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Giles Keeble: in a divided world are ads striving to be politically correct?

As the world post-Brexit and post-Trump election seems to be getting more divisive, ads seem to be falling over themselves to be more politically correct. This is perhaps especially noticeable because of the amount of slice-of-life stuff there is out ...

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Can new agency Krow cut it for Labour?

At some point most independent agencies of note have a decision to make: do we take on the Labour Party? The Tories tend to cherry pick talent from the bigger networks these days although M&C Saatchi usually pops up in ...

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Victoria Luck of Buzzoole picks her Desert Island Ads

Victoria Luck is managing director at Buzzoole UK, an influencer marketing platform founded in Naples, Italy’s fast-growing tech centre. Buzzoole connects brands with influencers to help them take their message beyond the traditional marketing channels. Luck (below) has spent her ...

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JWT’s “put me in a box” says Johnson as l’affaire Martinez rumbles on

They still don’t seem to be happy bunnies at JWT New York despite chief communications officer Erin Johnson’s return to work and the replacement of macho global CCO Gustavo Martinez by the supposedly nicer Brit Tamara Ingram. The rather large ...

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Johnnie Walker backs Clinton in Anomaly’s election ad

It’s the big day tomorrow (Tuesday) in the US and the rest of the world besides. Last week we were a bit sceptical about a JWT report that reckoned younger people (sometimes) got their political messages from brands. Well here’s ...

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