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An image of a football match taking place at night, with the words 'Nationwide Building Society sponsors coverage of England football on 4'

'Mutual respect': Channel 4 signs Nationwide as England Nations League sponsor

The public service channel won rights to England games last month, meaning they will be free to view for UK

Finton talks about football and respect in a Nationwide spot

Media spotlight: Nationwide tackles racism in football following Euros final

In the latest instalment of the series, Wavemaker talks about its partnership with Nationwide to tackle racism head-on following the

A group of kids stand together in a school hall, laughing and joking

Nationwide Building Society launches anti-bullying drive

Work marks Nationwide's three-year anniversary working with The Diana Award.

eBay: wants consumers to 'reduce, reuse, repair and recycle'

ITV teams up with eBay, Nationwide and more for Climate Action Week

Advertisers will feature as part of the broadcaster's week of dedicated climate action programming.

Review findings: diverse advertising unites audiences

‘Big uplift’ in performance when black people see themselves represented in ads

Research is part of ITV-backed Feeling Seen report series.

Nationwide: ad-funded programme goes live tonight (18 October)

Nationwide teams up with ITV to help customers decarbonise their homes

Nearly 30 million homes need “green-ifying” to efficiently cut down on carbon emissions.

Wavemaker wins Thinkbox TV Planning Awards Grand Prix for Nationwide

OMD UK is inaugural TV Planning Agency of the Year

ITV's Loose Women and Nationwide partner for anti-bullying campaign

Two 30-second spots are launching today.

C4 partners Virgin Media, Uber, NHS and others for Black History Month spot

Film features black employees from the brands.

C4 and Nationwide reunite for ad break highlighting abuse of customer-facing staff

Film produced by The Outfit features real staff members from Nationwide, Co-op and Network Rail, overlaid with recordings of abuse