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Cancer Research UK is hoping to raise awareness for bowel cancer, by filming 'Live from Inside the Body' to show audiences across the country what a colonoscopy looks like.
The Great StopPress 'Year in the Rear': our take on 2016—and the final week to vote for your favourites
A shotgun for your influence: magazine brands, social media stars and the battle for paid #authenticity
Warehouse Stationery have uploaded a video of paint drying (literally). The question remains, why?
Brand Spanking found itself facing questions from the Otago Daily Times, after it launched a search for staff to promote a mysterious tobacco product.
America's Radio Mercury Awards has served up some questionable inspiration for radio stars by encouraging them to push the boundaries and break the rules in a call for entries campaign.
Meat and Livestock Australia have once again caused a stir with a 'Celebrate Australia' campaign that's been criticised for misrepresenting the country's history.
The One Show bring you brainstorming—without the bath.
Nike is hoping to motivate people to get off their screens and go for a run with a dose of reality.
While brands are getting into the Christmas spirit by wishing their fans a happy holiday, none are quite as dedicated as the Icelandic vodka brand Reyka Vodka, which over two hour-long videos live streamed on Facebook wished every Icelander a happy holiday.
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Burger King and KFC are getting lit this Christmas, following the launch of a flame-grilled holiday jumper and an 11 herbs and spices scented candle.
Unicef has called on its goodwill ambassador David Beckham and his body to share a haunting message about violence towards children.
While many brands are using the end of the year to spread some cheer in ads, one is using the time to raise attention to a not so cheerful subject.