To announce the launch of its new digital website, hmv are offering every single in the UK Top 40 for 40p each. This new download service, hmvdigital, has a catalogue of over 8 million songs. All tracks are compatible with mp3 players and you can even re-download tracks if you lose them!
A new article in the new Marketing Magazine “Road to Recovery” Supplement from Craig Walmsley, Managing Director of EHS 4D Digital.
With the seemingly inexorable rise of Facebook, Twitter, et al., the pieces considers whether and when marketers might consider shifting their budget from the now dominant online medium of search into the challenger channel of social.
We are proud supporters of Friends of the Earth here at EHS 4D Digital, and recently helped them put together their new “Join the MOOvement” campaign.
There’s a hidden chain linking animal feed in British factory farms to wildlife and rainforest destruction in South America.
We are currently seeking two digital design graduates to come in and join our team.
Top notch photo-shoppery, a strong desire to create exceptionally good work and a winning singing voice* are all qualities the successful candidate will possess.
This is an animation made by Blu. Titled BIG BANG BIG BOOM, it gives an unscientific point of view on the beginning and evolution of life … and how it could probably end.
At 10 minutes it’s quite long but it’s excellent!
Congratulations to the noble men and women who completed the MCCA Human Race Triathlon at Dawney Lake last Friday 3rd July!
Everybody’s brutal training and thorough preparation paid off with some amazing times and results.
Peugeot has teamed up with Disney/Pixar ahead of the launch of Toy Story 3 to promote the new family-sized Peugeot 5008. This new advert which was created by Euro RSCG and the Disney/Pixar creative teams, is the first ad made by Pixar and features a family of Toy Story fans and Woody the cowboy.
Consumers have expressed support for the continuation of ad campaigns aimed at combating social problems, some of which could be cut under the coalition government’s plans to reduce COI spend.
An exclusive Marketing survey, carried out with online market-research firm Toluna, found that, despite widespread criticism, only a third of respondents wanted less money spent on activity often cited as examples of the ‘nanny state’.