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Record entries for Media Week Awards 2014: meet the judges

This year's Media Week Awards have attracted a record number of 563 entries from the UK's most innovative media companies.

 

Crusha cats return in 'hells angels' campaign

Crusha has continued its mix of cats and off-the-wall humour in its new TV and cinema campaign, despite changing creative agencies.

 

Channel 5 to plunge Big Brother into Dawn of the Planet of the Apes scenario

Channel 5 is set to put this year's Big Brother contestants into a post-apocalyptic world, with housemates set a number of survival-based tasks around the theme of upcoming blockbuster, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

 

Behind the scenes: Imperial War Museum's touching WWI ad

Did you know that the first Imperial War Museum (IWM) was founded in 1917, while the First World War was still being fought?

 

Imperial War Museum releases film announcing WWI exhibition

Imperial War Museums (IWM) London has created a film ahead of the launch of its First World War Galleries.

 

Passionate Gottlieb still has a buzz for Omnicom

Omnicom Media Group's EMEA chief of 13 years is not quite ready to leave the company yet - particularly in the midst of the biggest-ever social experiment. By Louise Ridley.

 

Lexus launches new spot in Cannes Lion-winning campaign

Lexus is releasing the third in its series of special effects-laden ads as part of its 'Amazing In Motion' campaign.

 

Twitter's UK leader: Media Week Awards 2014 captures 'thrilling evolution' of market

Final entries for this year's Media Week Awards, the biggest night of the year for the British media industry, must be submitted by Thursday (3 July) to qualify.

 

Is Film still the best Cannes category?

The 9 per cent decline in entries to the Film category of the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity this year could lead some to suggest that what was once the "gold standard" in creativity has lost its sheen. Judged purely on which cat...

 

VW launches UK cinema campaign

Volkswagen pokes fun at its cars for being useless in high-octane action film sequences in a new UK cinema campaign.

 

Media360: In pictures

The 11th annual gathering of Media360 sparked two days of interesting debate and revelations at the Tobacco Dock in London this year.

 

X-Men machine reaches the last Pringle in Isobar campaign

Isobar, the Dentsu Aegis digital network, has created a European campaign for Pringles' partnership with the upcoming film 'X-Men: Days of Future Past, which shows how it is never easy "for humans" to reach the last Pringle in a pack.

 

Yahoo hosts exclusive X-Men: Days of Future Past films

Yahoo has partnered with film distributor Twentieth Century Fox to create a global content hub on its Yahoo Movies platform for new release 'X-Men: Days of Future Past'.

 

Evian baby Spider-Man 'rescues' fans with Twitter answers

Evian has launched the second stage of its popular global 'Amazing Baby & Me 2' activity, which features the mini Spider-Man character solving people's dilemmas on Twitter in a campaign run through We Are Social.

 

Finding the space between ecstasy and horror

Walter Campbell, a creative director at TBWA\London, co-wrote Under The Skin with Jonathan Glazer (who also directed it). The two had worked together before, including on Guinness 'surfer'. The film is based on a cult novel by Michel Faber and stars ...

 

Claudine Collins and Bruce Daisley to lead Media Week Awards 2014

Claudine Collins, managing director of MediaCom, and Bruce Daisley, managing director of Twitter UK, will take centre stage at the industry's biggest night of the year, as co-chairs of the Media Week Awards 2014.

 

Dove launches first cinema campaign with 'real beauty' sequel

Dove is releasing the follow-up to its Cannes Titanium Grand Prix-winning 'Real Beauty Sketches' campaign in cinemas across the UK, marking a first for the brand.

 

Google becomes major UK advertiser after boosting spend by 50% in 2013

Google was among the UK's biggest advertisers last year, after a 50 per cent lift in total spend.

 

Things we like: Spider-Man goes Electro

Things we like this week include new outdoor advertising for the latest Spider-Man movie, Channel 4 raking in the Bafta nominations and Vines going private.

 

Conservative rising star Javid replaces Miller as culture secretary

Sajid Javid, the financial secretary to the Treasury and Conservative Party rising star, has replaced Maria Miller as culture secretary, following her resignation over an expenses row.

 
 

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