Advertising photographer Simon Harper won’t tell us the name of the Auckland suburban retail fashion client for whom he did the work, pictured above.
Revenue from the NZ division of APN News & Media fell 13% to NZ$135m, according to a report issued yesterday by the Australian Stock Exchange, and reported in Australian media. EBITDA for the division was also down to NZ$22.7m.
Bauer Media has resigned the publishing contract for Little Treasures magazine, with Tangible Media taking over as the publisher after the September/October issue.
MediaWorks TV boosts sales team: has appointed Glen Kyne to its TV sales team. He joins the company from The Radio Network where he was head of integration.
As signalled by a flurry of photo ops of John Key cosying up to various All Blacks, the National Party has stayed with the sporting theme in their first TVC for the 2014 election.
New Zealand consumer demand for TV shopping is on the rise with one shopping channel reporting increases of more than 1000 new customers per month.
Social media analytics company Social Bakers has released a Facebook-driven New Zealand 2014 election dashboard.
APN has launched ShopViva, a fashion e-commerce collaboration between GrabOne, the third biggest e-commerce platform in New Zealand, and Viva, The New Zealand Herald’s flagship lifestyle magazine.
Auckland-based Australasian photo consultant Christina Force will co-chair Creative Asia Plus (CA+) in Hong Kong in November – a two-day event for photographers who want to crack the Asian market.
Vodafone Warriors Manu Vatuvei, Jacob Lillyman, Konrad Hurrell and Dane Nielsen are helping Wendy’s launch a new burger with a TVC playing on our struggle to pronounce foreign words.