“If they save just one person from death by 42-inch plasma it’ll all be worthwhile!” – Seven Sharp’s Mike Hosking taps into the majority opinion on the Advertising Standards Authority’s risible decision to ban the Telecom’s Spotify tvc that shows a guy with large, cartoony hands turfing a TV set – rock-star style – from a hotel balcony.
Shine NZ creative technologist Mathew Tizard has resigned to join Google in Sydney, according to a report in Campaign Brief Australia.
The 2014 Global Alliance COMM PRIX Awards has issued its call for entries, and is seeking entries from NZ.
NEW YORK: Google has hit the top spot in the rankings of the world’s most valuable brands, ousting the previous leader, Apple.
Freemans Bay-based PR shop Lily & Louis has picked up the NZ side of Australian-based Bras N Things.
Since 30 July 2013 Nielsen has been undercounting audience to the Herald’s mobile site due to a coding error. This has now been resolved by Nielsen and the Herald’s web and mobile traffic is now being reported correctly.
James Rolleston has put himself in charm’s way so often in his work for Vodafone – but his new SuperNet spot is particularly hair-brained.
The Spikes Asia Festival of Creativity 2014 is now open for entries across 18 categories.
Carat has hired Jacquie Bennett as its national planning director, a role that also will see her provide strategic input to the global Dentsu Aegis Network.
.99 and justONE have released more details about their win as creative partner of soccer’s FIFA 2015 U20 World Cup, to be played in NZ in 2015.