A Sky Sports ad starring Thierry Henry, the former France and Arsenal footballer, sharing the history of England's top football league, has taken the top place in the chart.
Pearson is in talks to sell its 50 per cent stake in the Economist within days after its sale of the Financial Times to Nikkei, with a major investor already confirming its interest in increasing its stake.
Audible, Amazon's audio book arm, is sponsoring the third series of Dave's Crackanory, featuring Christopher Lloyd, Sarah Millican, Tamsin Greig, Greg Davies and Simon Bird.
Bauer Media has appointed Cosmopolitan's deputy editor Suzy Cox to be editor of Heat magazine.
The BBC has handed its media business to Havas Media, following a competitive pitch process.
BT is kicking off a major ad campaign featuring Gareth Bale and David Luiz to support the launch of European football on its BT Sport channel.
Vizeum UK, the Dentsu Aegis Network media shop, has promoted Charlie Ebdy to head of strategy.
Immediate Media has hired Francois-Régis Coumau, the general manager for continental Europe at eBay, for the newly created role of group managing director.
Bloomberg Media has appointed Allan Wai as its first global commercial creative director.
Steven Chang, corporate vice president of Tencent, talked to Atifa Silk, brand director of Campaign Asia, at the Cannes Lions festival. They discussed the swift rise of Tencent and the changing behaviour of the consumer in China.
DMGT's division for Metro, the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday and MailOnline has appointed WPP's Maxus to handle its media planning and buying in the UK and the US, and to provide strategic advice.
The Sun enjoyed that increasingly rare thing last weekend when it landed a genuine "world exclusive".
ITV has signed Aunt Bessie's as the new multimillion-pound sponsor of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!.
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