Campaign podcast

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Welcome to Campaign magazine's podcast, our weekly look at the biggest stories, campaigns and important issues in UK advertising and media. The podcast is hosted by Campaign's media and technology editor Omar Oakes. Read more at http://www.campaignlive.co.uk/resources/podcasts

  1. 1.
    47: Prince Philip media controversy and rethinking pitching practices
    19:14
  2. 2.
    46: How Uncommon won agency of the year
    21:43
  3. 3.
    45: Publicis/Havas merger rumours, B&Q's perfect timing, media agencies under spotlight
    41:38
  4. 4.
    44: Why does the ad industry still seem like a 'private members' club'?
    53:43
  5. 5.
    43: Populism v high art, Nike’s celebration of mums’ strength and W&K’s future
    41:14
  6. 6.
    42: ITV's 'Harry & Meghan' hit, Maltesers, Deliveroo and Andy Nairn
    49:54
  7. 7.
    41: How to be an ethical advertiser, Bodyform's Pain Museum and Airbnb's media bombshell
    54:46
  8. 8.
    40: Can therapy save an agency's broken client relationship?
    37:49
  1. 9.
    39: KFC's mashups with Walkers and Pizza Hut + building your network despite lockdown
    55:52
  2. 10.
    38: Neurodiversity and creativity, state of the TV market, and Super Bowl roundup
    44:20
  3. 11.
    37: Becoming creative 'factories' and ditching line managers
    53:42
  4. 12.
    36: Pitch, please: why are there so many new-business reviews?
    58:08
  5. 13.
    35: Why cultural 'fit' has backfired
    52:58
  6. 14.
    34: Bringing creative and media together (but not just for big brands)
    54:03
  7. 15.
    33: Special edition: What is the Snapchat Generation and how can adland protect younger workers during Covid?
    41:24
  8. 16.
    32: Media review of 2020: streaming wars, ecommerce explosions, and agency restructures
    48:53
  9. 17.
    31: Creative review of 2020: making Covid ads, dealing with crisis and WFH pitfalls
    52:04
  10. 18.
    30: What Twitter is learning about you and Wavemaker's media warnings
    37:06
  11. 19.
    29: Making Christmas ads in the era of the coronavirus pandemic
    35:03
  12. 20.
    28: Trump dumped: what a Joe Biden presidency means for media and advertising
    35:23
  13. 21.
    27: Facebook's Nicola Mendelsohn on building brilliant brands, Nick Emery's exit and brands becoming political
    52:55
  14. 22.
    26: YouTube on the future of TV and reshaping the UK's creative map
    51:20
  15. 23.
    25: The state of podcast advertising and why Dentsu is merging iProspect with Vizeum
    54:00
  16. 24.
    24: Instagram turns 10 and Byron Sharp's Covid marketing warnings
    49:03
  17. 25.
    23: Graduates attempt to beat the hiring freeze and ITV's anti-racism ad
    51:31
  18. 26.
    22: Rival Saatchi agencies' secret talks and tackling discrimination in ads casting
    56:24
  19. 27.
    21: Ageism row in adland and marketers open up about Covid struggles
    44:51
  20. 28.
    20: Rethinking the events industry for the coronavirus age
    35:38
  21. 29.
    19: The future of account management
    40:43
  22. 30.
    18: Bodyform, Viagra and breaking taboos about sex and bodies
    31:57
  23. 31.
    17: Adland bullying; confronting the 'last taboo'
    44:34
  24. 32.
    16: Google and Facebook dominance leads to costlier and less effective ads
    43:12
  25. 33.
    15: Facebook's boycott, virtual Cannes, and David Jones's warnings for adland and Zuckerberg
    56:20
  26. 34.
    14: What 'action' should look like for tackling racism in our industry
    50:57
  27. 35.
    13: NCA's Halifax coup, causes for optimism, and GroupM's Brian Wieser on global marketing trends
    53:53
  28. 36.
    12: How pitching for ad accounts may never be the same again
    47:03
  29. 37.
    11: Covid-19 mixed messages, agencies' post-pandemic futures, and the programmatic puzzle
    44:38
  30. 38.
    10: Inside the Campaign Experience Awards
    24:43
  31. 39.
    9: School Reports 2020
    28:12
  32. 40.
    8: Pandemic crisis latest and how the radio sector is adapting
    46:05
  33. 41.
    7: What now for live-events marketing?
    34:32
  34. 42.
    6: The 'working from home' special
    44:52
  35. 43.
    5: Agency of the Year special
    31:17
  36. 44.
    4: Are brands getting it wrong over International Women's Day?
    46:27
  37. 45.
    3: Burger King bets on mind over mouldy matter
    40:50
  38. 46.
    2: Sex, lies and Dave
    45:54
  39. 47.
    1: Why is adland still too slow in closing the BAME leadership gap?
    46:31
  40. 48.
    13: Christmas Special 2019
    35:35
  41. 49.
    12: Campaign Newscast: Mark Read takes charge at WPP
    29:56
  42. 50.
    11: Y&R London’s Jon Burley and Paul Lawson discuss their relationship and how to breathe life back into a tired agency brand
    32:37

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