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MKTG UK Shortlisted for 18 FMBE Awards!

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MKTG US has been shortlisted for 18 awards at the Field Marketing and Brand Experience Awards, including Agency of the Year.

The shortlist spans over 10 campaigns, including Norwegian, Buzzbike, Toyota and Fitness First, and includes categories ranging from Operational Success of the Year, to Creative Campaign of the Year.

The awards will take place on the 19th October, and the full shortlist can be viewed here.

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Written by Stephanie Rudnick
Stephanie Rudnick

September 8th, 2017 at 10:45 am

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Why In The Future All Advertising Will Be Experienced

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“Emerging tech is causing advertising to become increasingly multi-sensory and fully immersive as it moves off screen,” writes the MD of MKTG

Technophiles the world over are looking forward to a day when all forms of content are freed from its present confinement within the four edges of a screen; to be fully multi-sensory, 360-immersive, and at some point beyond the far off horizon, indistinguishable from the real world. The message will not be contained by the medium.

How far are we from such a horizon, and are we sprinting or strolling there are questions that a lot of clever people in white lab coats are posing.

VR may take us a few tantalising strides closer. Some will groan heavily at yet another mention of this particular tech, but if we move our focus away from the headsets and instead look at how the content can be deployed and enjoyed, then interesting signposts emerge.

Earlier this year I was at the launch of the Allianz-sponsored Drone Racing League. A world championship heat will be taking place in the capital as part of London Tech Week this June. Sky were also present to announce their ownership of the broadcast rights. They intend to show the proceedings from an entirely different perspective; those with a heavy dispensation towards all things geek will already know that drone racers pilot their craft through goggles linked to a Go-Pro camera mounted on the drone. This means that home viewers with a Sky package and VR headsets can get closer into the action in an immersive sense – a pilot’s eye view.

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Article written by Michael Brown, Managing Director, MKTG

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