AUCKLAND, Today (Review by Scott Pryor): The behemoth rocket ship that is BOTAB blasted off last night at Galetos in Auckland as agencies put on a spectacle lauded as “the best yet” by Radio Hauraki’s Matt Heath.
AUCKLAND, Today: MediaWorks has this morning announced that it intends to sell MediaWorks TV as well as its Flower St property which includes its television head office and studios.
AUCKLAND, Thursday: Stanley St CCO Regan Grafton has confirmed that the unexpected resignations of ECDs Lisa Fedyszyn & Jonathan McMahon came amidst expressions of mutual goodwill.
AUCKLAND, Thursday: Herne Bay-based digital agency Camistry has created a new tvc to support the launch of Carpet Court’s new Rhino EverCore hard flooring, and a new look for its Rhino brand which also has carpet and underlay in its range.
AUCKLAND, Thursday: The Out-of-Home Media Association of New Zealand (Omanz) reported today the continued growth of the sector with net media revenue in the July-September 2019 period increasing by 22% year on year.
AUCKLAND, Today: An innovative campaign for T&G Global’s Orchard Rd fruit brand created by Parnell-based agency Lachlan McPherson & Friends with Seed Advertising Auckland has been named national winner for Small Budget Marketing at the 2019 Australian Marketing Institute Awards.
AUCKLAND, Today: Stanley St has brought back the Share a Coke campaign with a new range of names available on pre-printed bottles, reflecting (says PR agency Campbell+Co) “New Zealand as it is today”.
AUCKLAND, Today: 99’s The Signoffs’ are back with MkII and a heavily revised line up as they prepare to defend their 2018 BOTAB win.
AUCKLAND, Today: Patient advocacy group Hep C Action Aotearoa created a street poster campaign to let people know about hepatitis C and its amazing new cure, Maviret. One of the many whose lives were literally saved by this campaign, contacted Hep C Action’s Hazel Heal.
AUCKLAND, Monday: Stanley St joint ECDs Lisa Fedyszyn and Jonathan McMahon have shocked the ad world by resigning “to pursue new opportunities”. CCO Regan Grafton has yet to reveal his plans for replacements.