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ADNEWS TV: Giving the marketing people what they want at mLab

It was day four of mLab and PharmaCare, P&O Cruises and Tourism Australia liked the cut of Google's Glass, what they heard from Spotify and tasted digital coffee in the living room of the future with Mi9.

ADNEWS TV: Product placement and vibrating clothes had mLab buzzing

mLab day three: Australian marketers got a buzz from Snepo and Seven Network. Find out about the ultimate in product placement, personal TV and what those that control the budgets think about it here.

ADNEWS TV: Kellogg's, Kimberly-Clark and Unilever big guns like what they see at mLab

Like local news, but newer.

The future's bright, according to top marketers from some of Australia's biggest advertisers. Find out what they made of the kit on show at mLab, GroupM's bid to bring tech, media and brands together.

ADNEWS TV: Australia's marketers take in tomorrow's tech at mLab

Facebook, Google, Mi9, Snepo, Spotify and Seven Network show off their wares to Australian marketers at GroupM's mLab techno-media jamboree.

ADNEWS TV: Agency of The Year - spot the winners, media moguls and the night's best dressed!

See the 700-plus crowd, 22 competition winners and all the action in our final wrap-up of what many say was the best industry awards night in years.

ADNEWS TV: Lachlan Murdoch unveils AdNews Hall of Fame inductee David Droga to a standing ovation

The time is now, says AdNews Hall of Fame inductee and Droga5 founder David Droga, for adland to innovate and reclaim its high ground in commerce.

ADNEWS TV: Data and broadcast TV are hooking up

Powered By Nine's Michael Branagh says new paths are being forged to align broadcast TV with data and analytics.

ADNEWS TV: The big picture for marketing, media and agency recruitment

Big data experts are being imported by marketers and agencies but social and digital staff are now homegrown, says Hourigan International's team.

ADNEWS TV: TV stars no longer resisting advertiser tie-ups

The old TV walls between church and state are crumbling. Powered by Nine's Michael Branagh explains how TV is moving beyond sponsorships and why on-air talent is becoming more advertiser friendly.



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