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Our newscast comes from the Groucho Club in Soho, where Campaign was staging a photo shoot with the great and the good of UK advertising ahead of the magazine's 50th birthday.Brian Wieser, the senior analyst at Pivotal Research Group and Wall Street's go-to expert on the ad industry, joined global-editor-in-chief Claire Beale and global head of media Gideon Spanier to discuss Read's plans and WPP's financial outlook. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
6 Sep 2018
1: The Sorrell saga: a Campaign podcast dissecting the news
In Campaign’s first weekly news podcast, James Murphy, the group chief executive of Adam&EveDDB, and Helen Calcraft, a founder of Lucky Generals, join Campaign’s Gideon Spanier and Claire Beale to re-live the drama of Sir Martin Sorrell’s resignation from WPP, assess his legacy and debate what’s next for the man and the company. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19 Apr 2018
13: Christmas Special 2019
Rick Brim, David Kolbusz and Chaka Sobhani join Claire Beale to talk Christmas ads, Agency of the Decade and… jingles. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
5 Dec 2019
6: #6: Diversity
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12 Jul 2018
1: Campaign Newscast: magazine sector in buoyant mood at the PPA Festival
The Campaign newscast goes to the PPA Festival where Magnetic's Sue Todd and Enders Analysis' Douglas McCabe joined global editor-in-chief Claire Beale and head of media Gideon Spanier.The mood was buoyant at the annual festival of magazine media in London as Todd and McCabe said there has been a swingback in favour of trusted, premium content.New revenue streams such as commerce are growing and there is renewed investor interest in the sector, according to McCabe.The newscast also discussed the launch of PAMCo, the new joint industry audience measurement tool, and Enders' forthcoming research, Passion Pays, about magazine media's unique ability to tap into reader passions such as food and home improvement and build communities. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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The Marketing Mind 5 - the post-everything era
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38: Neurodiversity and creativity, state of the TV market, and Super Bowl roundup
Brittaney Kiefer, Campaign's creativity and culture editor, expands on her cover feature about neurodiversity in adland.The team also discuss Campaign's media agency survey of the UK TV sales houses and the state of the market amid the streaming wars and the pandemic.This week's ad review is dominated by the big-budget Super Bowl spots, but did brands play it safe this year?Running order (links to stories on Campaign's website):5:00: February issue highlights19.20: Virgin Media "Faster brings us closer" (Adam & Eve/DDB)24:40 Churchill "Slide" (Engine)27.10 Super Bowl ads: featuring T-Mobile, Doritos, Cheetos, Jeep, Amazon and RedditThis episode was hosted by Campaign's media and technology editor Omar Oakes and edited by Lindsay Riley.Listener feedback - please email firstname.lastname@example.org with "Podcast" at the beginning of the subject line.Read advertising industry news, features, and see the latest ads on campaignlive.co.uk.Follow us on Instagram: Campaign MagazineTweet Tweet @CampaignMagJoin our LinkedIn group See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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