Measurements of audience behaviour as well as numbers has become a crucial feature of advertising platforms looking to rope in the spend with billboards and televisions already paying attention to responses of its viewers. And now Val Morgan is bringing that to local cinema screens with the introduction of its CineTam Plus tool.
Even though fake news has been identified as one of the big villains of 2016, TRA’s Colleen Ryan doesn’t believe we are now going to be immune to its influence.
If there’s one thing that the US presidential election taught us, it’s that speaking about your competition (even if you have a very compelling argument) probably isn’t a good idea.And with this in mind, it’s somewhat surprising that Skinny mobile would reference the 2degrees Christmas campaign in a new advertisement, recently seen at the Spark offices, saying: “Don’t waste your time hunting for 2degrees’ data”.
‘Just do it’, it’s ‘Sure to rise’ and ‘Finger lickin’ good’. Read over these slogans and you immediately know the brands behind them. Slogans, in any context, can immediately trigger brand recognition and all a company stands for—something ASB recently confirmed when changing its slogan back to ‘One step ahead’. We take a look at the decision and why the once retired idea still works today.
In a bid to woo more Australian passengers, Air New Zealand has launched a new campaign to change the airline’s perception with its neighbours across the ditch.
The ASA recently upheld a complaint against Ssangyong, which advertised an SUV as the “best value”. This was found to be misleading to consumers and showed little sense of social responsibility. In light of this finding, we take a look at where Ssangyong went wrong to see when advertisers can legally describe a product as ‘the best’.
It took over two and half years and cost around $60 million, but TVNZ has finally moved into its new office space. We chat to TVNZ chief executive Kevin Kenrick about moving back home.
It was formed through an unlikely alliance forged between four competitors. And now six months in, StopPress discovers KPEX is exceeding expectations and gaining traction in the rapidly expanding digital market.
As the final Lions were handed out over the weekend, New Zealand’s total haul of 60 over the course of the event saw the nation finish in sixth position. This result will taste particularly sweet, given that it puts New Zealand one place above our frenemies across the ditch, who only landed 58 Lions.