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AKQA, Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R and Wasserman are the agencies behind Vodafone's global "firsts" brand strategy, which was announced yesterday.
ITV and PHD will film a fast-turnaround ad at tonight's European premiere of the film 'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug', which will be aired on ITV's channels on the same evening.
The Economist and Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO have released a one-off online film paying tribute to the late Nelson Mandela, linking to a selection of articles from its archives.
The second wave of Eurostar's 'Stories Are Waiting' campaign launches on the travel company's website today, featuring content from London-based bloggers exploring the sights of Paris.
Campaign takes a look behind the scenes at TomTom's latest campaign on social media.
Amazon, the online retailer, this week released a video announcing it is experimenting using small "drones" to deliver packages directly to customers.
Lily Allen's cover of 'Somewhere Only We Know' from the John Lewis Christmas spot is the most "tagged" song from an ad this year on the music app Shazam.
It may still be weeks until Christmas, but brands are already bombarding us with Christmas ads to make sure we spend our hard-earned cash with them this festive season.
There's no denying it - Christmas is big business. A recent forecast from Deloitte has predicted the UK will spend £40.3bn this Christmas, including £5bn online.
This week, Campaign is loving Mark Carroll, senior campaign manager, TMW. Here's why...
Jeremy Lee is greedy for the new Harvey Nichols spot: "Amid all the Christmas schmaltz some of which emanated from this very agency the avarice on display in this ad has an all too realistic feel to it." The work was written by Daniel Fisher, art...
James Swift doesn t think much of the latest G commercial: "Commenters on Campaign s website have been far more vitriolic about this ad than I could ever be. Suffice it to say, the spot s only redeeming quality is that it is instantly forgettable. M...
The Advertising Standards Authority has banned a beer ad for the Coalition of UK Brewers after finding it broke the rules by implying alcohol made people popular and was important for social success.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has released a series of dramatic posters reconstructing images seen by war photographers, to convey the importance of allowing access to healthcare in conflicts.
Creature London has deepened its relationship with Silver Spoon, picking up work for Crusha.
KFC, the fast food chain, is releasing a tongue-in-cheek musical ad for Christmas to encourage diners to forget their differences over a bucket of fried chicken.
Confused.com, the insurance comparison website, will launch the first two of its festive ads on Sunday with a spot that features its Brian the Robot character at his first ever Christmas party.
Universal Pictures has risen through the viral chart to second place this week, while Jean-Claude van Damme's "epic split" for Volvo Trucks remains on top with 429,729 share.
Malaysia's Association of Accredited Advertising Agencies makes it compulsory for all client companies inviting its member agencies to pitch to pay a fee. The winning agency returns its fee to the advertiser. Losing agencies keep 90 per cent of the f...
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