaign Female Frontier Awards 2020: judges confirmed as deadline nears

Applications must be received by 10 October for the awards, which recognise groundbreaking women in Britain.

Campaign Female Frontier Awards 2020: entries open
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Campaign Female Frontier Awards 2020: entries open

Awards aim to recognise groundbreaking women in Britain.

100 years of British Airways (sort of): eight classic ads from the pioneering airline
Turkey of the Week: Home Office's chicken boxes ignore the root causes
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Turkey of the Week: Home Office's chicken boxes ignore the root causes

Interrupting meal times with racially insensitive #Knifefree chicken boxes is patronising.

Home Office knife crime campaign branded 'out of touch'
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Home Office knife crime campaign branded 'out of touch'

Chicken shop boxes include real-life stories about people who have chosen not to carry knives.

Ten of the worst ever football ads (and one that's strangely brilliant)
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Ten of the worst ever football ads (and one that's strangely brilliant)

Should footballers stick to the day job? After watching these, you'll be nodding yes.

Paddy Power enters the world of publishing with Pitch Invader
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Paddy Power enters the world of publishing with Pitch Invader

The one-off print title will feature varied regional front covers.

Pick of the Week: Boob champs encourage us all to cop a feel
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Pick of the Week: Boob champs encourage us all to cop a feel

Because inclusivity isn't optional, it's life-saving.

Why P&G is rebranding Fairy as Fair
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Why P&G is rebranding Fairy as Fair

New research reveals one in four British parents believes it is fair to treat people differently because of their sexuality.

American Express, Jaguar Land Rover and WaterAid celebrate Wimbledon 2019
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American Express, Jaguar Land Rover and WaterAid celebrate Wimbledon 2019

Campaign serves up the best Championships-focused brand activity.

Turkey of the Week: Kapten, date rape is no laughing matter
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Turkey of the Week: Kapten, date rape is no laughing matter

'Get me out of here' rings true for too many women to be the subject of a joke.

Adam & Eve/DDB, MediaCom and Mother among teams to Stand Up To Cancer
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Adam & Eve/DDB, MediaCom and Mother among teams to Stand Up To Cancer

Campaign Sprintathon, which promises to find fastest in adland, is just a month away.

'Play that fat c*nt's music': Big Narstie joins Luc Belaire campaign
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'Play that fat c*nt's music': Big Narstie joins Luc Belaire campaign

British rapper reveals to Luc Belaire CEO how he used social media to connect with audience.

Twitter, Nike, Three and more pitch in on Women's World Cup
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Twitter, Nike, Three and more pitch in on Women's World Cup

A round-up of the best brand activity around the tournament in France.

Will the new ASA rules be effective in combating gender stereotypes?
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Will the new ASA rules be effective in combating gender stereotypes?

The Committees of Advertising Practice's ban on damaging gender stereotyping is now in place. But is it enough to help a societal shift in gender portrayal?

The best and worst of Pride brand activity: Hilton, Levi's, SodaStream and more
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The best and worst of Pride brand activity: Hilton, Levi's, SodaStream and more

From embracing 'chosen family' to slapping a rainbow on a product, Campaign takes a look at how brands are celebrating Pride.

Turkey of the Week: NatWest's patronising ad is an ineffective way to connect with women
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Turkey of the Week: NatWest's patronising ad is an ineffective way to connect with women

There's a difference between financial feminism and mansplaining.

Nike's hijab-wearing model calls on brands to better represent Muslim women
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Nike's hijab-wearing model calls on brands to better represent Muslim women

More brands need to come on board, Manal Rostom said.

Best Game of Thrones ads of all time
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Best Game of Thrones ads of all time

The most memorable brand activity...