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Cars That Feel

'Cars That Feel' is an interactive installation created with Toyota for this year's VIVID festival in Sydney.

Every 6 Seconds

The ideal insight presented itself, in a simple, hard-hitting fact issued by the World Health Organisation: one person dies every 6 seconds due to tobacco.

NZ Dronies

New Zealand is one of the most breathtakingly beautiful places on earth to go
skiing. This ski season we have worked with the slopes themselves to implement
a drone video service to provide skiers with the most epic selfie ever.

Project Clever Buoy

Clever Buoy is a project to develop a world-first shark detection system that aims to protect both the beach-goers and sharks. It began with a brief from our telecommunications client Optus, to showcase the power of their network. What resulted was a unique collaboration between Optus, Google and ourselves, to develop a rapid prototype.

I Touch Myself Project

Last year, Australian rock diva Chrissy Amphlett, of the Divinyls, died from breast cancer. 'I Touch Myself' was their biggest hit and touched millions of fans around the world. #itouchmyselfproject brought together 10 of Australia's leading female music artists to turn Chrissy's song about female self-love into an anthem for breast cancer to inspire a new generation of women to touch themselves.

Aussies pull out their smart phones for 2014 World Cup according to  Global research from IAB

Sydney: 11th June 2014 — Smartphone-owning soccer fans across the globe expect their mobile devices to take on a pivotal role when it comes to their FIFA World Cup 2014 experience, according to "2014 World Cup: A Global Mobile Perspective," a landmark international study from the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB). Querying sports enthusiasts from 11 markets including Australia, Brazil, China, Colombia, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, UK and USA, the survey found that 46 percent of Australians football fans intend to use their phones to follow the World Cup.

IAB Video Council brings leading organisations together to promote digital video advertising opportunities

Tuesday 6th May 2014: IAB Australia has launched its Video Advertising Council, drawing members from organisations representing a range of offerings and products in the digital advertising industry. In keeping with the IAB's "Big Tent" principle the members include publishers, networks and agencies to ensure that all key issues and challenges faced by the industry are addressed. Launch members include Adaptv, Foxtel, Google, MCM, MCN, VENA, SpotXchange, SBS, TEN, Tubemogul, TVN Videology, and Yahoo7!, with more organizations expected to join in the coming months.


We always see a kick in unique audience figures when comparing February to March due to the extra days in the month. Looking specifically at the news category, however, Nielsen Online Ratings results for March 2014 showed that big international stories like the MH370 tragedy also contributed to new, incremental audiences online for the month of March.

SYDNEY: APRIL 14, 2014 – In recent years, the distinct increase in consumers accessing content via mobile devices has been well-documented, and, progressive companies have responded accordingly by providing high quality mobile websites and applications.

IAB Australia online audience measurement Town Hall meeting stirs industry interest and action

25th March 2014: Publishers, agencies and advertisers have joined with the MFA and AANA at IAB Australia's Town Hall meeting to discuss the way forward for online audience measurement in Australia. The event, which was attended by 110 industry representatives, but excluded measurement vendors, explored in a free and frank discussion the issues identified by IAB Australia in its Positioning Paper on the tender process, audience verification and viewability.

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