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See what’s in the latest issue of The Drum – 19 February

The latest issue of The Drum includes the first of a three- part disruption-themed series where SapientNitro European MD Nigel Vaz argues the need for a new breed of agency.

Creative Review: 

ESPN

<strong>ESPN</strong>

Following a somewhat turbulent past this side of the Atlantic, The Drum’s Jen Faull goes behind the scenes bringing us the inside track on the broadcaster’s plans to reassert itself in the UK.

Disruptive leadership

<strong>Disruptive leadership</strong>

In the first of a three-part disruption-themed series, Dadi Individual of the Year Nigel Vaz talks about where the real threat lies for brands and agencies.

A fair trade?

<strong>A fair trade?</strong>

The Drum’s head of content solutions Andy Oakes calls for transparency in the digital trading market as we continue our coverage of the sector.

Digital Trading Awards

<strong>Digital Trading Awards</strong>

The Drum speaks to some of the inaugural judges of the Digital Trading Awards to discuss what to expect from programmatic and RTB this year.

This issue also includes:

<strong>This issue also includes:</strong>
  • Our regular creative round-up, showcasing some of the best recent creative work, as voted for by online readers
  • The Drum Network – Paul Rivers and Jim Hutchinson of RE:SYSTEMS talk about how they are growing their business by building innovative online and mobile systems for their clients
  • Marketing industry insights from The Drum’s Knowledge Bank

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