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Stephen is a former editor of Marketing Week and London Evening Standard advertising columnist. He wrote City Republic for Brand Republic and is a partner in communications consultancy The Editorial Partnership.

101 takes first brave step along new Tango route

101 takes first brave step along new Tango route

‘You Know When You’ve Been Tango’d’ helped to make Howell Henry Chaldecott Lury the most famous British agency of its day and newbie (well fairly newbie) 101 has picked up the Tango baton with its debut for the Britvic fizzy ...

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Now Volkswagen reviews global media account

Now Volkswagen reviews global media account

Volkswagen is reviewing its global media account – worth more than $1bn – according to reports. WPP’s MediaCom is VW’s main media agency. VW is the latest in a seemingly never-ending stream of blue chip advertisers looking at media, others ...

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Now Diageo exits troubled BBH

Now Diageo exits troubled BBH

BBH appears to have shown big client Diageo the door, after losing Johnnie Walker to Anomaly. Despite the honeyed words coming both parties there’s no doubt that the loss of Johnnie Walker, for which BBH had produced outstanding work over ...

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Translation’s all star cast triumphs for NBA Finals

Translation’s all star cast triumphs for NBA Finals

The NBA in the US has been running its ‘Lessons in Storytelling’ campaign (those stories are everywhere these days) and here’s the last instalment, ‘The Greatest Endings,’ for the NBA finals. From agency Translation and Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow, through ...

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Wieden HQ exhumes Colonel Sanders for KFC debut

Wieden HQ exhumes Colonel Sanders for KFC debut

Wieden+Kennedy Portland has won the whopper Kentucky Fried Chicken account and, as you’d expect, has departed from the usual fast food menu – sort of. It’s KFC’s 75th anniversary so the agency has decided to bring back the world’s most ...

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