Articles Tagged ‘Vision7’

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Cossette Media adds to leadership team

The agency has hired Wes Wolch as its chief strategy officer.

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ICYMI: LinkedIn’s new ad network

Plus, veteran traffic reporter Russ Holden has hung up his microphone after 50 years with Rogers Media.

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Time to recognize Canada’s top media directors

Nominations for this year’s competition are due June 30.

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Calling all media execs

The Media Director of the Year competition is now open for entries, with candidate nominations due June 30.

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Vision7 joins global media consortium

The media agency is now part of the newly launched Local Planet Media Network.

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Cossette Media names new GM

Brooke Leland is moving within V7 to lead Cossette’s media operations in Toronto and Vancouver.

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MAOY Bronze: Jungle Media’s nimble advantage

The scrappy young agency’s flexible approach helps it land a Bronze this year.

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Media Director of the Year: Vision7′s Joseph Leon

The self-proclaimed “data nerd” was chosen by the MAOY judges for the honour this year.

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Vision7 restructures

Four operating divisions and new additions to the management team chart the course for international growth.

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Joseph Leon named head of Vision7

The company’s chief digital officer has been promoted to the role effective immediately.

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David Jowett leaving Vision7 Media

Citing family reasons, the agency’s president is returning to England at the end of the month.

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Vision7 sold to BlueFocus for $210 million

Mill Road has confirmed the sale of the holding co, which owns Cossette, to the Beijing-based marketing and communication firm.

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TV buying: Rebuilding the jumbo jet mid-flight

David Jowett, president of Cossette Media on how to prepare for coming changes in TV buying.