Michael O'Neill


Michael joined Media in January 2008 as features editor, before being appointed editor at the start of 2010. Originally from Salford, UK, he has been in Asia since 2000, with over six years in mainland China where he held various editorial positions including a three-year stint as editor of China International Business magazine. Michael is based in Hong Kong.

Oct 31, 2011

Tencent's SY Lau on online strategy for 2012 Olympics

SHANGHAI - SY Lau, Tencent's president of online media, sat down with Campaign to talk about the media company's recently unveiled content strategy for the 2012 Olympics in London.

Oct 24, 2011

Mindshare names Gowthaman as regional chief client ...

ASIA-PACIFIC - GroupM agency Mindshare has promoted R. Gowthaman, leader for South Asia, to the newly-created role of chief client officer for the Asia-Pacific region, effective January 1, 2012.

Oct 7, 2011

Regional heads talk up ongoing value of PR in Asia

ASIA-PACIFIC - Senior executives from the region's biggest PR agencies sit down to discuss the pressing topics impacting the industry in Asia.

Sep 20, 2011

PHD's Mark Holden on the social media revolution

SPIKES ASIA - Mark Holden, global planning and strategy director at PHD, took a look into the future in his session '2016 - Beyond the horizon'.

Sep 20, 2011

Renren: more than China's Facebook

SPIKES ASIA - Alvin Chiang, chief marketing officer at Chinese social networking site Renren, spoke to delegates at Spikes Asia 2011 about building creativity into social media.

Sep 19, 2011

Todd Sampson: balancing creativity and fear

SPIKES ASIA - Todd Sampson, CEO of Leo Burnett Australia, began his session with a bold and provocative statement, arguing that creativity is the last remaining competitive advantage that companies have at their disposal today.