by César Vacchiano. Day 1 was about transformation, gender equality, digital transformation in business, innovation, new countries at Cannes, a shift in media companies and going from seven to five days of festival.
Shane de Lange’s weekly analysis of media design — both past and present, print and online — from South Africa and around the world.
by Martin MacGregor. The future might mean less publishers but those that survive will be the ones that invest in their journalists and the technology that will be required to actually make the consumer experience enjoyable.
by Tenielle Maris. Consumers no longer see the walls between the physical and digital worlds, and neither should we.
by Paulo Dias. Mid-2017 is a good checkpoint to pause and see what is happening in radio internationally and examine what we may learn.
by DK Badenhorst. Brand character and culture have moved from being high-end brand deliverables to becoming the bread and butter of branding.
by Michael Laws. There’s enormous room to innovate in how the music industry acquires, administers, distributes and collects remuneration for musical works.
by Mandy de Waal. If you’re marketing to GenZ, you’ve gotta know your rap from your hip-hop and Tseliso Monaheng is the guy to tell you.
by MarkLives. Epica has announced its shortlisted entries for the 2015 competition.
by Tom Fels (@thomasfels) It’s not our fault; sometimes we get caught up — in a moment, in a project, in a year’s worth of projects — and we look up to find ourselves in a place we didn’t expect, a place we never intended to go, a place where the joy is gone from the work. All we are left with is… the business of advertising.