NZ Rugby and Vodafone NZ have unveiled a four-year sponsorship deal they say “will create world-class digital experiences for rugby fans inside and outside the stadium”.
NZME station The Hits has extended its remit to the art of saving lives – by shining a spotlight on songs that have 104 beats per minute, the same rhythm to remember if you ever have to perform CPR.
The Magazine Publishers Association has issued its call for entries for the 2017 Magazine Media Awards, which aim to celebrate innovation and success across all magazine media.
Colenso BBDO, JustONE, and MBM have created and coordinated a major new Fly Buys campaign, We Love to Give. The campaign’s main focus is a 60sec feelgood TVC, backed by the Supertramp classic Give a Little Bit.
TBWA\Auckland has orchestrated the Travel to Another Level app positioning of Auckland Airport’s digital rewards provider Strata Club.
Reporoa-based Fiber animal foods provider Fiber Fresh Feeds has appointed KingSt Tauranga as its first NZ creative agency – KingSt first task will be to assist with a brand development project.
The Weekend Herald was declared Canon Newspaper of the Year at the 2017 Canon Media Awards at the Langham Auckland on Friday. The Weekend Herald also won the Weekly Newspaper of the Year and Best Newspaper Front Page categories.
Spanish foodie magazine Tapas has immortalised the US President in one of the best cover spoofs since his election.
Kiwi journalist/author Karl du Fresne launched his new book at the Writers Festival in Auckland on Saturday, A Road Tour of American Song Titles, from Mendocino to Memphis – a homage to American placenames in song.
NZ missed out on the heavy metal at the New York Festivals Advertising Awards on Friday – but still took home a hefty haul of eight Silvers & seven Bronzes.
DDB has retained the creative account for BMW/Mini, following a competitive pitch process, according to a report in Tangible site Stop Press. The final stages of the pitch were contested between True, Colenso BBDO and DDB.
“At least it’s a judge-alone trial. A jury of 12 innocent men and women have been spared.” Herald writer Steve Braunias leaves his best line till the end of his Friday report on the excruciating Colin Craig vs Cameron Slater defamation trial.