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Stephen Broderick of FirmDecisions: why transparency in media really shouldn’t be a new concept

Transparency has dominated debate in media and marketing for the last few years. First there was the investigation, recommendations and transparency initiative from the US Association of National Advertisers (ANA) in 2016. Then P&G’s CMO Mark Pritchard gave keynote conference ...

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Sorrell comes out fighting for WPP’s media agencies

Here’s Sir Martin Sorrell entering the ring (again – in a hoodie this time) against the report by K2 and Ebiquity (not top of his Christmas card list, ever) on “media transparency” for the US National Association of National Advertisers ...

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World’s biggest advertisers crack down on transparency, ad fraud and brand safety

Who invented contracts? Some ancient Greek perhaps who should be the patron saint of lawyers despite his heathen ways. New research from the World Federation of Advertisers (WFA), which represents most big advertisers, show they’re busily rewriting contracts with their ...

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Ebiquity launches another challenge to media agencies with ROI channel guide

Ebiquity, which now describes itself as an “independent, global leader in marketing and media analytics,” is launching a new service, Total View Attribution. This purports to show clients which media channels (online and offline in combination) work best, hence contributing ...

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Sorrell warns of massive media agency upheaval

WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell (below) has been telling Campaign (which is going monthly from weekly on the eve of its 50th birthday, interestingly) that media agencies are facing a dramatic structural shift as clients decide they want “the best ...

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