Magazine ABCs: Top 100 for second half of 2015

Magazine ABCs: Top 100 for second half of 2015

The UK's most actively purchased magazines and digital editions have been revealed for the second half of 2015.

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Johnston Press and ESI Media confirm talks over sale of i newspaper

Johnston Press and ESI Media confirm talks over sale of i newspaper

Johnston Press has said it is in "late stage discussions" with Independent Print, the company owned by the Lebedevs, over the sale of i newspaper for £24 million.

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Publicis Groupe's UK revenues dropped by 4.4% in 2015

Publicis Groupe's UK revenues dropped by 4.4% in 2015

Publicis Groupe saw a 4.4 per cent decline in revenue in the UK in 2015, according to its full year results, released this morning.

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Twitter's ad revenue up 48% but user growth stalls for first time

Twitter's ad revenue up 48% but user growth stalls for first time

Twitter has reported a $521.03 million (£358.65 million) net loss for trading in 2015 and, for the first time, no growth in its user numbers.

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Is commercial radio's audience rise due to BBC budget cuts?

Is commercial radio's audience rise due to BBC budget cuts?

Commercial radio's content and reach have helped its listener numbers overtake those of the BBC.

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Things we like: Fox livening up Old Trafford

Things we like: Fox livening up Old Trafford

Manchester United is struggling to get near the summit of the Premier League table but it has come up with a potentially winning commercial partnership with Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox.

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Can we focus on the positives of publishing?

Can we focus on the positives of publishing?

Agencies and advertisers should support these valuable brands and push for more data from the ABC.

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Gunn Report For Media 2015

Gunn Report For Media 2015

The most-awarded work in 2015 made use of tech and data - and brought fame to brands too, Gideon Spanier writes.

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Technology giants doing wrong? It makes me mad

Technology giants doing wrong? It makes me mad

What a palaver. Google executives are grilled by MPs to justify why the world's most valuable company pays a lower percentage of tax than just about anyone in the UK, a few weeks after its £130 million payment - meant to recast them as decent citizens - backfired spectacularly.

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Say anything about Twitter but at least it will pay tax

Say anything about Twitter but at least it will pay tax

No-one likes Twitter at the moment. Writing this ahead of Twitter's annual results, which were due late on Wednesday, it is clear that there are problems, with an exodus of senior US talent and the share price hitting a record low this week.

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Kirkham joins Bigballs Media to lead Copa90

Kirkham joins Bigballs Media to lead Copa90

Bigballs Media has appointed the Holler co-founder James Kirkham to head Copa90, the high-profile football channel on YouTube.

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Ten things you need to know: new role for O&M's Human

Ten things you need to know: new role for O&M's Human

Ogilvy's Gerry Human moves to a global role, Virgin Media ad banned, and more advertising and media highlights this week.

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A better way to use data

A better way to use data

Everybody likes to believe they make good decisions when they trust their gut instinct.

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IAB says 70% use mobile device when watching TV

IAB says 70% use mobile device when watching TV

Half of UK online adults say that the TV is the focal point of their living room, according to research by the Internet Advertising Bureau UK.

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The Week Junior pulls in 10,000 paid subscribers

The Week Junior pulls in 10,000 paid subscribers

The Week Junior, the Dennis Publishing title, has attracted more than 10,000 paid subscribers three months after its launch.

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