• Meet a Member: Lori Baluta of Discovery, Inc.

    February 25, 2019

    • by Davielle Pierrette, IHAF

    This month, we’re getting to know Lori Baluta, Senior Photo Operations Specialist at Discovery, Inc. As most IHAF members know, the internal agency at Discovery was recently disbanded—with Lori opening up about everything from how she got her start to what it’s like for those who remain with the …

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  • A Must-Have for Producing Great Content

    February 18, 2019

    After attending the 2018 IHAF Conference & Awards Show, we noticed that all of the keynote speakers had one thing in common—good work. Each presented their own game-changing video content and we loved it. Great content is what we all aspire to create, so, why is it so rare?

    Sure, you’ve got a good …

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  • Delivering Personalized Content at Scale

    February 04, 2019

    As customer attention turns more and more to digital channels, it’s increasingly important for organizations to meet them there. Digital advertising constitutes more than half of US agency revenue. Driving traffic to brand sites and engaging on social media is imperative. Unfortunately, some in- …

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  • 5 Things Music Can Do for Your Brand

    January 22, 2019

    We believe in great music. And not an idealistic, head-in-the-clouds belief. We believe great music makes a tangible difference in our clients’ creative and ultimately creates a connection between a brand and its audience.

    Here are five things music can do for your brand:

    1) Establish leadership. …

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  • Why Software (Not Staffers) Should Be Managing Content Distribution

    December 03, 2018

    It’s a common misconception that communication is easy for in-house creative teams. In truth, even when decision-makers and team members are under the same roof, launching campaigns in house and coordinating across multiple departments can be complex and costly without the right tools in place.

    So, …

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  • Hiring for Talent, Not Location

    October 29, 2018

    • by Jack Teuber, PwC

    When asked why he robbed banks, legend has it that Willie Sutton replied, “Because that’s where the money is.” Get any group of internal agency leaders together and the talk quickly turns to talent. Where to find it. How to keep it. And, what motivates morale.

    If your in-house agency is located in …

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  • Meet a Member: Michelle Clark, E.J. Gallo Winery

    September 24, 2018

    • by Davielle Pierrette

    Meet IHAF member, Michelle Clark—Director of Creative Services at E.J. Gallo Winery, the leading provider of California wines in select markets around the world. Having led their 20-person account management group for a little over a year, Michelle talks servicing over one hundred brands of wine, …

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  • Make Plans to Attend Adobe MAX This Year: $400 Discount for IHAF Members

    September 12, 2018

    • by Elissa Dunn Scott, Adobe

    Adobe MAX is the largest conference of its kind, the epicenter of creativity, and where top minds get together to cover all aspects of the creative experience.

    Come to MAX if you’re looking to: perfect your skills, be inspired, network with peers, and explore what’s next on the creative landscape. …

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  • Internal Agencies Are On the Rise

    September 10, 2018

    • by IHAF Staff

    IHAF recently revealed top trends and business challenges among in-house agencies in its 2018 benchmarking study, fielded in partnership with Forrester Research and featured in the Wall Street Journal. The report details the functional competencies, service offerings, project composition and …

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  • Optimizing Creative Operations Through Automation

    September 04, 2018

    Since the advent of programmatic ad buying, automation has been transforming marketing business processes, with AI tools starting to play a part too. Competition demands that creative units quickly learn the benefits that automation technology can bring. The aim is not to deskill creatives but to …

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