FCB’s Kelly Lovelock & Hywel James took out the 2014 Grande Orca for the best radio ad in 12 months.
Fairfax Media has today unveiled the structure of its new single national marketing team – and the people who’ll be running it.
TV advertising has shown consistently demonstrated the highest ROI of any form of advertising in recent years, despite the growth of digital media and the impact of recession, according to a new analysis.
TV3 has appointed Amy Prebble to the new role of Senior Publicist – News & Current Affairs. This is a part-time position reporting into TV3 and FOUR Publicity Manager Jacqui Loates-Haver, responsible for publicising TV3’s News & Current Affairs programmes and people.
Entries for the 2014 TVNZ NZ Marketing Awards close next Friday 23 May at 5pm. But the Marketing Association is offering the alternative of a late entry that pushes the deadline back by one week.
“New Zealand was a quiet place in 1982 and very heavily regulated. At night gangs of bureaucrats and policemen roamed the streets trying to catch people like me and confiscate our paste buckets.
Freeman’s Bay indie Republik has been appointed as the Starship Foundation’s advertising, media and strategic comms agency. The incumbent was Whybin\TBWA.
Britomart-based 2D digital animation studio Crayon Animation has relaunched following the return of Creative Director Simon Crane from Ireland.
Fairfax Media has appointed Jonathan Milne as Sundays editor. The award-winning news, features and political journalist will oversee the Sunday Star-Times and Sunday News publications for Fairfax.
Google’s Giles Tuck and Tui’s William Papesch kept an invited audience of 150 agency executives well entertained & illuminated at this morning’s CAANZ PREScom Champion Speaker series at Kensington Swan in Auckland’s Viaduct precinct.