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Maxus Global’s Campaign for the Indian Automotive Manufacturer Wins this Year’s Grand Prix at the World Media Awards The winners of the 2017 [more…]
AudienceScience, the programmatic technology that helps advertisers and agencies make the most of their digital ad spend, has partnered with Grapeshot, a global technology company providing tools to navigate advertising and marketing choice, to offer enhanced contextual targeting support at global scale.
As a result, advertisers and agencies using the AudienceScience platform can now target web pages and mobile applications in 30 languages based upon the contextual relevancy of a page or app to their brand. [more…]
Today, human behavioural research agency, The Mix, announces its partnership with Sheffield Doc/Fest as it launches its Boomer Pitch competition; the first-ever partnership between a research agency and Doc/Fest.
Five filmmakers will have the chance to pitch at the Festival and two winners will walk away with a £5,000 commission to produce a short film that will help to dispel myths about, and look afresh at, what it means to be a Baby Boomer.
Having identified that Baby Boomers (people age 55 to 70 years old) are often labelled as out of touch, set in their ways and adverse to change - The Mix is seeking to invest in ideas that will harness the power of documentary film-making to challenge these stereotypes and present fresh insights through bold, distinctive, character-driven stories.
The World Media Group (WMG), a strategic alliance of ten of the world’s leading premium media brands, was conscious of the growing demand from advertisers for better viewability performance. In addition, in an era of fake news, it wanted to explore whether ads seen on trusted media websites were viewed more attentively by consumers.
It therefore commissioned analysis to assess the overall performance of the inventory of WMG brands during Q3 2016. [more…]
Reflecting the truly international nature of the WMAs, entries poured in from all corners of the world including the USA, Germany, Pakistan and the Faroe Islands – and targeted audiences from around the globe including Asia, LatAm, North America, Europe, Africa, Australasia and the Middle East. The Awards also attracted some of the world’s top brands, such as Michelin, Universal Pictures, Shell, EY (formerly Ernst & Young) and McDonalds.