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The Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) has announced that it will issue new guidance to advertisers this year to make certain their ads don’t mislead consumers about their impact on the environment.
Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI) has launched an ‘advertising advice’ service intending to help advertisers factor in responsibility early on while working on creative campaigns. This specific service has been launched as pre-production advice, as a form of due diligence and risk mitigation.
Amazon considered bringing the Alexa Guard home-security feature to vehicles, as it looks to increase user engagement and monetization opportunities for its digital voice assistant…”
“Yours to make” was created by Johannes Leonardo with Facebook’s in-house shop Creative X.
Lette will help clients, talent and the business use data for growth.
Digital Cinema Media (DCM) has hired Rachael Cochrane as its regional sales director based in Manchester. Cochrane’s remit will be to drive and lead the regional sales team and further establish DCM’s presence in the regions across the UK.
In partnership with The International Exchange, Leo Burnett employees have developed a new brand for the VIPLA Foundation.
If and when third-party cookies go the way of the dinosaur, News U.K. will have left nothing to chance. Like so many of its peers, the publisher believes the value of its data — and subsequently its commercial ambitions — are inextricably linked to the fate of those cookies. The scarcer those cookies go, the more valuable the data owned by publishers like News U.K.
Esports organization Misfits Gaming Group yesterday announced a $35 million funding round led by a $10 million investment from The E.W. Scripps Company. Scripps’ backing of Misfits is the latest move into the gaming and esports space by a large linear and over-the-top television provider — and a reminder of the value of localized brand identities in the modern esports landscape.
The advertising watchdog is taking a stronger position against brands that make misleading claims about their environmental impact and has promised to “go further” to tackle the issue.