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Sonos captures New York's beats and streets with giant 3D screen

Sonos, the wireless hi-fi brand, is claiming a sound and vision first with a giant 3D screen allowing New Yorkers to explore the soundscape of their city.

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Ballantine's teams up with musician Black Coffee for campaign

Ballantine's Scotch whisky has released the latest episode in its series "stay true stories" with musician and DJ, Black Coffee.

 

Mindshare UK makes two strategic hires

Mindshare UK has promoted Sarah Sutton and Chris Cardew to the role of joint heads of strategy.

 

Royal London launches second-phase TV spot with time traveller

Royal London, the mutual life and pensions company, is launching a TV spot featuring time traveller, Roy.

 

New technology is another way to be creative

NEW YORK - Three of the world's most respected creatives rejected the idea that algorithms and computers will ever replace people in the advertising industry, at Advertising Week in New York.

 

TNT launches TV campaign to humanise brand

TNT, the postal service, is launching its first TV ad campaign for four years, in a bid to humanise the brand.

 

Smirnoff Ice airs Africa campaign

Smirnoff has released a TV campaign across four African countries for its Ice Double Black and Ice Double Black Guarana drinks, as part of a push in the continent by parent company Diageo.

 

Grey London unveils first global Volvo ad

Grey London has unveiled its first work for Volvo Car Group, which aims to shake up "bland car advertising".

 

Warehouse names Sunshine as agency of record

Warehouse, the fashion retailer, has appointed Sunshine as its creative agency of record, without a pitch.

 

KitKat's mocking Apple tweet outperforms Oreo's Superbowl

KitKat's tactical ad on Twitter mocking Apple's iPhone 6 bendiness has overtaken Oreo's popular Superbowl tweet.

 

Campaign Viral Chart: Baseball star Derek Jeter tops list for second time

A Gatorade ad featuring New York Yankee star, Derek Jeter, two Samsung ads and a Budweiser spot all feature in this week's Campaign Viral Chart.

 

Argos releases alien swan song ad

Argos has given its alien family mascots a swan song ad before saying goodbye after three years.

 

Creative people should lead companies

SPIKES ASIA - It's a polarising statement that, somewhat ironically, is open to a 360 attack. But Al Moseley, CCO at 180 Amsterdam, defends it well, bringing in personal experience and a taste for implementing structures that foster creative manageme...

 

Engagement publishing 101: #Bantz for brands

Lucy Banks, the executive creative director of Bauer Media, goes through five reasons why comedy can help an audience connect with a brand message.

 

The 2014 Ryder Cup ads round up

With The 2014 Ryder Cup kicking off today to deafening cheers from the Gleneagles crowd in Scotland, Campaign takes a look at some of the tournament's ads.

 

13 ways to create a winning print ad

The Gunn Report has classified over 1,000 of the most awarded and admired ads and campaigns in the world from the past 15 years (1999 to 2013) to analyse how ideas are found for great press and outdoor ads.

 

TfL launches selfie campaign to encourage people to get home safely

Transport for London has created a hard-hitting multimedia campaign to raise awareness of the risks of using illegal minicabs.

 

Triumph launches Magic Wire bra with Twitter search for women's niggles

Triumph, the lingerie company, is launching a product called Magic Wire, backed by a campaign that invites women to share their routine irritations.

 

'Overtly sexual' e-cig ad given post-9pm restriction

The Advertising Standards Authority has ruled a VIP Electronic Cigarette ad can only air a TV ad after the 9pm watershed because of the degree of sexuality in the spot.

 

Social Media Week: what social media has taught us

John Owen, the chief strategy officer at Dare, examines what brands have learnt from social media in the past 10 years.

 

Why young creatives should shoot holes in each others' work

Matt Edwards, the chief executive of WCRS, finds some of the naive ideas at The Talent Business' Cream exhibition show the need for young creatives to be encouraged to critique each others' work.

 
 

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