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The Marketer: Andrew Cox

How do you keep a long-standing campaign based on humour fresh after nine years? Meat and livestock Australia's Andrew Cox bleats his secrets to Wenlei Ma. more »

Editorial: Globalisation of media - It’s freakin’ real!

The storm that has been building ever so slowly in the media is about to take on a new fury, writes Damian Francis. more »

Mouth Off: Do positivity and optimism change the outlook for the industry?

Every year, agencies and publishers get on the positive vibes offensive, but does it actually make a difference? more »

The Big Picture: Back to the future

Getting to grips with what could happen in the future is one thing, but it could all be useless if you don't stop to process what happened in the past, writes Damian Francis. more »

Newsmaker: Chris Savage

Last September, STW's Chris Savage thought he was going to die. He tells paul McIntyre why family and work have been radically recalibrated - and why the creative industries need to do the same. more »

The Big Picture: Group Sales Grey Area

Who would want to be in media this year? Worse still, media advertising sales. The stampede to group sales units has busted open how the market wheels and deals. It's been in the wings for years but it is really all good? Paul McIntyre takes a ride through the changing media sales landscape. more »

The Marketer: Anup Jain

Pizza Hut is no longer the all-powerful chain it used to be in Australia. Anup Jain talks to Wenlei Ma about his plans to take back the throne. more »

The Sell: John Ford

In early 2009, adland was filled with stories of the collapse of the One centre and its leader, John Ford. Two years after its rebirth, Ford tells the story to Damian Francis. more »

Newsmaker: John Steedman

Much of the wider market might be a train wreck, but GroupM manages to keep winning business. John Steedman talks with David Blight. more »

Editorial: Tying Up Loose Ends

There's always something happening in adland, even as the year draws to a close, writes Damian Francis. more »



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