• Our Work
    • Hooch

      Hooch, the brand that defined the Nineties Brit Pop generation, is officially back on the market, featuring new…

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    • Vans

      Vans has stood for authenticity in youth lifestyle, music and action sports since day one. In addition to footwear and apparel, Vans has…

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    • Fujifilm

      Fujifilm is recognised as the world’s largest photographic and imaging company. The photographic product range covers…

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    • Merrell

      Merrell are at the forefront of technological design and development for performance outdoor footwear and apparel. They are market leaders in…

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    • InsureandGo

      InsureandGo is the UK’s number 1 travel insurance specialist.  They provide a range of different options including…

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    • RAF

      The Royal International Air Tattoo is the world’s largest military airshow, held each year at RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire. The show, featuring…

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  • Clients
    • Fujifilm
    • InsureandGo
    • Demon Music Group
    • Cat
    • Global Brands
    • Rising Star Games
    • Vans
    • Merrell
    • Fujifilm Instax
    • Somersault Festival
    • Sebago
    • Keds
    • Abellio
    • Lovebox
    • Notcutts
    • Eagle Rock Entertainment
    • Royal Air Force
    • Brand Events
    • The Gym Group
    • Astalift
    • World Duty Free
    • Wisdom
    • Mama Group PLC
    • Trion Worlds
    • Air Tattoo
    • Because
    • Exit Festival
    • Nordic Games
    • Wilderness
    • Cewe Photobook
    • Atari
    • Etnies
    • Abbey Home Media
    • Get Connected
    • Institute of Contemporary Arts
    • High Voltage
    • Trax
    • Vintage Festival
    • Vidal Sassoon
    • Lexis Nexis
  • Insights

    MJ Media Insight

    • October 2014: Emerging Social Platforms

      Further to the summer report on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google we take a closer look at some of the emerging platforms in the social space and what opportunities they present.

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    • May 2014: Best practice guide: Facebook, YouTube, Google, Twitter

      We look at benchmarks, best practice and new ways of using the established social networks.

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    • March 2014: Kids Market Overview

      An in-depth audit of the kids media landscape, investigating shifting trends and the latest opportunities.

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    • June 2013: Mobile and Tablet

      A detailed synopsis of the mobile & tablet space, with audience segmentation, an overview of opportunities, recommended buying strategies and options for optimisation.

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    • April 2013: Videogames Competitive 2013

      A complete overview of the videogames market in 2013. We look at all creative, media and social strategies and identify key insights, trends and learnings.

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    • March 2013: Kids Market Overview

      An in-depth audit of the kids media landscape, investigating shifting trends and the latest opportunities.

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    • January 2013: The MJ Quarterly Update Jan-13

      Every quarter we take an in depth look at the media market place, identifying trends, opportunities and inspiring case studies.

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    • October 2012: Videogames media landscape

      A comprehensive overview of the latest developments in the consumption habits and patterns of casual to core gamers.

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    • August 2012: Mobile Market update

      A detailed investigation in to the mobile market: user consumption, habits and opportunities.

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    • June 2012: The MJ Quarterly Update June-12

      The MJ Media Quarterly Update is an in-depth look at each media channel to understand how the landscape is changing.

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    • April 2012: Videogames competitive 2011

      A complete overview of the videogames market in 2011. We look at all creative, media and social strategies and identify key insights, trends and learnings.

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    • March 2012: The role of online networks

      Online ad networks have seen exponential growth over the last 12 months. We take a look at all networks out there and the role they play in the digital landscape.

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    • February 2012: The MJ quarterly update Feb-12

      Every quarter we take an in depth look at the media market place, identifying trends, opportunities and inspiring case studies.

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    • November 2011: The MJ quarterly update Nov-11

      Every quarter we take an in-depth look at the media market place, identifying trends, opportunities and inspiring case studies.

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    • September 2011: Product placement on TV

      Earlier this year there was a major policy change with regards to product placement on TV. We take a look at how the product placement laws have changed and analyse some recent campaigns

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    • June 2011: What constitutes a social brand?

      A review of brands that have meaningful social engagements with consumers and why we think they are getting it right.

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    • April 2011: Videogames competitive 2010

      We take an in-depth look at the videogames market, analysing total spends, new developments, trends and key learnings.

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    • February 2011: Out of Home Innovations

      We take a look at the exciting opportunities that are shaping the landscape of outdoor advertising.

