Staff Reporters
Dec 19, 2014

Best of 2014: The year's most-read stories

Our annual year-in-review series concludes with a list of the year's most-read articles.

Best of 2014: The year's most-read stories

Campaign Asia-Pacific has been presenting a new top-5 list every day since December 3, spotlighting the best campaigns, most perplexing ads, top pitches and worst PR disasters, among many other categories. We had fun pulling this annual review together, and we hope you've enjoyed reliving the year with us.

This, the final post in the series, lists your choices for the most important stories of 2014, as decided by website traffic. 

And with that, we're off for the holidays. Our offices will be closed for much of the next couple weeks, and we'll resume normal daily publication and bulletins on the 5th of January.

Happy holidays, and thank you for reading in 2014. See you next year!









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