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Netflix and the Phoebe Waller-Bridge conundrum

Netflix and the Phoebe Waller-Bridge conundrum

With huge mergers taking place in Hollywood, what's the future for Netflix and how will it affect the long-term development

Welcome to the new era of crowdsourced creativity

Welcome to the new era of crowdsourced creativity

The Kissing Booth was one of Netflix's top shows. Does its success mark a new era for collective creativity?

BBC wins big at Broadcasting Guild Press Awards

BBC wins big at Broadcasting Guild Press Awards

Channel 4 scoops best comedy for Derry Girls while ITV goes home empty handed.

Movers and Shakers: Droga5, MediaCom, Netflix, Blis, Uber, Havas and more

Movers and Shakers: Droga5, MediaCom, Netflix, Blis, Uber, Havas and more

Welcome to Campaign's weekly round-up of the hires, departures and promotions across the industry.

Lords launch report into online threat to public service broadcasters

Lords launch report into online threat to public service broadcasters

Communications Committee will ask how serious the threat is from Netflix and Amazon, and whether PSBs are worth saving.

ASMR: KFC, Lynx, Netflix and the bizarre online trend you've probably never heard of

ASMR: KFC, Lynx, Netflix and the bizarre online trend you've probably never heard of

Pop your headphone in for these ASMR-inspired ads.

Netflix opens speakeasy experience

Netflix opens speakeasy experience

Activation for The Highwaymen takes place during SXSW.

Oscars 2019: the best brand moments

Oscars 2019: the best brand moments

Samsung, Google, Walmart and Budweiser were among those on the red carpet at the Oscars last night.

Binge on this: Campaign's A Listers name their favourite boxsets

Binge on this: Campaign's A Listers name their favourite boxsets

Just in time for the weekend.

Netflix: Does its 'keeper test' recruitment approach work?

Netflix: Does its 'keeper test' recruitment approach work?

A meritocratic process or creating a culture of fear?