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World Media Awards 2018

We’re pleased to announce that The World Media Awards are now open for entries. Our awards were established three years ago to demonstrate the effectiveness of cross platform, cross border, content-driven advertising. Our independent Jury includes international advertisers, agency experts and editorial specialists, the Awards celebrate bold and creative strategies for engaging with international, influential … Continue reading World Media Awards 2018

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We’re pleased to announce that The World Media Awards are now open for entries. Our awards were established three years ago to demonstrate the effectiveness of cross platform, cross border, content-driven advertising. Our independent Jury includes international advertisers, agency experts and editorial specialists, the Awards celebrate bold and creative strategies for engaging with international, influential audiences.

Why enter the World Media Awards?

  • Demonstrate your capability to deliver great ideas for advertisers with multinational budgets.
  • Have your work judged by an independent jury of leading advertising clients, agency representatives and international media owners.
  • See your work celebrated in an advertising campaign valued at €500K, published by the World Media Group’s leading international media brands.
  • These not-for-profit awards are simply about benchmarking the best work: they are free to enter. All we ask is that you consider donating to our chosen charity, Reporters Without Borders.

The implications of GDPR for the advertising industry

Following on from our October 2017 breakfast briefing, The Implications of GDPR for the Advertising Industry – one of our best-ever attended sessions, we present the key take outs.

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Following on from our October 2017 breakfast briefing, The Implications of GDPR for the Advertising Industry – one of our best-ever attended sessions, we present the key take outs.

Brand performance

The World Media Group (WMG), a strategic alliance of ten of the world’s leading premium media brands, was conscious of the growing demand from advertisers for better viewability performance.  In addition, in an era of fake news, it wanted to explore whether ads seen on trusted media websites were viewed more attentively by consumers.  It therefore commissioned analysis to assess the overall performance of the inventory of WMG brands during Q3 2016.

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The World Media Group (WMG), a strategic alliance of ten of the world’s leading premium media brands, was conscious of the growing demand from advertisers for better viewability performance.  In addition, in an era of fake news, it wanted to explore whether ads seen on trusted media websites were viewed more attentively by consumers.  It therefore commissioned analysis to assess the overall performance of the inventory of WMG brands during Q3 2016.

The overall aim of the analysis was to identify whether digital ad campaigns that appear in respected premium media brands – that invest in both quality journalism and quality campaign delivery -outperform industry benchmarks.  The independent study was carried out by SaaS analytics and measurement company Moat.

The results revealed that ad campaigns across the WMG inventory outperformed every single benchmark for that time period.  Attention and viewability rates saw lifts up to 92% in some instances.

Matt McAllester, Global Editor-in-Chief of Newsweek, a member of the WMG, explains, “Readers across all World Media Group titles have always trusted, valued and engaged with the high quality content we provide – and that trust is more important than ever when ‘fake news’ is, itself, making the headlines. The analysis results have validated the link between well written, properly researched journalism and the ‘halo effect’ brands experience when their ads are seen alongside it.”

The WMG brands comprise The Washington Post, Bloomberg Media, The Economist, Forbes, Fortune, National Geographic, Newsweek, The New York Times, TIME and The Wall Street Journal. These prestigious titles have received over 1000 major journalism awards, including 190 Pulitzer Prizes, between them.

Post Truth and Alternative Facts

The World Media Group were delighted to welcome Griff Witte, London Bureau Chief, The Washington Post, Sewell Chan, International News Editor, London, The New York Times, Dan Stewart, Europe Editor, TIME,  Susan Goldberg, Editor in Chief, National Geographic & Adam Blenford, Managing Editor Digital News EMEA, Bloomberg Media as panelists chaired by Nico Sennegon, Chief Revenue Officer, The Economist Group to discuss the impact that recent political decisions have had on how businesses operate and the responsibility publishers have to provide unbiased, factual content and the impact that fake news can have in real time.

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The World Media Group were delighted to welcome Griff Witte, London Bureau Chief, The Washington Post, Sewell Chan, International News Editor, London, The New York Times, Dan Stewart, Europe Editor, TIME,  Susan Goldberg, Editor in Chief, National Geographic & Adam Blenford, Managing Editor Digital News EMEA, Bloomberg Media as panelists chaired by Nico Sennegon, Chief Revenue Officer, The Economist Group to discuss the impact that recent political decisions have had on how businesses operate and the responsibility publishers have to provide unbiased, factual content and the impact that fake news can have in real time.

World Media Mentors: Nicky Owen, Credit Suisse

In the first of a series of interviews with World Media Awards 2017 judges, Nicky Owen, advertising specialist at Credit Suisse, offers advice about making a content marketing campaigns truly international.

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In the first of a series of interviews with World Media Awards 2017 judges, Nicky Owen, advertising specialist at Credit Suisse, offers advice about making a content marketing campaigns truly international.

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ConnectIreland wins Fdi and Economic Development Award

ConnectIreland are celebrating this week after they won the coveted Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Development category at the prestigious World Media Awards in London on Wednesday.

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ConnectIreland are celebrating this week after they won the coveted Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Development category at the prestigious World Media Awards in London on Wednesday.

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Making right connections

ConnectIreland, a jobs for Ireland programme dreamed up in the teeth of the recession, has been recognised by the World Media Awards, winning a gong alongside global brands like Lexus, Airbnb and Microsoft.

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ConnectIreland, a jobs for Ireland programme dreamed up in the teeth of the recession, has been recognised by the World Media Awards, winning a gong alongside global brands like Lexus, Airbnb and Microsoft.

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How London & Partners’ ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ trip idea set the bar for tourism ads

The big success story from last night’s (16 March) inaugural World Media Awards was London & Partners’ ‘Official Guest of Honour’.

The promotional body for the UK capital walked away with both the Travel & Tourism prize, as well as the coveted Grand Prix, for its campaign offering one lucky visitor a “once-in-a-lifetime” trip to London.

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The big success story from last night’s (16 March) inaugural World Media Awards was London & Partners’ ‘Official Guest of Honour’.

The promotional body for the UK capital walked away with both the Travel & Tourism prize, as well as the coveted Grand Prix, for its campaign offering one lucky visitor a “once-in-a-lifetime” trip to London.

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