Media

Atomic finds new political angles for i newspaper

The i newspaper is still with us following the implosion of previous owner Johnson Press, somewhat controversially as it’s now owned by a consortium of Johnson’s creditors in the shape of JPI Media. JPI is running a new print campaign ...

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Adam&eve wins global brief to protect children from war, UK media rallies round in wake of Cyclone Idai disaster

Save the Children’s UK agency adam&eveDDB has been appointed to handle a new global campaign for Save the Children International with the theme Stop the War on Children. Save the Children was founded by Eglantyne Jebb 100 years ago, in ...

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Peter Reid of MSQ: the WPP diet – cutting weight fast looks healthy, but are its arteries clogged?

At WPP’s last earnings call, the second since Sir Martin Sorrell jumped ship to avoid the plank, the Ogilvy-to-Kantar behemoth rebranded. The group became a ‘creative transformation company,’ whatever that means. earlier this week, addressing the bafflement that has rippled ...

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Yonder Media wins VitaCoco coconut water

London media independent Yonder Media has been appointed as UK media agency for coconut water brand, VitaCoco, without a pitch. Vita Coco, which was founded in New York in 2004, is the world’s leading coconut water brand, and is sold ...

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Bercow puts UK government’s Brexit TV blitz in the balance

As House of Commons speaker John Bercow (below) throws a new spanner in Theresa May’s Brexit works – telling her she can’t bring back the same bill three times, which she should have known already – the UK’s TV stations ...

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Sorrell’s new S4 Capital posts promising first year numbers

Sir Martin Sorrell’s S4 Capital has released its first full year results, for 2018, which appear to show the new entity is motoring nicely. S4 includes Dutch (now international) production company MediaMonks, acquired in July last year, and programmatic media ...

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Are junk food ads living on borrowed time?

The ad industry is preparing to fight back against the threat of stricter controls on junk food advertising, as the government announces a public consultation on whether there should be a watershed for TV and online ads featuring foods high ...

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