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New analysis shows that quality journalism continues to win the war on attention

New analysis shows that quality journalism continues to win the war on attention

by on May 17, 2018

Latest figures revealed by the World Media Group (WMG), a strategic alliance of ten of the world’s leading international media brands, demonstrate the growing ‘premium’ effect that is boosting the performance of ad campaigns when viewed within a high quality, trusted editorial environment.

Independent analysis from SaaS analytics and measurement firm, Moat, demonstrates that premium digital inventory (comprising digital inventory across all WMG brands) in 2017* outperforms Moat’s benchmarks by between 16% and 73%.  World Media Group (WMG) [more…]

Shell lights the way with top prize at the 2018 World Media Awards

Shell lights the way with top prize at the 2018 World Media Awards

by on March 23, 2018

Shell and MediaCom win Grand Prix with Shell Brand GravityLight & Bedtime Stories Campaign

The winners across the eight categories of the 2018 World Media Awards were announced last night at an exclusive VIP event held at The Ham Yard Hotel in London.

Hosted by the World Media Group*, the World Media Awards, now in their third year, are the only global awards to recognise brands, agencies and media partners who, together, create the most effective cross platform, cross border, content-driven advertising campaigns. [more…]

Washington Post’s Winchurch-Beale appointed World Media Group President for second year in management team restructure

by on January 25, 2018

New Team Extends World Media Awards Entry Deadline by a Week to Thursday 1st February

The World Media Group, a strategic alliance of the world’s leading international publications, announced a new structure of its management team today, appointing two vice presidents to support, Emma Winchurch-Beale in her role of World Media Group President.

Alexandra Delamain, SVP Head of Sales and Client Services, EMEA for The Economist and Stephen Murphy, Global Brand Director for National Geographic, take on the additional roles of VP World Media Group, effective immediately. Winchurch-Beale, International Sales Director at the Washington Post, is the first World Media Group president to continue in the role for a second year. [more…]

The World Media Group welcomes three new associate members as it celebrates its 20th Anniversary

The World Media Group welcomes three new associate members as it celebrates its 20th Anniversary

by on January 17, 2018

Ad tech firms Rezonence and Smartology, along with science and technology institute and media owner, The Smithsonian, are to become the first associate members of the World Media Group as it celebrates its 20th anniversary.

To date members of the World Media Group, a strategic alliance of organisations who are committed to promoting award winning journalism and the role of international media, have comprised only global media brands – currently The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Time, The New York Times, National Geographic, Newsweek, Forbes, Fortune, The Economist and Bloomberg Media Group. [more…]

Research : Wealthy consumers turn to international TV channels in an era of fake news

Research : Wealthy consumers turn to international TV channels in an era of fake news

by on November 23, 2017

An independent research survey carried out by IPSOS amongst 28,000 Affluent Europeans has identified that these wealthy consumers are turning to international TV channels for [more…]

Allianz appoints Delete for Digital Strategy & Online Overhaul

Allianz appoints Delete for Digital Strategy & Online Overhaul

by on November 8, 2017

Following a competitive pitch, Allianz UK has appointed digital agency Delete.

Delete will act as Allianz’ digital consultancy, advising on how their digital channels can be better optimised to support brokers, drive engagement and increase sales across their product portfolio.

Delete’s strategic programme will focus on understanding Allianz’s business needs and customer behaviour, using the insights to redefine the role their digital channels will play in their sales process. [more…]

The World Media Awards – for international content driven advertising – are now open for entry

The World Media Awards – for international content driven advertising – are now open for entry

by on November 8, 2017

The World Media Awards 2018 (WMAs) have now opened for entry, offering eight categories that will celebrate the best in cross platform, cross border, content-driven advertising.

The free-to-enter awards are now in their third year and offer the winners the opportunity to be acknowledged as global leaders in international content-led advertising.  The WMAs are unique in not only giving recognition of the category winners’ work through the trophy on the night, but by also celebrating all winning campaigns in a world-wide advertising campaign valued at €500k.

The winners’ ad campaign runs across leading international media brands The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Time, The New York Times, National Geographic, Newsweek, Fortune, The Economist and Bloomberg - all members of the World Media Group which runs the WMAs. [more…]

Delete unveils new branded content collaboration with Movember and WeTransfer

Delete unveils new branded content collaboration with Movember and WeTransfer

by on October 12, 2017

Latest : The Movember Foundation has partnered with digital agency Delete to deliver a branded content campaign to support Movember this autumn.

Following a donation of free ad space from WeTransfer, Delete worked in collaboration with Movember to take advantage of the support the site’s seven million impressions would give the charity’s 2017 campaign. In line with the visual nature of WeTransfer,

Delete has designed a series of digital canvases to bring the campaign to life in an artistic manner, aimed to inspire new ‘Mo Bros’ and ‘Mo Sistas’ to sign up and raise awareness that Movember is much more than just growing a moustache.  http://www.deleteagency.com

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New research from equimedia reveals that over nine in ten of Mum’s favourite brands offer poor mobile experience

by on August 2, 2017

According to research released today by digital media agency, equimedia, 91% of the brand websites handpicked by Mums have poor mobile website speeds.

The digital media specialists looked at mobile website download speeds based on Babycentre’s Welcome To Mums 2017 list of recommended baby products, and discovered that only two of the top listed brands achieved a ‘good’ rating when it came to mobile download speeds.

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Confused.com appoints Delete to deliver customer experience innovation

Confused.com appoints Delete to deliver customer experience innovation

by on July 24, 2017

Latest: Following a four-month competitive pitch focused on demonstrating digital innovation, car savings site Confused.com has appointed digital agency Delete to transform the customer experience (CX) of the brand’s digital platform.

The project comes as part of a wider initiative by the organisation to focus the brand towards its core motoring offering and strengthen its position as a leader in the UK market.

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