Digital agency news & analysis
Pizza Hut's spoof selfie stick warning video has taken the top spot in this week's chart.1 comment
Dentsu has acquired Publicis Groupe's shares in Dentsu Razorfish, turning the joint-venture company into a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dentsu Digital Holdings.
Amazon, the online retailer, is searching for an agency to handle social media activity for its clothing arm.
HBO's trailer for the second season of True Detective has made it to the top spot.
Just five of the coveted black Pencils were awarded for creative excellence at last night's D&AD awards ceremony.
This year's theme for the annual Wacl training event Gather was "together". Alice Driscoll, the deputy managing director at Jam, lists ten things she picked up.
From Media Week's founders through to its current day editor, the magazine brand's alumni offer advice to their younger selves as part of its 30 year celebrations.
Dave Bedwood, a creative director at M&C Saatchi, is to leave the agency in June.
Collider, the company that invests in and supports startups, held a speed dating session with Ogilvy & Mather Group UK in London yesterday.
Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur, the Brown-Forman Beverages drink, has appointed Isobar as its UK social and digital agency following a competitive pitch.
Huggies has topped the chart by creating a 3D-printed ultrascan of a foetus for a blind mother.
A fashion ad featuring a social experiment that shows shoppers how cheap clothing is made has made it to the top of the chart.
Stickyeyes, the independent digital marketing agency, has acquired Zazzle Media, the digital content marketing agency.
We Are Social, the global social media agency, is opening a Shanghai office, which will be led by Pete Lin, the former general manager and chief marketing strategist at Gravity Group Asia.
Britain's Got Talent, the hit ITV talent show, has continued to attract large audience shares, pulling in an average of 44 per cent of viewers on Saturday night.
Simon McEvoy, the planning director at Jam, believes a probe into social responsibility in advertising has been necessary for a long time.1 comment
Pandora, the jewellery retailer, has held on to the top spot in the Campaign Viral Chart with an ad that features young blindfolded children pick out their mother from a line-up of women.
Things Unlimited, a specialist social agency part of the Creston Group's Unlimited brands, has appointed Susie Clark as its first managing director.
An ad by Pandora, the jewellery retailer, which features an experiment with young blindfolded children who pick their mother out a line-up of women, has reached the top of the chart.
Possible, the WPP-owned digital agency, has appointed Simon Law, the chief strategy officer and founding partner at Fabric Worldwide, as its chief strategy officer.
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