The inaugural #SMCAKL Awards last night saw NZ’s social media superstars recognised at the Britomart Country Club.
The deadline for the Magazine Awards is 5pm tomorrow (Friday 20 June). The event itself will be held in Auckland on Thursday 25 September.
Seven Lions for New Zealand work on Day 4 in Cannes – but none of them Gold. The categories decided last night were Radio, Design, Cyber, Press, and Product Design.
ZenithOptimedia is championing a new strategic approach to communications planning that requires a rethink of the way clients prioritise and allocate resources across paid, owned and earned media.
New Zealand has won a Gold Lion, one Silver Lion and three Bronze Lions in the Cannes Media competition held overnight in Cannes.
FCB won a Mobile Silver Lion in Cannes overnight, for its Unicef Food Photos Save Lives campaign (already a Yellow Pencil winner at D&AD). The previous night, DDB/Mango also won a Silver PR Lion for Paw Justice Animal Strike (Tui won a Gold Lion in the same category, as reported yesterday).
NZ has picked up another 13 shortlist places overnight at the Cannes Lions – two in Radio, five in Design, and six in Cyber, bringing the NZ shortlist total from the first three days to 51 (scroll down for the earlier reports), plus a Gold Lion, two Silvers, and four Bronzes.
“The definition of bad taste is killing someone.” This was one of the gems served up by newest addition to the Kardashian family on the stage in Cannes today, M+AD special correspondent Peter Vegas reports.
New Zealand has picked up three Outdoor Bronze Lions overnight in Cannes – one apiece to FCB, DDB and Colenso BBDO.
News Works’ Ad of the Month creative ad competition has expanded to accept entries from newspaper digital ads, as well as newspaper print ads.