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E8. TV streaming trends in 2022 unwrapped
Media editor John McCarthy and TV journalist Hannah Bowler recap the past 12-months of streaming news and boy it was a big one. 2022 was the year Netflix got ads, Warner Bros and Discovery merged, and cinema was dealt a huge blow by changing streaming habits.
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E7. From GamesMaster to Pimp My Ride, how brands can make good TV
Advertiser funded content is a tough nut to crack you need three perfectly aligned partners from brands, to producer to publisher. Channel 4, Vice and eBay share their best practices.
9 Nov, 2022
E6. Why Love Island is a match made in heaven for sponsors
Love Island is hailed as the crème de la crème of TV sponsorship opportunity. We catch up with 2022's Love Island sponsors to find out why its the gift that keeps on giving.
2 Nov, 2022
E5. Can attribution prove TV’s effectiveness? Channel 4 thinks so
Channel 4 has teamed up with measurement firm ViewersLogic to track how viewers behave after being exposed to a TV campaign. They think it can plug a gap in the market missed by other models...
12 Oct, 2022
E4. One year later Sky reveals lessons from streaming TV Glass launch
When Sky launched its game-changing streaming TV Glass one year ago it had hoped its biggest-ever product marketing campaign would win the hearts and minds of TV lovers and set new expectations in the Pay TV space. The Drum caught up with Sunny Bhurji, Marketing Director at Sky to understand how the advertising efforts evolved as the organisation came to understand the product and the new category it was creating.
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E1. Lego Masters shares the building blocks of branded entertainment
Brick-making competition series Lego Masters is the gold standard of branded entertainment. We chat to Lucas Green, global head of content operations at international distributor Banijay to explain his learnings in branded content.
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E16. The modern brand strategy heroes
Strategy experts Andrew O'Sullivan, Transmission, Dave Jones, true Digital, Gokce Ince, Zone and Jennifer Pyne, Radley Yeldar, share their most glowing examples of strategy excellence in the real world. We dig up practical advice for marketers on authentic brand building, differentiation, governance and collaboration, and the ingredients for successful brand strategy - all through insightful case studies of iconic brands like Barbie.
E15. From Google to social: The evolution of search journeys
Search is changing: shifting away from the well-established go-to-Google-there's-your-answer, we’re seeing alternative search journeys emerging through social (including TikTok), voice, and generative AI like ChatGPT. Will any of these truly inherit Google’s crown, or even seriously threaten to? In this episode we hear from Dave Colgate, head of search engine optimization, Vertical Leap; John Campbell, head of innovation, ROAST; Sam Cant, head of search engine optimization, Jaywing; and Lottie Namakando, head of paid media and planning, iCrossing to dive to the bottom of the evolving search landscape.
E14. Is marketing's approach to women shifting?
Still now, women in the marketing industry are all too often given cause to notice campaigns and messaging that they find misguided or damaging - not least in certain spaces that may have traditionally been behind the space, like sports and technology. In this episode, we hear from Charlie Li, strategy director, TRO; Debbie Gacutan-Jardim De Oliveira, social media and community manager, Brew Digital; and Emily Winterbourne, managing director at Impero, to explore if and how marketing's approach to women is shifting, and which gaps still need closing.
E24. Ian Sohn on mastering the art of collaborative negotiations
This week, host Mike Lander talks to Ian Sohn (CEO North America, Iris) about the importance of collaboration; self-awareness, adaptability and strategic thinking in negotiations; and aiming for win-win outcomes and long-term partnerships.
E13. The experiential bounceback
Experiential marketing has had tumultuous few years: crash with Covid-19; rapid pivot to hybrid environments; and (not so long ago at all) a returned clamor for IRL experiences. Is this year, this summer, the time when all of this comes together for experiential's big moment?
E23. Stephany Sperberg on building trust, adaptability, and strategic alignment in negotiations
This week, host Mike Lander talks to Stephany Sperberg (managing director, Hook) about flexibility, transparency, and openness in negotiations; understanding motivations and alignment; and adapting to changing circumstances and economic realities.
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