Haven reviews media planning and buying

Haven reviews media planning and buying

Haven, the UK-based holidays company, is reviewing its media planning and buying business.

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Let's make life easy for the brain-drained generation

Let's make life easy for the brain-drained generation

When were you last really, really tired?

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Reporters without borders for a global, mobile brand

Reporters without borders for a global, mobile brand

As we head into a period a Norwegian friend of mine delightfully calls the "cucumber season" - due to all the filler stories about growing vegetables - there is still plenty that demands our attention.

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Bauer considers free weekly launch with Kiss magazine

Bauer considers free weekly launch with Kiss magazine

Bauer Media is considering launching a magazine for the Kiss radio brand aimed at millennials.

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Should broadcasters welcome a scaled-back BBC?

Should broadcasters welcome a scaled-back BBC?

With the BBC's future under review, would a reduced remit benefit its commercial rivals, Gurjit Degun asks

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Things we like: Intelligent outdoor
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FT looks to Rising Sun as print sales decline

FT looks to Rising Sun as print sales decline

Why did the title command such a high price when the future of the press has never been so uncertain?

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Man vs machine: the battle for social media

Man vs machine: the battle for social media

It's time to get real, Paul Frampton writes - emotional, not artificial, intelligence is the key to successful campaigns.

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Rapport picks up 20th Century Fox OOH task

Rapport picks up 20th Century Fox OOH task

20th Century Fox has moved its £12 million UK outdoor media planning and buying account to Rapport without a pitch.

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What's next for Twitter to become more ad-friendly?

What's next for Twitter to become more ad-friendly?

After a mixed set of results for the social messaging network in the second quarter of 2015, Wunderman's senior client director says its event targeting platform is a positive step forward.

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Arif Durrani to leave Haymarket for Bloomberg Media

Arif Durrani to leave Haymarket for Bloomberg Media

Arif Durrani will be leaving Haymarket to join Bloomberg Media as commercial editor for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

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National Geographic launches noughties global campaign

National Geographic launches noughties global campaign

National Geographic Channels International has launched a global TV campaign for a new series about the noughties.

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Make your vote count: what's your favourite TV ad of all time?

Make your vote count: what's your favourite TV ad of all time?

With the 60th anniversary of UK TV advertising almost upon us, Marketing implores you to nominate your favourite examples of gogglebox brand engagement across the past six decades. Leave your comment below, email or tweet.

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Sky profits up 6 per cent with nearly a million customers added

Sky profits up 6 per cent with nearly a million customers added

Sky has hailed end-of-year financial results for the 12 months to 30 June 2015 as being "outstanding", after it posted an adjusted pre-tax profit of £1.20 billion, an increase of 6 per cent on the previous year.

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Guardian's Anna Watkins to co-chair Media Week Awards judging

Guardian's Anna Watkins to co-chair Media Week Awards judging

Anna Watkins, managing director of Guardian Labs, will be the co-chair of this year’s Media Week Awards judging.

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