25 May 2018

AdNews is all too aware of the industry’s penchant for a good natter so we’ve taken it to the airwaves in our AdNews podcast - coming to you twice a month. Recorded at Universal Music’s Forbes Street Studios, each month we’ll hear from industry execs on a myriad of topics. In addition, we also have our monthly NGEN podcast, that shines a light on young professionals and emerging leaders within the media, marketing and advertising industry.

Check out our latest podcasts below:

R/GA's consultancy play, ThinkTV versus Facebook and M&C Saatchi's The Toms

Carat's leadership changes, McCann's new era and Stan CEO Mike Sneesby

Pilot Week, Droga boss returns to KPMG, Foxtel woes and VML's Aden Hepburn

Diversity Special: DAN's Catherine Krantz and Konrad Spilva

Seven digital sales director James Bayes

IAG CEO Scott Knoll

Reflecting on the biggest stories of 2017

Live Edition: Advice for brands on reaching mainstream ethnic communities

Live Edition: The Monkeys and MLA talk diversity

Live Edition: Are marketers ignoring multicultural audiences? Mythbusting the stats

Live Edition: Box ticking diversity and one-dimensional multiculturalism

RXP and The Works

The Trade Desk's Mitch Waters & Impulse Screen Media's Carla Zipper

Bauer's Paul Merill, News Corp's Kerrie McCallum and PacMag's Emily Taylor

GroupM's John Miskelly and MCN's Nick Young

The Ad Contrarian Bob Hoffman

Special edition with Accenture Interactive

Clemenger BBDO Sydney MD Emily Perrett

Live Edition: Transparency in agency and client relationships

TBWA's Paul Bradbury, Kat Jarrett and Eleven's Roberto Pace

Ogilvy's David Fox and Toby Harrison join Comms Council's Tony Hale

WPP AUNZ's Rose Herceg, Simon Collins and Mark McCraith

M&C Saatchi & Bohemia

Atomic 212 founding trio Dooris, O'Brien and Dixon

GroupM's Mark Lollback and Katie Rigg-Smith

Carat's Ashley Earnshaw and Sam Hegg

The Cannes edition

Talking data and creativity with Google and The Hallway

SXSW: Leo Burnett CEO and Twitter MD

Sean Cummins and Kirsty Muddle

Havas Media CEO Mike Wilson and The Works creative partner Paul Swann

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