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Campaign Brief (AUS/NZ) Online.
Campaign Brief Magazine : July August 2007
FOR TH E RECOR D 2007 CANNES RADIO LIONS: FREE CD NEXT ISSUE Look out for the annual special radio wrap edition of September’s Campaign Brief, which celebrates Australian radio creative and in particular, the Cannes Lion Grand Prix win. The exclusive CD tip on showcasing all the winners from the 2007 Siren Awards and the Cannes Lions Radio winners, is the definite radio reel of the year. The special commercial radio feature in next month’s The launch photo of new shop CRC - Ben Colman, Rebecca Carrasco and Dejan Rasic Wayne P ick h as hea ded up th e Tequila\Auckland office, while Kim Pick j oined as head of copy in 2005. She pr eviously spent f ive ye ars at Saatc hi & Saat chi in London where she w as a re gional creative di rector. Wayne Pic k wa s CD of Tequila\Singapore an d cr e- ative pa rtne r and head of art at Tequila\London. Jason Hall moves to RCLW after seven years at senior art director at AIM Proximity. Prior to AIM he was at Tequila, London. Colman Rasic Carras co open ed up shop in Sydney, started by for- mer Lowe Hunt Sydney executives Ben Colman, Dejan Rasic and Rebecca Carrasco. Industry punters, includ- ing CB, e xpect big thing s of t his trio - so go for it guys. Chaired by Jeremy Craigen, execu- ti ve creati ve di rector of DDB London, a top crew of international creative talent, including Eric Silver and Matthew Bull, will be in Sydney in Nov embe r to judg e the bes t young c reative work gl obally. The 2007 You ngGuns Jury c omprises: Jeremy Craigen, DDB London (Jury Cha ir); Piyu sh Pandey , Og ilvy & Mather India; Tony McTear, TBWA London; Eric S ilver, BBD O New York; Jeff Benjamin, Crispin Porter + Bogusky; Matthew Bull, Lowe Bull Capetown; Jarek Wiew iorski , Leo Bur nett K iev; Steve Ba ck, DD B Sydne y; Al Mo seley , Wied en + Kennedy Amsterdam; Steve El rick, BBH S hang hai; Keka Mo re lle, F/Nazca Saat chi & Saa tchi; Andy McKeon, Bulldozer Syd ney; Laura Ve sco , Mad re B uenos Air es; Thirasak T anapatana k ul, Creative Juice/G1 Bangkok; Josh Lancaster, Col enso BBDO Auckla nd; Luke Crethar and Matt Devine, The Glue Society Sydney. Jeff G oodby from Go odby Si lver- stein & Partners San Francisco will be the international speaker at this year’s Caxtons. Goodby Si lverstein became very topical earlier this year when the Commonwealth Bank of Aus tra li a went off- shor e i n t he search fo r a n ew agency. Oth er speakers include Richard Maddocks, Mick Hunt er, Denis Koutouloge nis, Belinda Rowe, Rebecca Carrasco and Matt E astwood. The week end will be held at By ron Bay on Octobe r 26, 27 and 28. Bookings now at : www.thecaxtonawards.com.au wrap edition will detail the story of ‘The Best Radio Ad in the World’ – as judged by the Cannes Lions Radio jury - Snickers ‘hoe-down’, which is Australia’s most successful radio advertising win internationally. There’ll be comments from the Jury, interviews with all those involved and the client comments on the need to take more risks on radio to break through the creative barriers. Our September wrap issue also features an interview with Australia’s 2007 Cannes Radio Lions juror Ralph van Dijk, who is also a member of the Siren Creative Council and one of the creators of the successful commercial radio on air brand campaign. Grand Prix winners Paul Reardon and Jonas Peterson will share some insight into what it takes to win a Cannes Lion Grand Prix and Paul will share his experience on being in Cannes, as a winner of the Siren Awards. We’ll chat with Vince Lagana and Jason Ross who won recognition in Cannes with a Silver Radio Lion for their work on radio. Round 2 winners of the Siren Awards are named and there’s details on how you can be a part of the Cannes journey for 2008. The annual Campaign Brief Radio Wrap, CD tip on and radio feature has an update on Digital Radio which comes online at the end of next year. We’ll explain what’s in it for you and your clients. 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