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Oasis' label, Big Brother Recordings, has breathed new life into the band's best-selling album, (What's the Story) Morning Glory, by adding augmented reality content.

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Cheap online ads are like having 'unprotected sex'

NEW YORK -- Buying cheap online ad inventory is like having "unprotected sex," according to John Montgomery, the chief operating officer of Group M in North America.

 

Virgin Money to float on London Stock Exchange

Virgin Money, the financial services brand part-owned by Sir Richard Branson, has announced plans to float on the London Stock Exchange.

 

Albion appoints Lawrenson in creative reshuffle

Albion London has restructured its creative department and hired the creative director on D-Day: As It Happens, which won a Bafta this year.

 

April Redmond's secret work weapon? Travel

There is no substitute for going to see things for yourself, writes April Redmond, chief marketing officer at Kerry Foods.

 

Grey London wins contest for Orangina UK advertising brief

Orangina, the French soft-drink brand, has appointed Grey London as it prepares for a major marketing push in the UK.

 

Open University calls mandatory agency review

The Open University is conducting a mandatory review of all its advertising and media agencies.

 

ZenithOptimedia and VivaKi capture Nestlé

Nestlé is set to part ways with Mindshare after ten years and appoint VivaKi and ZenithOptimedia to its £60 million UK media business.

 

Saatchi & Saatchi hires senior duo

Saatchi & Saatchi London has hired Adam Collins, the former brand communications director at Nike UK, and Mother's Will Nicholls as managing partners.

 

CP&B closes in on Mini launch brief

Mini, the car brand owned by BMW, is set to appoint Crispin Porter & Bogusky London to work on a global campaign to support a new model launch.

 

Harrisson quits M&C to lead Anomaly

M&C Saatchi's chief executive, Camilla Harrisson, is leaving to lead Anomaly London, with a brief to make it a serious force in the capital.

 

Superdrug kicks off creative pitch

Superdrug is reviewing its UK advertising account.

 
 

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