AUCKLAND, Today: Film Construction has released the second episode of Place, their film series showcasing New Zealand locations and filmmakers.
AUCKLAND, Sunday: Enthusiastic Kiwi headline writers on the weekend papers had a field-day, with the countdown to the Black Caps epic unfolding in London. As you’d expect, dubious puns abounded.
AUCKLAND, Friday: Phantom Billstickers has released more details about the privacy protections built into the technology it uses to track the cellphones of people exposed to street posters.
LONDON, Friday: WPP has entered into an agreement to sell 60% of Kantar, its global data, research, consulting and analytics business, to US private equity group Bain Capital.
LONDON, Today: Three AUT Adschool graduates have won prizes in the international D&AD New Blood awards. Adam Ramsdale (graduated 2017) won a Yellow Pencil with a Burger King campaign, while Sophie Aitken & Daniel van Dalen (graduated 2018) have each won a Wood Pencil for a Heinz campaign.
AUCKLAND, Today: Chinese digital marketing agency United Media Solution NZ has become an official sponsor of New Zealand China Trade Association, which sponsors business between the two countries.
AUCKLAND, Last night: Parnell-based design tech studio Rush has been recognised at the Good Design Awards in Sydney for their work with Starship Children’s Hospital.
WELLINGTON, Today: The Public Relations Institute of NZ will hold its 2019 conference – fetchingly titled Changing Mindsets – in the Capital on Thursday-Friday 25-26 July.
AUCKLAND, Today: In a unique collaboration with Triple M Australia, which ran a similar initiative, Radio Hauraki will be observing a ‘No Talk Day’ on Friday 9 August, in association with Movember.
WELLINGTON, Today: NZ media giant Stuff is moving to promote its sustainability credentials more aggressively – launching ads headed: THIS NEWSPAPER IS PURE RUBBISH!