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Campaign shows it can still party at Cannes

Campaign shows it can still party at Cannes

Good to see that Campaign could still throw a pretty good party at last week’s Cannes Lions. And doesn’t the logo/typography (on the sail-type banners) still look great? Almost a lost art of course, and all thanks to eccentric Swiss ...

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Felix Dennis: the secrets of my success

Felix Dennis: the secrets of my success

Maverick publisher Felix Dennis (Viz, Auto Express, The Week and many others, some of which he picked up from people who’d run out of money) has died from cancer aged 67. Here he is telling Sky’s Jeff Randall how he ...

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Pierre Naggar: now programmatic ad buying targets TV

Pierre Naggar: now programmatic ad buying targets TV

The presence of ad tech at Cannes Lions has grown dramatically over recent years and last week’s festival brought this to light. As consumers are faced with information overload, brands are finding personalised targeting more important than ever before in ...

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Matt Williams: my alternative Cannes Lions

Matt Williams: my alternative Cannes Lions

Cannes 2014: And finally, another crazy Cannes week comes to a close. Ad execs across the world head back to their agencies with their skin a little more tanned, their livers a little less functional, and hopefully, their pride still ...

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’24 Hours of Happy’ is Cannes creative highlight

’24 Hours of Happy’ is Cannes creative highlight

Cannes 2014: You’ve probably had enough Cannes by now (if you’re an England football supporter you’ve probably had enough of life – what is Luis Suarez on?) but we ought to note, belatedly, the achievement of Pharrell Williams’ ’24 Hours ...

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Starcom Mediavest wins Media Network gong

Starcom Mediavest wins Media Network gong

Cannes 2014: Publicis Groupe’s Starcom MediaVest has won the Media Network of the Year award at the Cannes Lions with a rather unimpressive-sounding three silver lions, nine bronzes and 14 shortlists. Obviously these totted up to more than anybody else ...

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