It's time to change how we measure success on television 23 hours ago

It's time to change how we measure success on television

As viewers increasingly get their TV fix through catch up and on-demand, the industry needs to evolve...

72andSunny Amsterdam: The least parochial place in advertising 19 hours ago

72andSunny Amsterdam: The least parochial place in advertising

On a recent trip through Europe, AdNews journalist Lindsay Bennett called into some of the continent’s most vibrant ad agencies in London, Berlin and Amsterdam to see how their culture influences their work.

#MeToo and Weinstein - the advertising edition 22 hours ago

#MeToo and Weinstein - the advertising edition

The Weinstein scandal is having a monumental impact beyond the film industry. More women in Hollywood...

NoFest - M&C Saatchi cancels marriage equality benefit gig 22 hours ago

NoFest - M&C Saatchi cancels marriage equality benefit gig

M&C Saatchi has been forced to cancel its marriage equality benefit due to poor ticket sales and issues with corporate sponsorship.

Sheba Nandkeolyar to reveal secrets of multicultural marketing via ground-breaking Telstra work 20 hours ago

Sheba Nandkeolyar to reveal secrets of multicultural marketing via ground-breaking Telstra work

Nandkeolyar will share best practices and learnings from her agency’s work building brand equity among multicultural audiences for Telstra over the past five years at AdNews Live: Reframing Australia.

The Media Store relocates staff and begins Melbourne recruitment drive yesterday

The Media Store relocates staff and begins Melbourne recruitment drive

Toyota's long-term media agency The Media store will relocate five staff, including Ally Cooney and David Lodge, and hire 17 new recruits to establish a Melbourne office in the Victorian capital. It's also picked up a new client.

Andy Pontin to step down as Clemenger Sydney CEO yesterday

Andy Pontin to step down as Clemenger Sydney CEO

After nine years at the helm, Andy Pontin has decided to step down as CEO of Clemenger Sydney.

Wil Anderson says big businesses are 'ruining' podcasts 1 hour ago

Wil Anderson says big businesses are 'ruining' podcasts

"Podcasting was a brilliant space where you could be genuinely creative. Now the major businesses are coming in and ruining everything and podcasts are being taken from a cool, niche community to being this big, commercial thing,” Wil Anderson says.

Getting out of town and rethinking regional media and marketing 2 hours ago

Getting out of town and rethinking regional media and marketing

More than a third of Australia’s population live in regional areas, but regional marketing doesn’t get a third of the attention or budget. It’s plagued by outdated perceptions and brands are missing huge opportunities.

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