Meet the DMA judges

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The Marketing Association has appointed more than 100 judges for the upcoming 2014 NZ Direct Marketing Awards (including the RSVP and Nexus divisions), to be held in Auckland on Thursday 26 February 2015. Entries have closed, and the finalists will be unveiled at the end of November.

The winning titles

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Few surprises in the latest ABC Circulation and Nielsen Readership data, released on Friday. Newspapers continue their slow-moving slide in circulation and readership – with the notable exceptions of the Otago Daily Times, Sunday Star Times, Herald liftout Bite, and five sturdy provincial dailies. Weekly magazines did no better, but monthlies fared quite well – notably North & South, Metro, Fishhead, Cuisine, Dish, and Idealog. Food, leisure and rural titles generally did well.

Shameless self-promotion from InMobi

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Bangalore-headquarted InMobi, the world’s largest independent mobile advertising platform, has announced its network growth numbers. InMobi now reaches 872 million active uniques spanning over 200 countries, bringing a global audience for advertisers wanting to reach their target consumers. InMobi now serves nearly 138 billion ad impressions every month.

TVC director shoots Don McGlashan & Co

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New Zealand Music Foundation trustee, Kiwi music legend Don McGlashan, launched the charity’s new promo video in front of 500 of New Zealand music’s finest at the 2014 Silver Scroll Awards. The video profiles the charity’s work with music-based projects that change the lives of people in need across NZ.

AWARD School taps three Kiwis

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Sarsha Drakeford was named New Zealand’s top AWARD School student this week at a graduation ceremony at Little Easy, Auckland on Friday. Second place went to Geordie Wilson, followed by Simone Ward in third.