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Jerry Wright explains the changes to regional newspaper figures

How did the recent changes to ABC's Regional Publication reporting come about and why were they introduced? ABC's chief executive Jerry Wright explains.

 

Why We're Loving: Ben Leeves, sound designer, GCRS

At what stage did you get involved with flight of the stories ? At the very rough animatic stage. The very succinct brief from the creative Paul Domenet was: "Each letter should have its own voice." So that s what I did. I was in the unusual ...

 

Art Everywhere returns for second run

Art Everywhere, the campaign that fills outdoor advertising sites with famous artwork, returns on Monday for a six-week run.

 

GSK sports nutrition brand ad banned for exaggerating health benefits

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has had an ad for its MaxiNutrition brand banned for exaggerating its health benefits.

 

Senior adland figures launch star-studded campaign against Scottish independence

Celebrities including Eddie Izzard, Tanni Grey-Thompson and Ross Kemp are to feature in an ad launched today by senior figures in adland as part of a new campaign against Scottish independence.

 

Tom Hiddleston Jaguar ad banned for encouraging irresponsible driving

The ad watchdog has banned a Jaguar Land Rover ad starring the actor Tom Hiddleston, who played Loki in the 'Thor' films, for encouraging drivers to behave irresponsibility.

 

Government pledges £4m to drive diversity in creative industries

Matthew Hancock, the skills minister, has pledged an additional £4 million to a major initiative from the creative industries to educate its workforce and attract new talent.

 

ASA South Africa drops investigation into "racist" charity ad

South Africa's Advertising Standards Authority has dropped an investigation into a controversial charity ad that showed a white woman feeding scraps to a black child, after the organisation withdrew the spot and apologised.

 

National Trust launches debut TV campaign

The National Trust has brought its '50 things to do before you're 11¾' campaign to TV, the first solo television ad in the organisation's history.

 

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.

 

Former magazine leader Ian Locks takes lead at The Stationers' Company

Ian Locks, the former chief executive of magazine body PPA, will succeed Tom Hempenstall as Master of The Stationers' Company, the City of London Livery Company for the communications and content industries.

 

Native ad debate stoked by ASA Outbrain ruling

National newspapers and other websites are going to have to review the way they display paid-for related articles, after the ad watchdog banned a link on The Independent's website.

 

United Nations calls global pitch for digital brief

The United Nations has called a global pitch to find an agency to redesign the website for its refugee division, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

 

Macmillan calls pitch for fundraising brief

Macmillan Cancer Support has approached advertising agencies about a fundraising project.

 

FCB Inferno wins £5m NS&I brief

FCB Inferno has won a £5 million, integrated brief from the state-owned savings bank, National Savings and Investments.

 

Post Office reviews advertising, DM and digital accounts

The Post Office is preparing to review its advertising, direct and digital accounts through the Crown Commercial Service, which has approached agencies on the Government's creative framework.

 

How Lemz became a crime-fighter

The Dutch agency created a computer-generated child in an effort to ensnare online paedophiles. By Gijs De Swarte.

 

UN seeks shop for HIV and Aids creative task

The United Nations' HIV and Aids programme, UNAIDS, is looking for an agency to help make HIV testing "cool".

 

London museums call £24m media and digital pitch

The British Library is leading a £24 million review of the media and digital agency requirements of a consortium of London's major museums, libraries and galleries.

 
 

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