As the world faces its gravest crisis since the second world war and the Great Depression, it is inevitable that our attention will focus on behaviour – of all sorts.
Since the Covid-19 pandemic affects just about everyone, will impact every corner and…
The Chip Shop Awards is the only creative celebration of advertising with no rules in the world, and is open to all levels of experience when it comes to creative practitioners.
The annual ceremony will once again feature categories such as Best Stunt…
Brands including Volkswagen, Kelloggs, Thomas Cook Marmite, Irn-Bru, Deezer, National Express, Covonia, Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, Greenpeace have all made the shorlist for The Drum Roses Awards 2020.
These awards strive to find the hidden gems in …
If the media transparency crisis of 2015 was not enough, the coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis of 2020 is bringing out the best and the worst in the media agencies. Just like in 2007 with the global recession, media agencies are bending over backwards to a…
Audi has created a film that it hopes will help people stuck indoors to get a sense of a trip out on the open road.
The four-hour-long film is designed to have a relaxing effect by taking Australians currently at home on lockdown, due to coronavirus, o…
Experiential agencies are aiming to not only adapt planned events to be digital but working on technology to make them more immersive or working to bring personalization to consumers’ front doors.
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During the wide-ranging talk, held virtually exclusively for Digiday+ members, former Comscore CEO Bryan Wiener explained which skills –decisiveness, focus and communication — will make any leader, regardless of how experienced, ready to adapt their companies and come out of the coronavirus pandemic stronger than ever.
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As the coronavirus-related lockdowns and social distancing rules continue around the globe, in-person commercial shoots have come to a standstill. Now advertisers are increasingly turning to production companies with computer-generated imagery, visual-effects and animation capabilities to add the finishing touches to campaigns already in progress and — in some cases — start discussions about creating […]
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With physical productions shut down, clip shows relying on licensed and archival footage have become prized programming.
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“Traditional rules and restrictions about getting processes underway are being put to one side.”
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Out-of-home media company, JCDecaux, is offering its media agency and advertiser partners access to the ADMA (Association of Data-driven Marketing and Advertising) WFH Marketing Masterclass with renowned marketing educator Mark Ritson.
Research: 85% of marketers say the type of video ad format is paramount to their ad strategy effectiveness
Marketers have long debated the ideal video ad format but often resort back to pre-roll. It’s a move that often rolls back viewability and crushes engagement rates. Download this new report to learn how marketers are using emerging video formats to put users first.
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Powerade hypes its new Power Water.
?The current global COVID-19 pandemic is resulting in unprecedented disruption to every aspect of our lives as marketing and brand professionals, from the ways we work, to how our organisations operate, and the way in which we acquire and engage custom…
After launching in the UK and then testing the market in North America, ITV and BBC-owned OTT platform BritBox headed to Australia in March 2020, the next largest English language market in the world.
It chose Australia because the market is similar to…
Agencies say clients hit the hardest by COVID-19 are asking to extend payment terms; some aren’t paying at all.
That amounts to about 28 percent of his wealth.
The demand-side platform, valued at more than $1 billion in 2018, was facing competition even before the coronavirus outbreak.