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A weekly wrap of the “must-know” developments in Marketing, Media, Agency and Technology for leaders and emerging leaders in the industry. Veteran industry journalist and Mi3 Executive Editor Paul McIntyre talks each week with guest marketers who are in the know on what matters at the nexus of marketing, agencies, media and technology. Powered mostly by Human Intelligence (HI).
 
How do people greet each other and introduce themselves in Spanish? How do they talk about their lives or their everyday activities? This second edition of Portales: beginners' Spanish contains a variety of short conversations covering topics ranging from ordering a meal to discussing holiday plans. The following audio, video and slideshow collection was devised for those beginning to learn Spanish and touches upon many everyday situations and scenarios that will be interesting to learn. Thi ...
 
'Cut a large old hare in small pieces, and put it in a mug with three blades of mace, a little salt, two large onions, one red herring, six morels, half a pint of red wine, three quarts of water, bake it in a quick oven three hours...'. English cooking at its best from eighteenth-century celebrity chef, Elizabeth Raffald. Born in Doncaster, Raffald worked for 15 years as housekeeper in great houses, including that of Lady Elisabeth Warburton at Arley Hall, Cheshire, before setting up as a co ...
 
Rendez-vous du vendredi matin, le Grand Débat (7h30-8h30) est la déclinaison du Grand Témoin, à la différence près que trois personnes y participent. Au départ, ce rendez-vous toujours en direct réunissait des journalistes catholique, protestant et orthodoxe. L’originalité de cette « recette » attira un vaste public. Au fil du temps, le Grand Débat s’ouvrit à d’autres signatures, toutes portées, au-delà de la divergences de points de vue, par l’idée de discuter en vérité des trois ou quatre ...
 
“Tiger, tiger, burning bright/In the forests of the night/ What immortal hand or eye/ Could frame thy fearful symmetry?” These often quoted lines are part of The Tiger in William Blake's Songs of Innocence and Experience. In 1789, William Blake released a limited edition of the book. Being a gifted artist, poet and printmaker, he undertook to personally publish all his work himself through a very painstaking but highly artistic process of etching, thereby transferring his drawings and poems ...
 
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If you have anything to do with first party data, personalisation, audience and customer segmentation or targeting, your number is up. The Federal Government in October released an issues paper on overhauling the current Privacy Act. In this podcast we teamed up with the IAB to hear from three privacy specialists on their Privacy Heaven and Hell sc…
 
Know how to crunch the numbers on Negative Binomial Distribution? How about Excess Share of Voice (ESOV), a P&L or cashflow? A new study of Australian marketers and agencies shows most are not so confident on any of the important maths to stay with the finance team, the CEO and boards. Brand Traction’s Jon Bradshaw and VMLY&R’s Chief Strategy Offic…
 
Australia is about to embark on a world first cross media measurement experiment that owes at least some of its DNA to fake ads created by Disney and run across its TV network and on social media. The Premium Content Alliance hopes it will help marketers truly understand how every channel impacts another – and prove that quality always delivers mor…
 
The global communications holding companies have missed a prime opportunity to fast-track their digital transformation and tech credentials - instead, the French IT and consulting giant Capgemini is heading their way like Accenture Interactive and Deloitte Digital have already. RXP owns data, design and brand agency The Works, which it paid $33m fo…
 
We know screen fatigue is real through Covid but a neuroscientist, a social researcher and OMA CEO Charmaine Moldrich say they’re having more impact than we think on people, community, industry and “purposeful” ads. Dr Fiona Kerr and Dynata regional director Marcus Pritchard join Moldrich on the case for more physical workplace interaction and why …
 
Budget Direct is the fastest growing insurer in Australia - is it product, customer experience or marketing and comms that’s driving the growth? CMO Jonathan Kerr unpacks the answer and lobs a jibe at “transformation programs” - Budget Direct has never done one. Kerr is joined by the Head of Innovation at the rebranded Aware Super, Anita Ayres, NRM…
 
Marketers and agencies are missing huge opportunities by only superficially measuring attention. But that’s about to change. A new platform and metric, attentionTRACE, is about to go live. AttentionTRACE measures attention across channels, but Story54’s Jane Waterhouse argues even before the trial data is out, one medium in particular lands message…
 
Jens Monsees is one year into running WPP’s AUNZ operation and the market is now rife with talk of broad internal leadership unrest with how he’s transforming the business. In this conversation, Monsees addresses talk of a fallout after the abrupt departure of COO John Steadman, a board-instigated review of his performance across staff and clients …
 
