Take a gander at the Glossies

  • Glossies
  • July 17, 2012
  • Ben Fahy
Take a gander at the Glossies

Due to a combination of rain fade, La Niña, the dog eating it and launching a new website, the June round of The Glossies is a bit late. But absence makes the heart grow fonder, so hopefully that's the case with online polls based around magazine advertising. So take a gander at this month's contenders and vote for your favourite.

Each monthly winner will receive a lunch for four at Snapdragon in the Auckland Viaduct and at the end of the monthly competition the entries that have scored the most votes—as well as a few wildcard entries—will be shortlisted for New Zealand's Best Magazine Ad. This will be judged by a panel of experts and handed out at a special event next year, with the winning team receiving a travel package provided by the MPA valued at $10,000.

There's only one vote per computer, but, in keeping with the spirit of marketing, feel free to use your various networks to help drum up support.

  • To see a full gallery of Glossies entries from past months click here and to enter your ad in the next round click here.

For more information and a full list of terms and conditions check out www.theglossies.co.nz.

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Industry welcomes KPEX, but also asks a few questions

  • Media
  • October 9, 2015
  • Damien Venuto
Industry welcomes KPEX, but also asks a few questions

While yesterday's announcement by the nation's big four publishers about the creation of a joint ad exchange has largely been welcomed by the industry as positive move that could, if effective, serve to keep a bigger chunk of ad spend in the local market rather than feeding it into the international exchanges, it has also raised a few questions that will need to be answered as it comes into effect. We chat to the big brains at Countdown, Foodstuffs, OMD, Vivaki, Acquire Online, ANZA, Bauer and TVNZ about their thoughts on this move.

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