The History of Advertising Trust is the largest and most comprehensive archive of UK advertising heritage in the world and is held in trust for educational purposes. HAT was founded in 1976 and registered as a Charity in 1978, and we now hold over three million items, representing every form of UK advertising and PR material , from working papers through to extensive collections of TV, Poster and Print as well as a specialist library of over 5000 books. We offer a research enquiry service, free student day visits and the introduction of ARROWS online archive is an early example of our plans to offer greater digital access to our collections in the future.
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Published weekly since 1968, Campaign is Britain's leading magazine for advertising and communications professionals and is widely recognised as the bible of the creative and media industry. Campaign is authorative, insightful, provocative, opinionated and the only magazine in the market that genuinely champions brilliant creativity across the communications spectrum. Aside from its unrivalled record of breaking news and important news stories, Campaign offers coverage of the international market, celebrates the best breaking campaigns from the UK and international creative work, and has an extensive media section providing features and analysis of the key media issues.
BTAA was formed in 1976 as a non-profit making organisation owned and operated by the British commercials industry. It organises two events each year, BTAA and the BTA Craft Awards, fosters emerging talent through an association with The Kodak Student Commercial Awards, and presents the winners of BTAA to tens of thousands of people across the USA as part of a program organised in conjunction with The Museum of Modern Art in New York.
The IPA is one of the world's pre-eminent trade bodies for marketing communications agencies. The IPA have over 270 of the UK?s brightest and best agencies in membership, from a broad range of disciplines, who between them handle an estimated 85 per cent of all UK advertising spend. The IPA are pleased to be able to offer subscriptions to the ARROWS archive to its members at beneficial rates