by Herman Manson. We list the best-read media and marketing stories on MarkLives during 2016.
by MarkLives. Find out which were 10 most-read, media-related stories on MarkLives during 2015!
by Arthur Goldstuck (@art2gee) At this year’s Cannes Lions advertising festival, South Africa scored many accolades — but not a single prize for digital work. This was hardly surprising.
Cannes Lions 2015 has announced winners in the Glass, Outdoor and Media categories. South Africa had no winners in Glass but Gloo@Ogilvy took a Bronze Lion in Media for FNB. In the Outdoor category Joe Public won a Bronze Lion, as did Ogilvy Cape Town and Publicis Machine. Y&R South Africa Cape Town won three Bronze Campaign Lions in the same category.
by Gill Moodie. When the ABC circulation and Amps readership figures come out, Soccer Laduma is often the star of the show – gaining ground or holding steady – but media watchers tend to dismiss it because it’s a sports title.
by Herman Manson (@marklives) April 1 is the one morning of the year Team MarkLives doesn’t mind struggling out of bed early and switching on the computer screen. It’s April Fool’s Day and we’re unashamedly media geeks, so let’s get to some of the stories spooking sleepy news junkies this morning.
by Gill Moodie (@grubstreetSA) The rule of thumb when it comes to reporting on children is think once, twice, three times about how you’re going to do – and then think again. And consult the South African Press Code or a media lawyer.
We list the 10 most-trafficked stories media on MarkLives in 2014.
by Herman Manson (@marklives) In this interview, Vicki Myburgh, entertainment and media industries leader for PwC South Africa, talks about the highlights from PwC’s recently released “Entertainment & Media Outlook: 2014-2018” report.
by Oresti Patricios (@orestaki) The theme of this issue of The Media Report 2014 is independence… and independence is the issue. An independent judiciary, independent law enforcement and an independent media, all balanced by a constitutional system that provides checks and balances – this is what makes for a healthy democracy and, naturally, a healthy economy.