News! Queen! Sweets! Trailers! Logos! Karate! Cats! Bananas!

  • Woop
  • February 23, 2012
  • Ben Fahy

Youtube VideoAnd now, the heavily edited news.

Youtube VideoThe Cosmopolitan channels Queen in this spot shot by The Sweet Shop's Steve Ayson.

Youtube VideoNike's sweet confections.

Youtube VideoRobert Sarkies' new movie Two Little Boys looks good. This movie, however, could quite possibly be the most ridiculous thing ever made.

Youtube VideoFrom the mouths of babes.

Youtube VideoSweet Karate rap.

Youtube VideoIt's dubstep hipster cat.


Youtube VideoA trippy old ad for Dole bananas, with the great slogan "If you feel it, peel it."

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Is consolidation the way of the future?

  • Advertising
  • January 18, 2019
  • Caitlin Salter
Is consolidation the way of the future?

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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