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Foxtel's Group GM Of Lifestyle To Depart

September 03,2018 07:34

The group general manager of Foxtel's Lifestyle group, Hannah Barnes, will exit her role at the end of October. Barnes has been part of Foxtel's Lifestyle group for the past nine years, initially serving as head of programming before being promoted to GM.

In this opinion piece, Fjord’s APAC general manager, Bronwyn van der Merwe (pictured below), offers marketers some valuable tips on using data to personalise the customer experience. The rise of connected intelligence is bringing in a new digital era: living services. These are sophisticated, contextually-aware digital services designed to anticipate and respond to our needs. […]

Australia’s media agency market continues to deliver robust results, with the July 2018 ad spend figures representing the 11th consecutive period of growth as total bookings edged 0.5 per cent higher to $542.3 million. The data continued to detail the ongoing changes in the media market, with metropolitan press growing ad spend in July by 1 per cent […]

Clemenger BBDO Melbourne has appointed two new group business directors to the NAB account, Georgia Jones (main photo) and Alex Clarke-Groom (pictured below). Jones joins the Clemenger BBDO Melbourne team from digital agency Greenfields, where she held a general manager position for two years. Prior to this, Jones held marketing consultant positions for software and e-commerce companies, […]

The NSW team at Australian independent sports media syndicator Crocmedia is bringing a three-day roadshow to key media agencies to introduce themselves to the market. Taking place throughout September in Sydney, the introductory event series will offer agencies an insight into Crocmedia’s capability to deliver brand stories nationally across Australia over multiple platforms including radio, […]

Addressing the public’s apathy towards electrical powerline safety, a new campaign from Khemistry launched yesterday for Energy Queensland power companies Energex and Ergon. Highlighting the dangers that are often ignored in relation to overhead, fallen and underground powerlines, the educational campaign reminds Queenslanders that despite being exposed to all kinds of lines throughout our lives, […]

Ten snares the rights to the Melbourne Cup which, when breaking it down, is three-and-a-half minutes once a year.

Carat staffs' summer bodies suddenly in serious jeopardy after snaring this tasty burger business.

The indomitable Mr Sandliands has given the radio ratings a right spray & that can mean one thing - he didn't win them.

It's "new balls" over at Tennis Australia after experienced adlander Josie Brown serves & volleys her way to new role.

Deakin University has launched a brand campaign, created by The Royals, highlighting the University’s commitment to a practical and applied approach to learning that prepares students for the challenges ahead. The integrated campaign, ‘Be Ready’, continues the vibrant use of colour first introduced in Deakin’s ‘Think Young’ campaign in 2016, designed to cut through the […]

Do you get irritated by brand names that start with a lower-case? Well, get an instant kick to the blood pressure here.

Like to spend inordinate amounts of time at the chemist, possibly dancing? Well, there's good news here, pharmacy fans.

China has apparently banned access to the ABC's online news. Perhaps it was too communist even for them!

2Day’s brekkie spot continues to prove radio's poisoned chalice. At the very least its low-alcohol beer or milky tea.

Apparently, you can now pay your bills in under 60 seconds instead of the usual six months most of us take.

It was The Block first & daylight second in last night's ratings. Not, B&T should stress, that daylight's a show.

Initiative Sydney says it won't be taking a "suck it and see" approach after winning the Werther’s Original business.

The Works' Tomas Haffenden casts his eye over AI's impact on creatives. And not a robotic, cyborg laser eye, either.

Anyone who's witnessed an abysmal B&T karaoke night could confirm it's vodka and not bananas making the body sing.

The City of Melbourne, interested in the potential of voice experiences, set out to create an Alexa skill to help people discover What’s On in the city. Joining forces with VERSA, Australia’s first enterprise-level voice experience agency, City of Melbourne became the first council in Australia to release a voice experience with the launch of […]

There's a "new broom" over at McCann Health today. Find out who got swept up or swept aside in this dusty read.

In what is arguably more proof the TV networks have become bereft of any new ideas comes the return of Kerri-Anne.

This opinion piece deals with cannibalism. Thankfully, of the search variety and not the old missionary in the pot.

Mitsubishi unveils new ad that's thankfully dispensed with the worst piece of copywriting of our time - "It's a Mitsi".

The secret to any good tourism ad is to tug at the heartstrings, while not tugging at other parts of the anatomy.

Warning: this article contains adult themes some readers may find distressing. Which is strange for a soft drink ad.

B&T fast replacing TV Week and New Idea as your Bachelor go-to organ of choice. Unfortunately.

If more proof were needed rugby has been abandoned by the leather elbow-patched, tweed jacket-wearing set, this is it.

Those out-of-homers are back jumping back into bed with one other quicker than a first night at Schoolies week.

Cosmo's latest cover is causing quite the stir, so grab your own spoon and weigh in on the raucous debate right here.

Admittedly, it's rare any of B&T's predictions come true, but we're tipping Mark Read for WPP CEO & Parra in the NRL.

This article comes with the tempting promise of winning a magnum. Ideally, that's Champagne and not the ice-creams.

Ten is back in the TV fight, but hopefully not like the time Ivan Drago killed Apollo Creed in Rocky IV.

Does your agency deal with gambling? Well, this comes marked "must read"; for anyone else it's marked "best avoided".

The new 24-hour news channel for regional Australia, Sky News on WIN launches this Sunday at 6am AEST on the WIN Network’s Channel 53 in northern NSW and the Gold Coast, and Channel 83 across all other WIN areas. For the first time on free-to-air television, viewers can watch award-winning Sky News national affairs programs, […]

Not to sound like anyone's mother, but smoking doesn't make you look cool. It smells and makes you grow a second head.

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