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TCS broker sponsorship: The University of Law / The Guardian

Brokered by TCS, we’re delighted that The University of Law have just committed to a two year renewal of an exclusive sponsorship of The Guardian’s Study Law pages.

Central to the multifaceted partnership is an editorial hub, populated by ULaw content on topics from surviving freshers week to postgraduate study tips. Other editorial elements include an online Q&A which will take a deep dive into a legal issue of …

  • Posted: February 14, 2018

Let’s Talk Tabloids

The Guardian debuted its new tabloid format last Monday, and the Observer followed yesterday. Aside from the format downsizing, The Guardian has redesigned its masthead, added a new section (‘Journal’) and upgraded to a larger G2. It has come to the dark side.

Personally, I’m not so keen on the new masthead. It was once (read: 9 days ago) easy to spot the blue Guardian in a line-up of newspapers …

  • Posted: January 22, 2018

TCS Visit Webmart

On Wednesday Patricia and I had the pleasure of visiting our print management partner Webmart for an introduction to print.

The training day began with a tour of Webmart’s very innovative (and very yellow!) office space – which included a diner-themed canteen and a medieval meeting room. We then went on to learn about the printing process, different types of materials/finishes and best practices when booking print and supplying creative. …

  • Posted: January 19, 2018

Life begins on Sunday

The Mail on Sunday has introduced a new and permanent 44 page lifestyle section: ‘life’. The section takes its material from Event magazine, and will include health, travel and food content. I think this is a good move from TMOS, and agree that Event should stick to the arts content. However, I don’t think this section brings anything we haven’t seen before – and not sure about the advertising/editorial ratio …

  • Posted: January 16, 2018

New Araldite Campaign Launch

We have a new campaign launching for our client Araldite, targeting tradesmen and pushing distribution through Screwfix.

The campaign combines a mixture of National Press and Radio, with the creative referencing their iconic campaign from 1983 -where they glued a car to a 48 sheet site!

  • Posted: November 6, 2017

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