In a break with tradition, the president jury of each judging panel for this year’s Citra Pariwara awards gave their statements on video instead of in person, partly because not everyone was anticipated to be present during the awarding, but mostly to introduce something different and new to the festival.
The decision to produce and use the videos to introduce each major category through video statements proved clever as not only was president jury of panel 1, JWT’s Lo Sheung Yan, had a flight to catch prior to the awarding night, the city had a major storm throughout the afternoon that heavily affected traffic and significantly delayed the arrival of many of the judges to the venue.
Though this year the agencies have produced some of the best ads ever released across all medium, it wasn’t all rosy as the judges expressed some disappointments in a number of categories specifically in Daun Muda, the category for young guns, and Media. Fortunately they were excited at the prospect of the incoming talents to the industry as the student entries showed a lot of promise in expressing their creativity. It was also encouraging to hear that in some categories, the judges deemed the winners worthy to be considered for regional submissions.
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— September 21, 2016
Pada tanggal 18 Agustus 2016, Dewan Standar Akuntansi Keuangan Ikatan Akuntan Indonesia (DSAK IAI) mengeluarkan Exposure Draft Pernyataaan Standar Akuntansi Keungan (PSAK) 70: Akuntansi Aset dan Liabilitas Pengampunan Pajak, yang bertujuan untuk mengatur perlakuan akuntansi atas asset dan liabilitas yang timbul dari pengampunan pajak, sesuai dengan UU No. 11/2016 tentang “Pengampunan Pajak” Dalam ED PSAK…
— April 18, 2016
The road to Cannes Lions 2016 is now open and young creative professionals working in communications agencies are encouraged to apply to participate in the Young Lions competition to represent Indonesia. [Post updated with a new closing date] The Young Lions competition is a great opportunity for industry cubs to experience the global creative scene…
— April 13, 2016
The biennial Asia Pacific Media Forum is back this year, scheduled to be held in Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center from 11 May until 13 May with dozens of speakers from the advertising, marketing, media, and communications industries as well as the technology sector. The event, which had been around since 2005 provides a platform…
Yoga Adhitrisna was one of the biggest names that came out of the 2014 presidential campaign. He and his company, Berakar Komunikasi, had produced one of the most prominent and wildly popular materials in support of now President Joko Widodo. The Tintin-inspired campaign also propelled the company to be one of the most successful at…
Shortage of talent seems to be a never-ending issue for a lot of industries and within the advertising scene, this is especially so given the rise in alternative positions in the digital space requiring similar talents, in addition to the increasing number of companies within the industry itself. To combat this challenge, P3I Jakarta plans…
Technology, the media, and content are the three most influential aspects affecting Indonesia’s advertising landscape according to Dentsu Strat CEO Janoe Arijanto. To be able to harness the emerging consumer patterns and preferences, agencies must understand the shift and pay attention to market behavior when addressing the needs of their clients. Television and print may…