Hot off the heels of overseeing a brand refresh for the Commonwealth Bank, CMO Monique Macleod talks the art and science of marketing, customer personalisation and how her team is structuring and adapting to AI and new tech stacks - and what it now means for media and team capabilities. "Your tech is never sorted,” she says. See omnystudio.com/list…
 
Penfolds Chief Winemaker Peter Gago and global marketing boss Kristy Keyte talk through their ambitious strategy to reinvent Penfolds into an Australian global luxury icon, like Gucci, Aston Martin or Louis Vuitton. Joined by WundermunThompson CEO, Lee Leggett, this conversation is fascinating, including how Penfolds sold-out of the $200,000 releas…
 
In this Market Voice podcast, ViacomCBS chief content and sales officers Beverley McGarvey and Rod Prosser lay out the streaming, content and commercial plans for the Australian group - including the launch of the new Paramount+ service and when the biggest ad-supported digital TV service in the US, Pluto TV, will arrive Down Under. Prosser also su…
 
Andrea Bernard, the head of marketing and sales at Simply Energy, ultimately part of the $60bn French energy giant, Energie, started using Behavioural Economics thinking 18 months ago - now it’s central to her strategy on everything. And Andrea isn’t alone. Behavioural Economics specialist and co-founder of Hard Hat, Dan Monheit, says there’s been …
 
Australian Joshua Lowcock is Chief Digital and Innovation Officer at UM in the US and UM’s global Brand Safety Officer. Based in New York, he’s spearheaded development of a Media Responsibility Audit of social media platforms alongside initiatives to try to make businesses see the billions they spend on advertising within the same frame as corporat…
 
Even the discount-averse Apple uses Bernard Wilson’s company to move product. The one-time investment banker - who was part of a consortium which made a failed hostile bid for Qantas - lead Woolworths’ first attempt at a loyalty program, which also didn’t work. The second version did. After stints at Myer and Quantium, the new CEO of cash-back trai…
 
Bigger budgets are pouring into content marketing this year but IAG’s Director of Content & Customer Engagement, Zara Curtis, says there’s “a lot of bad content” being produced by brands. IAG is producing less but better quality. Curtis says she’s a “content killer” as IAG works out the art of what not to produce. Meanwhile, Coles’ Senior Content M…
 
Commonwealth Bank Chief Analytics Officer Andrew McMullan studied machine learning, taught mathematics and is now leading the bank’s AI-fuelled customer strategy. The ‘math man’ and CMO Monique Macleod have been working hand in glove on what is next for Australia’s biggest bank. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Howcroft says media is the most ruthless industry, consulting the most influential but advertising the smartest. Nine Radio’s new boss Tom Malone, meanwhile, spills the beans on how Russel Howcroft left PwC to join 3AW’s breakfast slot and the complete overhaul he’s implemented at Nine Radio to skew younger and address advertiser bias against older…
 
Peter Tonagh knows a bit about the media sector and is part of an investment group piling into new media ventures. Big Media is consolidating while he argues future media is specialising and fragmenting. There is tension everywhere. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.โดย PodcastOne Australia
 
French-owned Havas Media last week acquired Australian independent agency HYLAND with plans to plug into its vast parent company Vivendi, controlled by the French billionaire industrialist, Vincent Bollore. Vivendi owns music labels, Hollywood studios, TV networks and gaming and ticketing companies and is moving Havas to a very different position v…
 
Nestle’s Head of Media, Data and Content, Antonia Farqhuar is joined by UM’s Nicole Prior, Seven’s Kurt Burnette, Hearts & Science’s Issy Dunn and Amobee’s Liam Walsh in a robust discussion on a red hot industry theme...who emerges on top in a converged and connected TV world - digital video professionals or their broadcast TV peers? The playbook h…
 
WPP’s founder Sir Martin Sorrell was ousted in 2018 and is now at the top of the $2.1bn challenger to Accenture, the big consulting firms and the global marketing services holding giants and agency networks. S4 is banking big time on tech firms like Adobe, Salesforce and Google for its growth and blending those capabilities with fast, borderless co…
 
Australia's first female CMO is teaching meditation at the firm through COVID and pushed through a major Salesforce rollout internally in the past two months to "connect the data pipes" - Rochelle Tognetti joins Matt McGrath, the new Australian global CMO, on the radical shifts in B2B marketing, the end of physical events, virtual pitching, deployi…
 
