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Music to adland's ears

"I think there needs to be a meeting to set an agenda for more meetings about meetings" - Jonah Goldberg.

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Virgin Trains seeks media agency

Virgin Trains seeks media agency

Virgin Trains is holding a review of its £12 million media planning and buying business, currently handled by Manning Gottlieb OMD.

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Cannes hosts marriage of old and new media

Cannes hosts marriage of old and new media

Amid the bravado and one-upmanship along the Croisette, the Daily Mail and Snapchat stole the show. By Arif Durrani.

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Milllennials will ditch brands that spam them

Milllennials will ditch brands that spam them

The millennial generation might be more willing than older consumers to give away personal information online but marketers must beware what they do with it.

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TVPlayer to launch subscription service

TVPlayer to launch subscription service

TVPlayer, the live TV streaming service, is to launch a subscription service called TVPlayer Plus.

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Haymarket appoints Martin Gee as group's first CTO

Haymarket appoints Martin Gee as group's first CTO

Haymarket Media Group has appointed Channel 4's Martin Gee to its management team as chief technology officer.

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Beacons installed on 500 London buses by Exterion Media

Beacons installed on 500 London buses by Exterion Media

The technology will allow brands to deliver contextual messages through their own apps to commuters.

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Havas Media wins Ubisoft's £16m media business

Havas Media wins Ubisoft's £16m media business

Havas Media has won the £16 million media planning and buying business for interactive entertainment firm Ubisoft, previously handled by Maxus.

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Blackett and Viner named among Radio 4 Woman's Hour Power List

Blackett and Viner named among Radio 4 Woman's Hour Power List

BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour has named Karen Blackett, the UK chief executive of MediaCom, to its Power List of top 10 influencers.

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London Evening Standard reports £1.4m trading profit

London Evening Standard reports £1.4m trading profit

The London Evening Standard, the capital's free evening news brand, has posted its third consecutive year of profit, to £1.4 million, greeted by its chief executive as "something to be celebrated".

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UKTV's Alibi launches rebrand with giant skull on London South Bank

UKTV's Alibi launches rebrand with giant skull on London South Bank

Alibi, the UKTV pay TV crime channel, is promoting its rebrand with a two-metre high replica of a human skull, which appeared this morning on London's South Bank.

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Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen on cracking China: five marketing lessons from the designer

Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen on cracking China: five marketing lessons from the designer

Interior designer Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen offers key observations about launching in challenging markets, as well as some more general lessons learned during the past two decades running his design business.

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One in seven Brits using ad blockers online, says YouGov

One in seven Brits using ad blockers online, says YouGov

Fifteen per cent of Brits online are using ad blockers because they find the spots "interruptive or annoying," according to a report by YouGov.

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Watch: Clear Channel's William Eccleshare on outdoor innovation

Watch: Clear Channel's William Eccleshare on outdoor innovation

William Eccleshare, the chairman and chief executive officer of Clear Channel International, spoke to Maisie McCabe in Cannes last week about the most innovative market for outdoor advertising.

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The Independent halves annual losses to £4.6m

The Independent halves annual losses to £4.6m

The Independent has halved its trading loss in its last financial year, attributed to increased revenues generated by its digital operation and offshoot i, and cost-savings in production.

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