The UK's vibrant commercial media sector celebrated the year's best work at the Media Week Awards last night, attended by 1,400 executives from agencies, media owners, advertisers and production companies.
Philips is unveiling an online campaign starring the Olympic gymnast Louis Smith, aimed at encouraging people to ditch bottled juice in favour of making fresh juices at home.
Lindsay Pattison is named global chief executive of Maxus, while the Football League makes two appointments in a restructure of its commercial operation, in this week's round-up of people moves in advertising, marketing and media.
Sky Sports has fended off competition from BT to continue its coverage of international cricket to 2023, after picking up the UK and Ireland rights.
Johnnie Walker has launched a film and digital push featuring Formula 1 driver, Jenson Button, to promote its retail partnership with Tesco.
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Pepsi's latest song and short film for its Beats of the Beautiful Game football collection is a crowd-sourced video from Kelly Rowland.
Puma has released a TV ad featuring Usain Bolt in a hot tub to launch its new brand platform.
Adidas celebrates Lionel Messi's return to Barcelona following his disappointing World Cup by turning him into a panther to promote the brand's Adizero f50 football boots.
With the Commonwealth Games taking place in Glasgow, David Crawley, director, Talon Scotland, gives a perspective on how media has used the Games and what is in store for Scotland in the remainder of a busy 2014.
The shortlist for October's Media Week Awards 2014 can now be revealed, and following more competition and entries than ever before, all the companies to have made the cut have reason to celebrate.
After Mo Farah pulled out of the Commonwealth Games, Jeremy Hart, the managing director of Inc Content, says clever content can prevent brand backers reaching the end of the road when their star is out of the competition.
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