Articles Tagged ‘IPG Mediabrands’
Matt Ramella promoted at IPG
The digital VP joins the Canadian executive leadership team in his new role.
Spotted! Netflix flaunts Escobar’s millions
The OOH campaign from IPG Mediabrands delivers a creative take on the notorious drug lord’s exploits.
Initiative Canada adds to senior client team
The agency has hired Noah Vardon as VP, client business partner.
Initiative names Mat Baxter global CEO
Former CEO Jim Elms has moved into the role of chairman, as well as managing director of Interpublic.
ICYMI: CBC wants to keep radio ads, Cordery returns to U.K.
In case you missed it: The CBC has applied to extend radio ads on Radio 2 and ICI Musique, Loraine Cordery lands at Havas Media, and City’s Between gets a second season.
CBS upfront 2016: equal parts comedy, drama
UM Canada’s Julie McMillan on how Big Bang is factoring into the network’s schedule, its first in 16 years without a CSI series.
More comedy, fewer heroes: upfront wish list
The genres MiC‘s upfront bloggers want to see highlighted, and the gaps Canadian broadcasters have to fill, ahead of this week’s U.S. upfronts.
Erin Rahn, Jordan Brooks back at Cadreon
Both have rejoined IPG’s ad tech unit in newly created roles.
Data Dive: Home is where the videos are viewed
IPG Mediabrands dives into the video-viewing habits of millennials through data from the first TouchPoints study.
Radio check-in: buyers’ analyses
Hot on the heels of the latest PPM release, David McDonald from IPG Mediabrands and David Goodfellow from MEC detail spend trends.
H&M paves a path to its new flagship
Details on Initiative’s buy around the redesigned store, which includes Canada’s second location of its home section.
Data dive: How South Asian and Chinese Canadians view brands
New data on how to target the tech-savvy growing audience segments from IPG Mediabrands.
Initiative adds a director
Angie Matchett has moved from Starcom to the agency as it continues to build following the merger with M2 in Canada.
Data dive: Canada’s digital-print divides
Infographic: Newspaper readers are starting to skew digital, while magazine readers still love to flip a printed page.