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Mindshare names Gowthaman as regional chief client officer
Oct 24, 2011
Michael O'Neill

Mindshare names Gowthaman as regional chief client officer

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.

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PHD's Mark Holden on the social media revolution
Sep 20, 2011
Michael O'Neill

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'.

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OMD wins Sony’s regional media business
Aug 11, 2011
Benjamin Li, Michael O'Neill

OMD wins Sony’s regional media business

ASIA-PACIFIC - Omnicom Media Group (OMG) agency OMD has won Sony Electronic's Asia-Pacific media business following a final three-way pitch involving Carat and the incumbent agency MEC.

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UM China CEO Simon Woodward resigns; new MD appointed
Jun 20, 2011
Michael O'Neill

UM China CEO Simon Woodward resigns; new MD appointed

SHANGHAI - UM China has confirmed that CEO Simon Woodward has resigned his position and is expected to formally leave the agency within the next few months.

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OMG appoints Doug Pearce as China CEO
May 19, 2011
Michael O'Neill

OMG appoints Doug Pearce as China CEO

SHANGHAI - Doug Pearce, formerly media management lead for Asia-Pacific at Accenture, has been named CEO for Omnicom Media Group (OMG) China.

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UPDATE: OMD names new regional head
Apr 26, 2011
Michael O'Neill

UPDATE: OMD names new regional head

ASIA-PACIFIC - OMD has appointed Mediabrands' Steve Blakeman as Asia-Pacific CEO.

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MediaVest wins Yahoo regional business
Apr 1, 2011
Michael O'Neill

MediaVest wins Yahoo regional business

ASIA-PACIFIC - MediaVest has been named the media agency-of-record in Asia for online player Yahoo.

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Ken Mandel departs Yahoo Asia-Pacific
Feb 17, 2011
Michael O'Neill

Ken Mandel departs Yahoo Asia-Pacific

ASIA-PACIFIC - Ken Mandel, regional vice-president sales and marketplaces at Yahoo Asia-Pacific, has announced his resignation from the company.

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WPP to launch holding group Tenth Avenue
Jan 27, 2011
Michael O'Neill

WPP to launch holding group Tenth Avenue

GLOBAL – WPP is set to launch a marketing services company under the name of Tenth Avenue, headed by the current COO of GroupM Worldwide Rupert Day.

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NewsCorp China sale could signal new strategy for Murdoch
Aug 30, 2010
Michael O'Neill

NewsCorp China sale could signal new strategy for Murdoch

After almost two decades, it looks like Rupert Murdoch is finally admitting defeat in China.

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Asia-Pacific CEO Maggie Choi departs OMD after 13 years
Aug 25, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Asia-Pacific CEO Maggie Choi departs OMD after 13 years

ASIA-PACIFIC - Omnicom Media Group (OMG) has confirmed that Maggie Choi, CEO of OMD Asia-Pacific, will be leaving the company after 13 years.

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Viewers turn online for World Cup 2010 coverage
Jul 30, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Viewers turn online for World Cup 2010 coverage

The 2010 World Cup may have been dominated by vuvuzelas, under performing superstars and the curse of the Nike ad, but perhaps the one real legacy the event will leave behind, in Asia at least, is how it affected digital media use.

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Viewers turn online for World Cup 2010 coverage
Jul 30, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Viewers turn online for World Cup 2010 coverage

The 2010 World Cup may have been dominated by vuvuzelas, under performing superstars and the curse of the Nike ad, but perhaps the one real legacy the event will leave behind, in Asia at least, is how it affected digital media use.

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Kevin Clarke to depart MediaCom; Alex Crowther named as replacement
Jul 6, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Kevin Clarke to depart MediaCom; Alex Crowther named as replacement

ASIA-PACIFIC - Kevin Clarke (pictured), CEO of MediaCom Asia-Pacific, is to leave the agency after five years in the leadership role, to be replaced by Alex Crowther.

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Kevin Clarke to depart MediaCom; Alex Crowther named as replacement
Jul 6, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Kevin Clarke to depart MediaCom; Alex Crowther named as replacement

ASIA-PACIFIC - Kevin Clarke (pictured), CEO of MediaCom Asia-Pacific, is to leave the agency after five years in the leadership role, to be replaced by Alex Crowther.

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Agency Report Card: Media agencies in 2009
Jun 16, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Agency Report Card: Media agencies in 2009

ASIA-PACIFIC - Weighing up performance in a year of accountability, the annual report cards show Mindshare maintain their position at the top. Here follows an assessment (mark out of 10) of the region's top 12 media networks.

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Media builds regional presence with two new senior hires
Jun 16, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Media builds regional presence with two new senior hires

Media magazine has announced two senior hires to complement its editorial team across Asia Pacific.

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Update: Carat wins consolidated Kraft/ Cadbury media business in China
Jun 15, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Update: Carat wins consolidated Kraft/ Cadbury media business in China

SHANGHAI - Carat has won the media planning and buying duties for Cadbury in China, in effect consolidating the account with the Kraft media business, which it already holds.

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Global media may be set to welcome China, but not the Chinese Government
May 10, 2010
Michael O'Neill

Global media may be set to welcome China, but not the Chinese Government

Early last year, Chinese media companies became global news after the country's central Government said it would commit almost US$7 billion to push its state media overseas. Since then, however, things have been quiet.

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How can advertisers in Asia avoid becoming victims of TV's success?
Apr 26, 2010
Michael O'Neill

How can advertisers in Asia avoid becoming victims of TV's success?

The idea that consumers - especially the younger generations - would migrate from TV to online has been proven true to a certain extent, but the migration hasn't been as sweeping as expected.

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