Behavioural science is the trojan horse marketers need to get psychology back into business and the boardroom. Rory Sutherland, vice chairman of Ogilvy UK and a founder of its behavioural science practice, suggests B2B marketers (and B2C marketers for that matter) must explode the myth that businesses and their people only make logical decisions, o…
 
Nestle's head of eStrategy, Marketing and Brand, Martin Brown, says 50% of advertiser digital budgets going to working media is "not good enough" - 70% should be the baseline. With the competition regulator digging into the digital ad supply chain and PwC finding half of digital ad dollars are eaten up before they get to publishers, marketers must …
 
They’ve arguably been the hardest hit media companies through COVID-19 but the bosses of some of the world’s leading OOH companies - with iconic sites like NY’s Times Square, London’s Piccadilly Circus and Sydney’s Glebe Island Silos in their portfolios - come out swinging on this Mi3 podcast. Existential threats from COVID-19 and changes to public…
 
A more privacy-aggressive Apple is again pressuring its big tech peers like Google and Facebook to play cleaner on gaining “informed consent” from users to be tracked. A September iOS mobile operating system update from Apple will bluntly force more disclosure on how users and their behaviour data is matched and traded across the open web, apps and…
 
Within days of DDB Australia and New Zealand chairman and CEO Marty O’Halloran landing the global CEO role last week, he made a radical move to appoint a black, data-led CEO, Justin Thomas-Copeland, to the North American advertising institution. In this conversation, O’Halloran admits it’s a signal for the DDB world that he will shake things up. Jo…
 
It won’t be music to some ears but Danny Bass has been conducting executive leadership offsites for media and agency top brass in recent weeks and he’s convinced those that can get their people back in the office, or at least physically interacting as groups beyond Zoom, will have “first mover advantage”. It’s about the industry’s culture breeding …
 
Mark Ritson calls him one of our "truly great marketing iconoclasts". Professor Byron Sharp says “I wish I was brave enough to be this rude” and NY-based ID Comms CEO Tom Denford predicts Bob Hoffman will possibly be "the most influential person of the decade in media". Here’s Hoffman in full flight. Enjoy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy i…
 
Cash for comment used to be - and still is - quicksand for advertisers and media companies but not so for influencer marketing, worth $87bn globally and upwards of $240m in Australia. But a new code of practice from the recently formed Australian Influencer Marketing Council (AIMCO) aims to tackle the big challenges that could thwart the credibilit…
 
Deloitte partner John O’Mahony says advertising and marketing “definitely has a perception issue” amongst executive leadership while arguing marketing drives growth and shouldn’t be a cost centre. Volvo and IBM marketers respond on their strategic shifts and hurdles in moving to brand over short-term tactics. Rob Brittain, co-author with Peter Fiel…
 
Paul Evans was one of the driving forces of Vodafone’s global in-housing of search, social and digital media but he’s still not sure the ad industry at large has solved John Wanamaker’s famed conundrum that half his advertising was wasted but he didn’t know which half. Evans was also involved in the early scoping of PwC's recent forensic dive in th…
 
Nine’s Chief Digital and Publishing Officer Chris Janz says the once contentious ad deal Fairfax struck with Google before Nine’s takeover will now "likely mean we’ll have a different relationship with Google" as the newly formed Premium Content Alliance (PCA) of major local publishers plans another counter strike on Google and Facebook with “effec…
 
Mastercard and Intel are among the highest profile brands who have invested heavily in “sonic branding” but Procter & Gamble and a host of big names are now treating audio branding as important as visual and video identity. New York-based Veritonic and SCA tested a 400,000-panel of Australians to produce the first annual Audio Logo Index in which B…
 
Australian marketers could be showing "signs of panic” if sobering new analysis from Peter Field and The Communications Council is right. What’s more, B2B marketers here could be powering ahead of their consumer marketing peers in reassessing short-term tactical marketing to longer term brand building to drive growth. LinkedIn’s Prue Cox joins Comm…
 
After a $600m loan, standing down 85% of its staff and the competition set to restart on June 11, off-season audiences are up 50% for AFL Media as COVID forced new digital products for fans and fast-tracked a surge in women and younger audiences with more entertainment and lifestyle content. “We’re all working seven days a week but frankly we’re in…
 
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