Auckland, Today: IABNZ announced that it will partner with ad:tech Auckland – NZ’s largest advertising, marketing media technology event – for the fifth year running.
The 2018 shortlist for Australia’s The Australasian News Media Awards are dominated, unsurprisingly, by Fairfax Media Australia and New Corp Australia, but with a good sprinkling of Kiwis (mainly Stuff and NZME).
Bayleys Real Estate has launched a campaign that aims to celebrate the company’s reputation for teamwork and collaboration.
Auckland, Today: Exponential Interactive, a digital advertising company reaching more than 700 million users monthly, has released a new video advertising solution that can be held accountable to performance metrics as measured by multi-touch, last-view or other performance attribution models.
Australian-based world-leading livestreaming & bidding real estate auction platform Gavl has partnered with Three’s The Block NZ.
Commercials director Jeff Wood has returned home to New Zealand from a successful stint in London to join the Fish & Clips roster.
Three short films made by Auckland’s Media Design School students are shortlisted for awards at the Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival, to be held in San Diego from tomorrow (Thursday 19-Monday 23 July).
WELLINGTON, Tuesday: The New Zealand Advertising Standards Authority has today launched its new AdHelp Information Service.
Stuff has announced the appointment of Josh Borthwick as commercial director – agency and direct. In this role, Borthwick will lead, develop and direct the national advertiser and agency sales teams, as well as the local direct sales teams.
Adshel NZ expanded its Adshel Live network to include the city of Tauranga as a new region. The company plans to deploy 15 digital panels into the region in 2018, and has made good progress with 10 enlivened to date.
Carat NZ has appointed OMD’s Jonathan Sorensen to the role of group business director on some of the agency’s highest profile accounts, including ASB Bank and DB Breweries.
After four months of animation, 1100 hours of set construction and enough rehearsals to wear out a few pairs of big red shoes, DDB is guiding McDonald’s new The Ronald Show – The Hamburglar Hunt on its current tour of New Zealand.