SABRE Awards, Gold Sabre Award For Multicultural Marketing, EMEA, 2018
Inter-Religious Council in Bosnia and Herzegovina, a non-governmental organization, launched the One Book for Peace campaign in the Balkans to draw on the similarities between messages in the Bible and the Quran.
SANTA MONICA: The US may not be sending a team to this summer’s World Cup in Russia, but brands will still be able to tap into plenty of interest among the Latino community, according to a Panini executive.
MUMBAI: VICE, the youth media brand, has officially launched its operation in India, in partnership with The Times of India Group, as it targets what will be the youngest country in the world in a couple of years’ time.
GLOBAL: Publishers are on the front line for GDPR compliance and have a unique opportunity to deliver transparency and boost consumer trust while also addressing issues such as ad blocking, an industry figure maintains.
Adrian Newby, WARC Best Practice, March 2018
Provides publishers with essential information on how to prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation, which increases compliance obligations around the collection and processing of personal data.
NEW YORK: The New Yorker, the highbrow US cultural magazine, is in the fortunate position of generating two-thirds (65%) of its income from subscribers, but it wants to go further by almost doubling its paid circulation to two million by 2023.
NEW YORK: One of the first online-only magazines, Salon, has unveiled a new feature on its site that will allow the publisher to find revenue even when a user has an ad blocker: by giving them the option to donate unused computing power “to ...
Direct Marketing Association - UK, Gold, 2017
The Economist, a British newspaper, used conversation of the 2017 UK snap general election to encourage people to subscribe to, or request a free copy of, the paper by utilising Snapchat, press ads and reactive outdoor.
MRS Awards, Finalist, Applications of Research, 2017
The Economist, a British magazine-style newspaper, created a cultural research programme using a longitudinal, multi-method approach, to gain an insight into peoples' perceptions during a trust crisis.
SYDNEY: Despite falling circulations, Australian magazine publishers still have quite a lot going for them in terms of readership profiles and purchase influence, but they are failing to persuade agencies of their case, an industry figure has ...
Brooke Hemphill, Event Reports, Mumbrella Publish, October 2017
Australian magazine publishers are struggling to break through with media agencies in the digital age – but according to industry experts, the future can still be bright if publishers are willing to make some changes.
HONG KONG/SYDNEY: The Economist, the UK weekly business magazine, places heavy emphasis on boosting circulation rather than advertising for its revenues, and as it seeks to increase its subscriber base, it now has Australia in its sights.
Jack McLaren, Dan Radford, WARC Media Awards, Gold, Best Use of Data, 2017
Disney launched Rogue One, its second film in the Lucasfilms Star Wars franchise, using a data and technology infrastructure that enabled a personalised video and content experience across multiple platforms.
Ed Cracknell, WARC Awards, Gold, Effective Social Strategy, 2017
This case study shows how BT Sports, a sports broadcaster, successfully kicked off its summer programming in the UK with a campaign that recreated famous football moments and asked fans to submit their own.
Hristos Varouhas, Jamie Mackay and Kent Pearson, Account Planning Group Australia, Grand Prix, Creative Planning Awards, 2006
Despite significant marketing investment, prior to mid 2004 growth in the Australian broadband internet market had stalled at around 6% household penetration, well below that of similar OECD countries like UK, Canada and South Korea at the time.