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Welcome to the Campaign Podcast, our weekly look at the biggest stories and trends in the world of advertising, marketing, media and technology.The podcast is hosted by Campaign's global technology editor Omar Oakes and produced by Ben Londesbrough.Read more at http://www.campaignlive.co.uk/resources/podcasts

Latest Episodes

YouTube on the future of TV and reshaping the UK's creative map

Campaign trio Gideon Spanier, Jeremy Lee and Omar Oakes discuss how the pandemic and Brexit are reshaping the UK's creative map; BBH and Tesco's IPA Effectiveness Awards triumph. YouTube's UK MD Ben McOwen Wilson discusses brand safety, the rise of competitors like TikTok and its role in broadcast media diversity.

51 min6 d ago
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YouTube on the future of TV and reshaping the UK's creative map

The state of podcast advertising and why Dentsu is merging iProspect with Vizeum

Omar and Gurjit discuss Dentsu's media agency merger as well as the week's biggest stories and ad campaigns - plus Georgina Holt (Acast) and Anna Vogt (TBWA\London) discuss how marketing on podcasts is changing and how the pandemic has affected user behaviour.

54 min1 w ago
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The state of podcast advertising and why Dentsu is merging iProspect with Vizeum

Instagram turns 10 and Byron Sharp's Covid marketing warnings

Omar Oakes and Jeremy Lee reflect on leading marketing academic Byron Sharp's critique of brands rushing to advertise during the pandemic, before journalist and author Sarah Frier discusses how Instagram has evolved on the eve of its tenth anniversary.

49 min2 w ago
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Instagram turns 10 and Byron Sharp's Covid marketing warnings

Graduates attempt to beat the hiring freeze and ITV's anti-racism ad

Gurjit Degun and Jeremy Lee dissect the news and get into some recent ads, including B&Q and Cadbury, and Ben Londesbrough talks to some recent graduates about trying to get into the industry during these trying times.

51 min3 w ago
Comments
Graduates attempt to beat the hiring freeze and ITV's anti-racism ad

Rival Saatchi agencies' secret talks and tackling discrimination in ads casting

UK editor-in-chief Gideon Spanier reveals what's in the new issue of Campaign - including a 'double whammy' for the Saatchi agencies - and Brittaney Kiefer's interview discusses the discrimination that still happens during casting for ads.

31 minSEP 17
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Rival Saatchi agencies' secret talks and tackling discrimination in ads casting

Ageism row in adland and marketers open up about Covid struggles

EThis week's episode brings you a sneak peek from this week's Campaign360 conference, while Omar Oakes and Jeremy Lee take a closer look at WPP CEO Mark Read's comments about age and 'that' Dettol ad.

44 minSEP 10
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Ageism row in adland and marketers open up about Covid struggles

Rethinking the events industry for the coronavirus age

Fayola Douglas, experiences editor at Campaign, is joined by Peter Heath, Managing Director of PLASA, and Helen Hanson, Founder of HEL's, an immersive events and brand experiences agency. They discuss the events industry and what needs to be done to save it, including the recent #lightitinred campaign that saw buildings illuminated across the country. (https://www.campaignlive.co.uk/article/banks-thames-turned-red-support-events-industry/1691702) The coronavirus pandemic essentially brought the live events sector to a standstill. While furlough schemes and government funding is helping, some say freelancers, self-employed people and suppliers, are not receiving the support needed. With the return to events now looking like a long slow journey, this podcast explores what the sector needs to thrive in the future. Running order: 0:00 - Intro and news with Simon Gwynn 1:00 - John Lewis dropping it's tagline 5:30 - Return to the office 9:30 - Simon’s experience of a socially distanced g...

35 minAUG 27
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Rethinking the events industry for the coronavirus age

The future of account management

Simon Gwynn is joined by Caroline Foster Kenny, global chief client officer at Wunderman Thompson, Ed Palmer, managing director at St Luke’s, and co-chair of the IPA Client Relationship Group, and Ben Caulfield, head of mothering at Mother, to talk about the new IPA report on The Future of Account Management. This podcast aims to find out whether there really is a crisis for the discipline and if so, what agencies should be doing to rectify the situation. Running order: 1:00 - Hellos to guests 6:00- What is in the IPA report? 8:00 - Is this a good vs bad thing? 11:45 - What skills need to be encouraged? 17:00 - Does it need to be a designated role? 18:30 - Comments on Paul Burke’s piece (https://www.campaignlive.co.uk/article/creative-reckons-account-management-important-department/1691787) 25:30 - The problem of diversity and what can agencies do to improve the diversity of account management 29:40 - closing thoughts 30:20 - News and ad chat with Jeremy Lee

40 minAUG 13
Comments
The future of account management

Bodyform, Viagra and breaking taboos about sex and bodies

Brittaney is joined by the creators of Bodyform’s "Womb Stories" and Viagra Connect's "Love Story"

31 minAUG 6
Comments
Bodyform, Viagra and breaking taboos about sex and bodies

Adland bullying; confronting the 'last taboo'

Grey creative Sue Higgs joins employment lawyer Shilpen Savani to discuss adland's bullying problem

44 minJUL 30
Comments
Adland bullying; confronting the 'last taboo'

Latest Episodes

YouTube on the future of TV and reshaping the UK's creative map

Campaign trio Gideon Spanier, Jeremy Lee and Omar Oakes discuss how the pandemic and Brexit are reshaping the UK's creative map; BBH and Tesco's IPA Effectiveness Awards triumph. YouTube's UK MD Ben McOwen Wilson discusses brand safety, the rise of competitors like TikTok and its role in broadcast media diversity.

