Jun 23, 2024

Cannes daily global podcast episode 5: Campaign beach party, plus latest wins

Campaign's editors and journalists from around the world are hosting a daily podcast during the five-day Lions festival. In episode five, we discuss the big award wins from the fourth night.

Cannes daily global podcast episode 5: Campaign beach party, plus latest wins

Lucy Shelley, tech editor of Campaign UK, Kate Magee, global intelligence editor of Campaign, and Steve Barrett, editorial director of PR Week US and Campaign US, join Gideon Spanier, UK editor-in-chief of Campaign, to discuss the fourth night of awards.

Cannes Lions 2024 – final UK shortlists table

A double win for Canada: Heinz Ketchup and Rethink Toronto win the Creative Effectiveness Grand Prix for It has To Be Heinz and DIabetes Diagnostics Solution and Klick Health Toronto win the Innovation Grand Prix for Voice 2 Diabetes.

PR agencies are doing well this year at Cannes, as Pop Tarts and Weber Shandwick win the Brand Experience Activation Grand Prix for the First Edible Mascot. 

Plus there was a lot of dancing at the Campaign party at Carlton Beach and we have interviews with some of the guests.

Campaign UK

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