Barnes, Catmur & Friends and NZ Pure go Dutch

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  • August 7, 2011
  • StopPress Team
Barnes, Catmur & Friends and NZ Pure go Dutch

We love a good loophole here at StopPress. And despite the strict MEMA rules that aim to protect sponsors' investments, there are still plenty of them available to savvy marketers hoping to make some hay while the Big Rugby Event shines. Official sponsor Heineken is already slightly aggrieved with Steinlager's nostalgic white can campaign because of its focus on the tournament rather than the All Blacks and now Independent Liquor and Barnes, Catmur & Friends are getting in on the act with a cheeky billboard at the Auckland Airport. 

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  • January 18, 2019
  • Caitlin Salter
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The tail end of 2018 brought with it some major announcements between media companies and the booming out-of-home market. Nearly two months since NZME and Go Media enacted their partnership and MediaWorks and QMS Media announced their proposed merger, we have a chat with media agencies to see whether the latest developments are a sign of things to come.

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