FCB NZ is declining to put a number on the redundancies suffered under the catastrophic loss of VW to DDB and Paper Plus to Contagion. The rumour machine reckons 27 people have been laid off.
Six mates, 46 years since they’d last seen each other, one incredible reunion: The new campaign tells the story of six friends who formed a band called Tramp back in the seventies, split up, and remained apart for two and a half decades.
Again, Silvers and Bronzes galore overnight – but not a hint of yellow for New Zealand agencies or advertisers at the Cannes Lions overnight.
CANNES, June 22: The only global creative prize judged by journalists kicked off its 32nd season with a new advertising campaign, new prizes and a highly respected jury president.
LONDON, June 21: NZ agencies FCB and 99 played key roles in helping New World to its Gold at the latest Loyalty Magazine Awards in the UK.
M+AD’s done a quick scan of the latest Nielsen Q1 2018 Newspaper & Magazine readership toplines, and are pleased to report an overview (with several unavoidable omissions).
21 June 2018 – The New Zealand Herald has seen some impressive growth according to the latest Nielsen survey released today. NSPR’s Kate Barron analysed the data on your behalf, and advises that the average issue readership is sitting at 459,000 a day, up 8% from this time last year.
Following the launch of Adshel Live Unbundled, Adshel says it continues to drive the next evolution in digital out-of-home by introducing Reach Builder, a new campaign delivery method offering advertiser’s even greater audience reach across the entire Adshel Live network of 250+ screens.
No Golds on Day 4 in Cannes yesterday, when all the Kiwi kudos belonged to DDB, Y&R and Colenso BBDO – DDB scored Silver and four Bronzes, and Y&R and Colenso both picked up a Bronze.
Shortland Street’s golden run continues with major international marketing awards recognition for TVNZ 2’s primetime mainstay – an innovative and immersive virtual reality campaign to promote the show’s 25th anniversary was a winner at the Annual PromaxBDA Global Excellence Awards in New York last week.
Alexander PR’s Content Place division recently published a series of podcast conversations, called High Altitude, about big business in New Zealand from the perspective of the decision-makers, the risk-takers and the money-makers.
The Phantom Billstickers e-newsletter Phan Mail is created so sharply and on-topic, that we at M+AD can seldom resist “borrowing” great slabs of it. Here’s a recent illuminating Q&A with a client …