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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.

 

Mindshare wins National Trust media account

The National Trust has appointed WPP's Mindshare to handle its newly consolidated media planning and buying business.

 

WAN-IFRA: Actions in UK have placed press freedom 'under threat worldwide'

Attempts by the British government to influence the media and "dictate what is in the public interest" have global ramifications for an independent press, and are already being used by repressive regimes to excuse their own practices, is the damning ...

 

Digital, positivity and SMEs can help UK recover, say ad leaders

Leaders in the advertising industry have suggested that focusing on the positive impact of advertising, investing in digital and supporting SMEs could help the UK economy to recover.

 

Sir John Hegarty, Boris Johnson and Lord Coe to feature in Advertising Week campaign

Advertising Week Europe has unveiled its ad campaign for 2014, featuring Sir John Hegarty, Boris Johnson and Lord Coe.

 

United Nations seeks shop to create sanitation campaign

The United Nations Millennium Campaign is looking for an agency to create ads that spur people and governments to help improve sanitation in the poorest parts of the world.

 

Lucozade ad campaign banned for water comparisons

Lucozade has been rapped by the ad watchdog after a high-profile ad campaign claiming its sport drink hydrates and fuels better than water, was banned for breaching the rules on health claims in advertising.

 

Trading Places: this week's people moves

Luca Lindner is named as global president of McCann and Karen Stacey is set to leave Bauer Media, in this week's roundup of people moves in advertising, marketing, media and PR.

 

Global Radio to divest local stations following CAT decision

Global Radio is seeking to divest stations in the seven local areas where the Competition Commission blocked its acquisition of GMG Radio, after deciding not to take its appeal further.

 

IPA and MAA condemn GSK's bonus requests

Advertising industry trade bodies have condemned a bid by the pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline to get its agencies to make "bonus" payments to remain on its roster.

 

Inferno wins Govt teacher recruitment brief

Inferno has won its second Government roster account, picking up the National College for Teaching Leadership (NCTL) recruitment brief.

 

Global Radio loses GMG Radio appeal

Global Radio's appeal against the Competition Commission ruling that it must sell the bulk of the former GMG Radio stations has been dismissed.

 

Commercial radio worth £1.5bn to listeners in its 40th year

Commercial radio provides content worth £1.5 billion and is more entertaining than BBC radio, according to findings to be presented this afternoon at an event to celebrate 40 years since the launch of the medium.

 

Future 5 2013: winners announced

Brand Republic today unveils the winners of its Future 5 Awards scheme, a project started in 2010 as a way of signalling the future of marketing.

 

Manning Gottlieb OMD, MEC and MediaCom among agencies on Govt's strategy and planning roster

The government has confirmed the 15 successful agencies on its new strategy and planning roster, with Manning Gottlieb OMD, MEC and MediaCom each appointed to both of the two lots.

 

ITV rapped for You've Been Framed alcohol ads

ITV2 is the latest broadcaster to be rapped on the knuckles by the Advertising Standards Authority for airing alcohol ads during programmes likely to appeal to children.

 

Cambridgeshire Constabulary: Get Closer

future 5 awards 2013.

 

ASA and BCAP to review alcohol ad rules

Ofcom has asked the ad regulators, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) and the Broadcast Committee of Advertising Practice (BCAP), to review the rules that protect children from being exposed to alcohol advertising on television.

 
 

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