Energy Online is back with its humorous 'No Regerts' campaign; this time following home buyers who quickly regret moving house.
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Ordinary, kinky, chunky, sassy and stubby; Huckleberry celebrates the beauty of organics by embracing misshapen carrots in its latest TVC as a part of a new EcoStore Xventure television show sponsorship.
The Commercial Communications Council has released the finalists for the upcoming Axis Awards and it’s set to be Colenso BBDO’s night for the second year running as it makes the list 80 times. The agency is followed by DDB Group’s 53 mentions, Ogilvy & Mather’s 41, Clemenger BBDO Wellington’s 37 and FCB’s 33. We check out some of the work set to score on the night.
Stuff has announced a plan to close or sell some of its community and rural newspapers, with 28 mastheads set to be affected.
Mainland is hoping to prove its brand proposition that 'Good things take time' in a puzzling new campaign, via Colenso BBDO.
Out-of-home revenue grew 18 percent for 2017 and static remains strong, according to the latest report from the Outdoor Media Association of New Zealand (OMANZ).
A round of applause for Fire and Emergency New Zealand, Lotto New Zealand and ASB.
Chinese Herald owner Lili Wang has a classic immigrant story. She originally arrived in New Zealand with nothing but a ceaseless ambition to make something of her new life. And she has done just that, commencing her career in banking, starting her own business and eventually purchasing the Chinese Herald. Now, as she sits down to chat with NZ Marketing, she says her sights are set on building a bridge between the Chinese and what she calls "mainstream" communities in New Zealand.
Pinning down progression can be difficult and vague to measure; for some, it's taking their first mouthful while for others, it's an excursion to the moon. ASB and True have explored the idea in a new campaign that relaunches the ‘One Step Ahead’ platform.
Vice is continuing its exploration of New Zealand’s untold stories with the release of a new Zealandia episode that takes a look at how the addictive and dangerous drug, ‘synnies’ is affecting the lives of West Aucklanders. We talk to producer Ursula Williams about the decision to tackle the issue with personal stories.
Two armoured truck driver friends are the stars of Lotto New Zealand's latest ad.
Following MediaWorks’ media event yesterday, the company has announced a few changes for 2018; including a new lifestyle channel ThreeLife, a new corporate brand identity, a shuffling of radio presenters and the return of familiar shows. StopPress talks with chief content officer Andrew Szusterman and head of programming and acquisitions Ben Quinn about the new channel, why we're seeing another season of Married at First Sight New Zealand, and the consistency in what they do.
Brewers Association of New Zealand enlists famous local boozers to push the real beauty of beer, but is it another example of 'fake transparency'?
The Brewers Association of New Zealand and Assignment Group are on a mission to educate Kiwis about the nutritional content of beer with the help of beer-lovers Robbie Magasiva, Antonia Prebble, Eric Murray and Hollie Smith. But not all are convinced the companies behind the campaign are being entirely truthful.
While 'someone took your nose' is typically associated with humour, in the case of Fire and Emergency New Zealand's new campaign, via FCB, a missing nose puts you at risk while you sleep.
Amazon's Alexa has teamed up with Sky TV, enabling viewers to verbally activate the digitised helper to inform users what's on and help them find content to watch.