Monthly Archives: December, 2018
Guyon Espiner is stepping down from RNZ’s Morning Report presenter role next year in a series of radio presenter changes.
Nine months into Think TV, we ask chairman Glen Kyne to reflect on what New Zealand’s first television collective has achieved in the last year and what we can look forward to in 2019.
There was plenty to celebrate last night at the Campaign Agency of the Year 2018 Awards as local agencies took to the stage, with DDB New Zealand and Special Group collecting the most gongs.
November saw another great selection of new adverts but there can only be one winner of the Colmar Brunton Ad Impact Award and this month it is New World with ‘Enjoy Better’.
With 2018 coming to an end, StopPress talks to Michael Boggs, NZME’s chief executive officer, about the highs of radio in 2018, including on-air and online performance, as well as what’s in store for NZME’s 2019 offering.
Graham Medcalf takes a look at the week that was, covering gift giving, 50+ Christmas spending, the tech giants’ share of digital advertising dollars, the move away from Facebook, and extravagant spend increasing credibility.
Tourism New Zealand and MBIE have created an integrated campaign directly targeting campers to help educate and encourage responsible camping this summer.
Spark PR & Activate has promoted Katie Walton to general manager.
It’s difficult for a company to stand out in a crowded marketplace, and not let itself deteriorate among the pressure of its competitors. While Genesis was beginning to age, it decided to breathe new life and purpose into its brand with incredible results.
When Reuben and Melissa Woods started Woods Agency in their spare bedroom in Papamoa Beach back in 2004, they only had one regular client, bedroom furniture company Design Mobel. Fourteen years on, their client list spans the length of New Zealand and into the Pacific Islands. We chat with Reuben about how they built an agency that focuses on developing regional companies into world-class brands.
Last month, Rainger & Rolfe blew out five candles to top off what managing partner Ant Rainger is calling “the best year yet”. To find out why, StopPress sat down with Rainger and his managing partner Jen Rolfe to reflect on the last five years and what’s to come for the indie.