Seven turns Australian Federal Police apology over Schapelle-gate into show spruik yesterday
Seven chairman Kerry Stokes has turned an unreserved apology from the Australian Federal Police over the Schapelle Corby raids into promotional material for Border Patrol.
Meet the creatures of the night
'Let the woman rest, or you will be damned'. You have been warned.
Stunt man tests Van Heusen's limits
Aussie stunt man Nash Edgerton scales buildings for menswear brand Van Heusen.
The legend of Darren and the talking fish
A desperate fish escapes certain rot when an actual legend saves the day for Darren.
Are you tough enough?
Get ready to test your mettle at the third AdNews Challenge – including a brand new course and challenges for 2014.
Doing video right
Making video is an art in itself. The child of filmmaking, if you will. Kevin Lim shares tips on how to create quality video content.
The great Facebook Messenger cock-up
Now that billions of us have been forcefully nudged into using Facebook's Messenger app, Tim Smith asks 'do we need to fear FB?'
Lessons in love: How to keep the spark alive in your agency-client relationship
Kinky, mind-blowing one-night stands, playing the field and weird Uncle Harry. Vizeum's Ron Ferdinands looks at the parallels between client-agency relationships and real life. It's good. But maybe don't try his pick up lines in a bar.
The sharing economy: Caring or coining it?
Havas man Phil Johnston had a Swedish lady, her husband and her husband’s ex-wife in his house over Christmas. It worked for him. But what does the sharing economy mean for brands being undercut by new technologies?
The price of entry for programmatic
Who is best placed to take charge of brands' programmatic buying? Nikki Retallick responds to Paul Brooks' take on the complex issue.
How to boost TV audiences by 25% and cut marketing spend yesterday
How do you keep millions of TV viewers tuned in when the show they want is between series and cut marketing spend when it launches again? Aussie firm The Project Factory has the answer. Reg Grundy helped to prove it.
Unfair advantage: Clemenger Melbourne raids rivals after business blitzkrieg yesterday
Clemenger Melbourne has hired a raft of talent to help deliver the goods for a bunch of new business wins. The agency said it's unfair on the rest of Melbourne but it is not finished yet.
Most eligible agency Bachelors named yesterday
Step up and take a bow boys. We can reveal the three most eligible bachelors in adland are sitting in offices of MediaCom, Publicis Mojo and Web Marketing Experts.
Nine and Fairfax rumoured to announce Stream Co JV yesterday
Nine Entertainment Co and Fairfax Media could announce a joint venture to launch Stream Co in Australia as soon as next week.
MCN’s programmatic push gains traction yesterday
Networks are paranoid about programmatic, says MCN boss Anthony Fitzgerald, but its Landmark system is gaining traction.
Sean Cummins steps up to the ice bucket yesterday
Sean Cummins has stepped up to the Ice Bucket and passed on the nomination to his pal and partner Adam Ferrier, Rob Morgan from Clemenger and Fairfax Media's Andrew McEvoy.
Clode races to front of the pack in AdNews Bike Club yesterday
Paul Clode rode his way back to the front of the the pack this week in the AdNews Bike Club, clocking up 223.3 kilometres in a week where wild weather kept many riders indoors.
Hardhat Digital drinks to Beveridge's appointment yesterday
Melbourne agency Hardhat Digital has added a heavy hitter from tech company Oracle to its team.
Australians are outsiders, but what does it mean for advertisers? yesterday
Australians are outsiders. Not in the creepy stalker sense but rather they spend a lot of time outside, which APN Outdoor claims makes outdoor the best way to reach a large and engaged audience.
The Bachelor lifts as NRL forces The Block to slide yesterday
Ten's The Bachelor lifted on last week, making it into the top 10 free-to-air TV shows with 681,000 viewers last night.
Opinion: The Ice Bucket Challenge is heating up yesterday
There’s something heartwarming about the sight of bigwigs facing up to the big chill, writes Rosie Baker.
Australian media responds to ISIS media blackout campaign yesterday
As a social media campaign calls for a media blackout of images of the murder of US journalist James Foley and Australian media are responding in different ways.
Newspapers celebrate as Courier-Mail takes top prize yesterday
Brisbane's Courier-Mail has been named the Newspaper of the Year at the PANPA Newspaper Awards overnight.
William Hill marketer out in reshuffle 2 days ago
Tom Waterhouse taking over as CEO kicked off a reshuffle of the betting group's marketing function.
Turnbull: No deregulation until there is consensus 2 days ago
Minister for Communications, Malcolm Turnbull said there would be no deregulation of the media ownership rules until there was consensus in the media industry.
Miller warns the old approach to marketing newspapers is failing 2 days ago
Faced with declining ad revenues newspapers need to stop telling the world how great they are and start showing how they can work hand in hand with other media to create great campaigns.
Snapchat eyes brand dollars 2 days ago
Snapchat, the mobile app that allows users to send messages that disappear after up to ten seconds, is planning to bring in brand advertising.
Anti-theft device: IAB steps up ad fraud fight with protection paper 2 days ago
The IAB has put out a paper on ad fraud, defining the ways in which “nefarious entities” skim away brand dollars by generating false ad views, clicks and site visits using programs created explicitly to defraud.
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