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Johnson & Johnson reviews global media

Johnson & Johnson reviews global media

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My Media Week: Anna Jones

My Media Week: Anna Jones

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From window to shop: YouTube woos brands with ecommerce plans

From window to shop: YouTube woos brands with ecommerce plans

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Stella Artois backs 70s-set Gallic thriller The Connection via film bursary

Stella Artois backs 70s-set Gallic thriller The Connection via film bursary

Stella Artois has launched the second phase of its film bursary, endorsing a French-made gangster movie set in the criminal underbelly of 1970s Marseilles.

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TfL pledges to 'up its game' on digital ad revenue

TfL pledges to 'up its game' on digital ad revenue

Transport for London is increasing the ad space available on its website as part of plans to grow revenue from its commercial estate.

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Consumers want more from digital posters

Digital technology has revolutionised the outdoor industry - offering consumers the chance to connect and interact in increasingly inventive ways. Brands are taking full advantage and passers-by are often targeted with tailored ad experiences, but is that what consumers really want from digital posters?

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Deputy editor Janine Gibson to leave the Guardian after 17 years

Deputy editor Janine Gibson to leave the Guardian after 17 years

Janine Gibson, editor-in-chief of the Guardian website and a deputy editor of Guardian News & Media, is leaving the publisher after 17 years, following her failed bid to replace outgoing editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger.

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Tango returns to advertising after two years with off-brand TV ad

Tango returns to advertising after two years with off-brand TV ad

Tango has returned to advertising after a two-year hiatus on Saturday with a deliberately sappy and off-brand TV spot.

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Pimm's launches weather activated OOH campaign

Pimm's launches weather activated OOH campaign

Diageo, the drinks giant, has launched a digital out-of-home campaign for Pimm's, which will activate when the weather reaches a temperature of 21 degrees.

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Tango returns to advertising after two years with off-brand TV ad

Tango returns to advertising after two years with off-brand TV ad

Tango has returned to advertising after a two-year hiatus on Saturday with a deliberately sappy and off-brand TV spot.

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Why D&AD's first Black Pencil for Radio in 32 years is significant

Why D&AD's first Black Pencil for Radio in 32 years is significant

Last week's Black Pencil was important because it is a rare example of what can be done with radio, a medium not often taken seriously creatively.

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