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A steamy black and white film funded by MTV and Durex depicting a young couple breathlessly uttering phases such as "I know how to get her pulse racing and make her sweat", is used to warn of the dangers of unsafe sex.


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Sainsbury's calls £60 million media review

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BMW unveils Mini exhibition to celebrate 'illustrious' British heritage

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History of Advertising Trust calls for help with 70s project

People who worked in advertising during the 70s or who have vivid memories of the industry during that decade, are being asked to help a project that wants to bring the history of that period to life.


Etihad Airways hires Shane O'Hare as marketing chief

UAE's national airline, Etihad Airways, has appointed Shane O'Hare as its senior vice president of marketing.


Lidl loses in Crocs mystery trademark dispute

Lidl has failed in its attempt to slap down a European trademark by shoe brand Crocs, as its argument that the design of the shoe is simply a variation of a shoe shape "known for centuries" was unable to sway regulators.


Google Contributor: the end of ads on the web?

Google has challenged its own ad-funded business model by launching Contributor, a US service that asks users for a monthly subscription in return for ad-free access to the web.


Google faces break-up call from Europe

Google is facing pressure in Europe to split into separate companies, as politicians from the European Parliament draft a resolution intended to end the firm's search monopoly.


Proximity hires Nick Baker as planning director

Proximity London, the Omnicom-owned direct marketing agency, has hired VCCP Me's Nick Baker as a planning director.


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