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  • Advertising agencies under the gun from major contract reviews

    CANNES: An unprecedented number of blue-chip companies have put their advertising contracts up for review this year, underlining the growing pressure on ad agencies as online marketing threatens their traditional role and profit margins...

    At the industry’s biggest annual conference in Cannes this week the main topic of conversation among the 13,000 delegates is the 18 companies — from consumer products giants Proctor & Gamble and...

  • Four dacoits dodge 500 policemen

    VEHARI: Police have failed to find any clue to four members of a dacoits’ gang which kept police engaged for three days near Chak 113-WB and killed a tracker and a constable in the shootout...

    The outlaws who had taken refuge in corn fields managed to break the police siege laid by over 500 policemen from Multan, Lodhran, Khanewal and Vehari
  • Pakistan may dodge adverse impact of Gulf crisis

    KARACHI: The diplomatic crisis in the Gulf is not expected to impact Pakistan adversely in the immediate future, business leaders said, but advised the government to stay neutral to ensure steady trade ties and uninterrupted import of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Qatar...

    President of Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry Shamim Ahmed Firpo said there may be an impact on trade, but it would not be significant...

  • PAS awards the best in advertising

    KARACHI: It’s that time of the year again when the Pakistan Advertisers Society (PAS) holds its annual awards function, which it did for 2016 at the Expo Centre on Saturday night...

    The awards aim to celebrate various aspects in the field of advertising, encourage growth within the industry, help young talent to shine through in a highly competitive environment, and also celebrate the mad men and women of advertising who have proved...

  • Facing backlash, US Muslims counter with new advertising campaign

    But the campaign by the mainstream Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), which is sponsoring billboards in other cities to publicise the Muslim Prophet Muhammad's (PBUH) message, could also spark a backlash amid a spike in anti-Islamic sentiment marked by protests, advertising campaigns and sometimes vandalism and violence...

  • ADVERTISING: THE MARKETING THAT MAKES LAWN

    If you live in Karachi, you’re currently exempted from lawn sirens staring enticingly at you from billboards dotted all about the skyline...

    Regardless, the onslaught of three, four and five-pieces is unrelenting, taking over radio, television, digital media and of course, billboards in cities less fortunate than Karachi...

  • Internet advertising to drive global ad spending

    LONDON: Surging growth in advertising via mobile phones and tablet computers will help Internet advertising overtake television as the dominant medium for global ad spending by 2017, a leading media buyer forecasts...

    Zenith Optimedia, owned by advertising agency Publicis, said on Monday that it expects mobile advertising — via smartphones, iPads and other tablet computers — to more than double its share of global ad spending between...

  • Instagram adds advertising to Instagram Stories

    Facebook Inc's Instagram is bringing more than 30 advertisers into one of its fastest-growing features, Instagram Stories, in a bid to boost advertising revenue, the company said on Wednesday...

    The social media company will become a more important player in maintaining Facebook’s growth in advertising revenue in 2017...

  • Google is now advertising’s biggest traffic cop

    GOOGLE, already one of the dominant players in the online advertising world, may soon have even more power in that space...

    These types of ads do not meet new standards set by the Coalition for Better Ads, a group of Internet companies, online advertisers and publishers looking for a way to make online advertising more palatable to users...

  • SC will order provincial govts to reimburse kitty for taxpayer funds spent on advertising: CJP

    The Supreme Court (SC), as it resumed hearing a suo motu case on hefty advertisement expenditure by provincial governments using taxpayers' money, was told on Tuesday that newspapers are brought to heel by means of financial arm-twisting...

    In an earlier hearing of the case, a three-judge SC bench ordered Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif to reimburse the national exchequer Rs5
  • CPNE criticises proposals for advertising policy

    LAHORE: The Council of Pakistan Newspaper Editors (CPNE) has opposed the government’s proposed advertising policy, terming the state of media freedom in the country alarming...

    It expressed reservations over certain proposals for the advertising policy, resolving to come up with its own suggestions for a “judicious distribution” of advertisements in order to protect regional and small newspapers...

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