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The Sun 'sexy week' Myleene Klass ads escape ban

The Sun has escaped censure from the ad watchdog despite complaints that TV ads for the paper's "sexy week" starring women including Myleene Klass were sexist, objectified women and were inappropriately scheduled.


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Coca-Cola gets people to 'put on a smile' for its wearable movie 2

Coca-Cola sent out hundreds of t-shirts to social media fans, staff and creative partners and asked them to upload a photo of themselves wearing the shirt to create the world's first "wearable movie".


Subway in TV and social media push for summer special

Subway has launched a £1.8 million campaign including TV and digital work to promote a limited-edition sandwich.


Penelope Cruz makes directorial debut with Agent Provocateur short film

A man dons a pair of sunglasses that allow him to see women in just their lingerie in this directorial debut from Hollywood star Penelope Cruz for the launch of her L'Agent line for Agent Provocateur.


Tesco hires Oscar-winning animator for stop-motion F&F campaign

Tesco is featuring stop-motion animation by Oscar-winning animator Alan Dewhurst in its nationwide 'Back to School' TV ads for its F&F clothing business.


Adidas captures Messi's 'genius' by filming skills at 1,000 frames a second

Lionel Messi is dressed in a bespoke LED suit to capture the FC Barceolona star's movement and "reveal the secret of his genius" to communicate the "light in motion" design of the new Adidas boot.


In pictures: Radio Times covers from the past 90 years

Radio Times, the oldest TV and radio magazine in the world, is celebrating its 90th birthday with an exhibition at the Museum of London. Take a look at some of the magazine's best front covers from the past 90 years.


Is the Royal baby good for business?

There were few more pleased by the arrival of Prince George than Britain's media owners, Louise Ridley writes.


Before they were famous 1

The early work - and ideas that didn't make it - from today's most revered creatives are a showcase of pure advertising craft, says Lorelei Mathias.


Campaign's Half-Term Reports 2013

This charming man

Having resisted publishing his memoirs until after the death of Margaret Thatcher, Lord Bell has finally spilled the beans on his life in advertising and beyond, including that tempestuous relationship with the Saatchis. John Tylee speaks to him abou...


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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