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  • Newsletter

    MJ Media Newsletter 14/11/14

    Channel 4 launches programmatic VoD marketplace

    Channel 4’s 4oD service, soon to be relaunched as ‘All4’ next year, has unveiled plans to launch a digital, private marketplace for its TV catch-up service. The broadcaster will be able to offer advertisers access to its first-party viewer data, which includes interest and behavioural data from the broadcaster’s 11.5m registered users, and will allow advertisers to trade video inventory programmatically for the first time. Jonathan Lewis, head of digital partnerships and innovation, has predicted that more than half of all ads on the TV catch-up service will likely be sold via demographic and interest-based targeting by 2016. Procter & Gamble, Baileys and Rightmove are among the first to test the new targeting format.

    Yahoo acquires BrightRoll for £402m

    In a move to further grow its video advertising platform, Yahoo has acquired the online video advertiser BrightRoll for £402m ($640). BrightRoll’s service allows advertisers to plan and target video ad campaigns and publishers to add advertising inventory into their content; the service works across web, mobile and connected devices such as TV’s. Despite Yahoo reporting a 5% fall in its third quarter ad revenues, Google and Facebook are also facing pressures to boost revenue from mobile advertising. The BrightRoll purchase is Yahoo’s second largest since Marissa Mayer bought Tumblr for $1.1bn in 2013. US digital video advertising will total $5.96bn this year, according to eMarketer, up 56% over 2013; by 2018 the figure is expected to reach $12.8bn.

     

    Tablet ads as memorable as print

    According to the results of a neuroscience study by Neuro Insight (led by News UK), print and tablet advertising and content deliver the same levels of engagement and memorability. The research discovered that tablets generate more immediate visual attention, while print is a ‘slower -burn’ medium, causing stronger levels of emotional engagement. Furthermore it was found that despite tablet ads in newspapers being seen for shorter periods of time than print ads (due to their solus page status); they still deliver the same levels of memorability. Finally, despite minor physical differences in how newspaper content is accessed, the information is processed in the same manner, if presented consistently across both platforms.

     

    YouTube Launches Music Key subscription service

    Google is to take on the likes of Spotify and Rdio with its YouTube music service that lets user’s stream ad free music and videos. The beta service is live in 7 markets (UK, Ireland, USA, Italy, Spain, Finland and Portugal) and can be accessed via YouTube’s existing Android and iOS apps. Despite the delayed launch, due to disputes with independent labels, the £9.99 monthly Music Key subscription will also allow users to save clips to listen to offline and allow them to continue playing music in the background when switching to other programs on mobile. Similarly to Spotify’s business model, consumers can access the service for free, but with ads intercutting content. Spotify currently dominates the market with 50m active users and 12.5m paying subscribers but experts are saying that Google’s new offering may tempt people to switch service.

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  • Insight

    We understand the behaviour of consumers through bespoke research, analysis and interpretation.

    Key objectives for Insight:

    • Identify influences and motivations
    • To understand interests, passions, feelings and actions
    • Creation, analysis and definition of target audiences
    • Prioritise communication channels and opportunities
    • Utilise all key industry tools

     

  • Strategy

    Our strategic planning solutions are based on the foundation of understanding consumer behaviour through Insight.

    The principles of our strategic planning are to:

    • Engage with consumers in relevant and inspiring ways
    • Clearly understand client objectives
    • Identify and create opportunities outside of traditional routes
    • Be at the forefront of the marketing landscape
    • Believe in the power of a great idea

     

  • Invest

    We are committed to identifying, negotiating and delivering the best price in the market.

    The foundations of our media buying are to:

    • Add value to everything we do
    • Consistently over deliver
    • Identify and capitalise on emerging market opportunities
    • Leverage our flexibility to take advantage of market conditions

     

  • On Demand

    On Demand planning allows us to communicate with consumers on their own terms.

    The key principals of this planning are:

    • Interest based targeting
    • Understanding how, where and when consumers enjoy content
    • Knowing how to effectively engage with target audiences
    • Generate content ideas and innovation

     

  • Social

    Engaging consumers in meaningful conversations is an integral part of our strategic planning.

    We believe in:

    • Sharing intelligence on established and emerging social platforms
    • Consulting with clients on how best to communicate with consumers in the social space
    • Integrating social communication with all other media
    • Leveraging existing social communities and platforms with the marketing plan

     

  • Innovate

    Ideas, creativity and innovation are vital in producing memorable campaigns. We are committed to delivering this through our integrated media solutions.

    We achieve this through:

    • A complete understanding of your business objectives
    • Pioneering emerging platforms and technology
    • Developing creative concepts
    • Partnerships with media owners

     

MJ Media
The Team

MJ Media teams are multi-disciplined and centred around clients, not media channels. We believe that this facilitates a deeper understanding of our clients’ business objectives.

Music & Live

MJ Media’s dedicated music and live entertainment division. Our experienced music industry team provides a marketing and media service to suit our client’s specialist requirements.