Ten things you need to know: Top Gear, Telegraph, Nabs – CampaignLive

CampaignLiveTen things you need to know: Top Gear, Telegraph, NabsCampaignLiveAnomaly wins Top Gear, Telegraph hires chief customer officer, and more highlights from the ad and media industries this week. 1. Anomaly wins Top Gear brief. Anomaly London has won a brief to create a global campaign ahead of the new series of Top …and more »

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Pitch update: Npower, TfL, P&G, Signet – CampaignLive

CampaignLivePitch update: Npower, TfL, P&G, SignetCampaignLiveProcter & Gamble has confirmed Publicis Worldwide as its global creative agency for all of its dishwasher products, a move revealed on Monday on Campaignlive.co.uk. In January, P&G pitted its two existing agencies – Publicis Worldwide in the US and …

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Creativity thrives when the team has skin in the game – CampaignLive

CampaignLiveCreativity thrives when the team has skin in the gameCampaignLiveAnyway, all of this is a preamble to the real business of entrepreneurialism, and why it's such a vital life force in our industry. Most of our greatest agencies have local entrepreneurial roots and – at their best – their corridors still echo with the …

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Channel 4 backed over TV funding deals – CampaignLive

CampaignLiveChannel 4 backed over TV funding dealsCampaignLiveAdam Stanhope, a director of GCI Film, said Channel 4 "should be praised, not called to task, for the deals they strike" because programme finance is bringing in new funding to TV, "which in turn feeds our UK creative industries". GCI Film has worked …and more »

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Channel 4 backed over TV funding deals – CampaignLive