For 20 years the David Bain Family Murders have captured New Zealand’s imagination and now they’re doing so in a 10-part podcast series that dives deep into the controversial case.
It’s a question on all marketer’s minds, where should those advertising dollars be invested. Should they go to a platform like TV that reaches a mass audience, or should they go to niche audiences through one of digital’s ever growing number of doors to a specific demographic? NZME’s general manager of content marketing and experiential, Cassie Roma, sees experiential as a solution to the debate.
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.
In the first of an irregular series of podcasts where we interview an assortment of highly creative, annoyingly successful and sometimes completely mad humans from across the marketing, media and advertising industries, we’ve set the bar pretty high: Bob Hoffman, AKA The Ad Contrarian.