The Association of NZ Advertisers is calling the current Advertising Standards Authority codes for advertising to children to be reviewed.
Now in its second year, Campaign Asia-Pacific, in association with Roth Observatory International, has announced the 2015 call for entries for the Agency|Marketer Partnership Awards, which recognises Asia-Pacific’s most effective client-agency relationships.
Spotify is inviting brands to reach gamers in the zone on PlayStation, the first of more ad solutions to come that will enable brands and agencies to reach a highly engaged audience on exciting new connected platforms and devices, says Spotify’s New York City-based chief revenue officer Jeff Levick.
Westhaven-based integrated indie agency Chemistry Interaction’s The Long Way for Honda Pioneer has emulated Republik by picking up Gold at the ECHO Awards in Boston – one of only two New Zealand Golds at the Awards in Boston today.
The funeral for David Walden will be held at 2pm this Thursday (October 8) at the Holy Trinity Cathedral Parnell.
Five brands – Amazon, Lego, PayPal, MINI, Moët & Chandon and Lenovo – have entered Interbrand’s 16th annual Best Global Brands top 100 for the first time.
Republik Auckland’s award-winning Fuji Xerox Haus of Versant campaign has added a Gold ECHO to its growing haul. The campaign was recognised as one of the top Business-to-Business campaigns globally, and was one of three campaigns shortlisted for the Diamond ECHO for International Best in Show.
Auckland-based global production company The Sweet Shop has been named a Standout in the 2015 Creativity & Advertising Age Production Company A-List, which features “the ad industry’s best storytellers”.
Yesterday’s top 10 radio station websites story contained serious flaws. So we need to run a corrected version today. Read on: NZME & MediaWorks effectively shared the honours in Nielsen’s latest measurement of radio station website traffic – with NZME taking four of the top 10 spots and MediaWorks five. (No 1 is Radio NZ National).
MDS AdSchool students have dominated the News Works NZ Student Newspaper Campaign of the Year, taking out the winner and runner-up place and all three topical places.