AdNews Illustration: Zuckerberg, Clinton and Will Easton

By AdNews | 11 May 2018

The May issue has landed and it's the first full AdNews edition with our new team fully settled in.

As you can see it contains a handful of changes, most notably the front cover.

But, there's also an injection of fun with our tongue-in-cheek illustration. For this issue we thought it might be fun to have a laugh with the good people at Facebook and Cricket Australia. What better way to welcome our new look illustrations than with a bit of 'data tampering'. Not sure what we mean? Have a look for yourself.

Facebook May Cartoon

It's not just the cover and illustration that have changed, below is a snapshot of what you'll get in the latest issue:

Adland Secrets: Confessions of a media network adman gone solo.

The Work: A look at V Energy and TKT Sydney’s Wasteland with a V ad.

Spotlight: We shine a light on smaller or more unique agencies in the industry that are making a big impact. This month we meet shopper marketing agency 31st Second.

Agenda: Digital out of home explored 

Meet the Team: Creative indie The Glue Society is still sticking to the unknown after 20 years.

The Big Question: What is radical transparency and who actually cares? Pubmatic, Grapeshot and The Trade Desk weigh in.

Campaign Review: AFL versus the NRL: Who scores when it comes to advertising?

Spotted: General pics from across adland such as the odd Jules Lund selfie, adland execs in charity events and Channel Nine's karaoke battle, there's plenty of pics monthly update on the faces of adland from industry events.

In-print you get access to in-depth features, people stories, and much more. And as a taster of what’s to come, there’s also a special New Zealand issue (yep the whole issue) in the works, Power 50 and much more on people and culture. See here for 'Behind the new look AdNews'.

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