51 min6 d ago
Comments
YouTube on the future of TV and reshaping the UK's creative map

The state of podcast advertising and why Dentsu is merging iProspect with Vizeum

Omar and Gurjit discuss Dentsu's media agency merger as well as the week's biggest stories and ad campaigns - plus Georgina Holt (Acast) and Anna Vogt (TBWA\London) discuss how marketing on podcasts is changing and how the pandemic has affected user behaviour.

54 min1 w ago
Comments
The state of podcast advertising and why Dentsu is merging iProspect with Vizeum

Instagram turns 10 and Byron Sharp's Covid marketing warnings

Omar Oakes and Jeremy Lee reflect on leading marketing academic Byron Sharp's critique of brands rushing to advertise during the pandemic, before journalist and author Sarah Frier discusses how Instagram has evolved on the eve of its tenth anniversary.

49 min2 w ago
Comments
Instagram turns 10 and Byron Sharp's Covid marketing warnings

Graduates attempt to beat the hiring freeze and ITV's anti-racism ad

Gurjit Degun and Jeremy Lee dissect the news and get into some recent ads, including B&Q and Cadbury, and Ben Londesbrough talks to some recent graduates about trying to get into the industry during these trying times.

51 min3 w ago
Comments
Graduates attempt to beat the hiring freeze and ITV's anti-racism ad

Rival Saatchi agencies' secret talks and tackling discrimination in ads casting

UK editor-in-chief Gideon Spanier reveals what's in the new issue of Campaign - including a 'double whammy' for the Saatchi agencies - and Brittaney Kiefer's interview discusses the discrimination that still happens during casting for ads.

31 minSEP 17
Comments
Rival Saatchi agencies' secret talks and tackling discrimination in ads casting

Ageism row in adland and marketers open up about Covid struggles

EThis week's episode brings you a sneak peek from this week's Campaign360 conference, while Omar Oakes and Jeremy Lee take a closer look at WPP CEO Mark Read's comments about age and 'that' Dettol ad.

44 minSEP 10
Comments
Ageism row in adland and marketers open up about Covid struggles

Rethinking the events industry for the coronavirus age

Fayola Douglas, experiences editor at Campaign, is joined by Peter Heath, Managing Director of PLASA, and Helen Hanson, Founder of HEL's, an immersive events and brand experiences agency. They discuss the events industry and what needs to be done to save it, including the recent #lightitinred campaign that saw buildings illuminated across the country. (https://www.campaignlive.co.uk/article/banks-thames-turned-red-support-events-industry/1691702) The coronavirus pandemic essentially brought the live events sector to a standstill. While furlough schemes and government funding is helping, some say freelancers, self-employed people and suppliers, are not receiving the support needed. With the return to events now looking like a long slow journey, this podcast explores what the sector needs to thrive in the future. Running order: 0:00 - Intro and news with Simon Gwynn 1:00 - John Lewis dropping it's tagline 5:30 - Return to the office 9:30 - Simon’s experience of a socially distanced g...

35 minAUG 27
Comments
Rethinking the events industry for the coronavirus age

The future of account management

Simon Gwynn is joined by Caroline Foster Kenny, global chief client officer at Wunderman Thompson, Ed Palmer, managing director at St Luke’s, and co-chair of the IPA Client Relationship Group, and Ben Caulfield, head of mothering at Mother, to talk about the new IPA report on The Future of Account Management. This podcast aims to find out whether there really is a crisis for the discipline and if so, what agencies should be doing to rectify the situation. Running order: 1:00 - Hellos to guests 6:00- What is in the IPA report? 8:00 - Is this a good vs bad thing? 11:45 - What skills need to be encouraged? 17:00 - Does it need to be a designated role? 18:30 - Comments on Paul Burke’s piece (https://www.campaignlive.co.uk/article/creative-reckons-account-management-important-department/1691787) 25:30 - The problem of diversity and what can agencies do to improve the diversity of account management 29:40 - closing thoughts 30:20 - News and ad chat with Jeremy Lee

40 minAUG 13
Comments
The future of account management

Bodyform, Viagra and breaking taboos about sex and bodies

Brittaney is joined by the creators of Bodyform’s "Womb Stories" and Viagra Connect's "Love Story"

31 minAUG 6
Comments
Bodyform, Viagra and breaking taboos about sex and bodies

Adland bullying; confronting the 'last taboo'

Grey creative Sue Higgs joins employment lawyer Shilpen Savani to discuss adland's bullying problem

44 minJUL 30
Comments
Adland bullying; confronting the 'last taboo'
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