Yahoo has confirmed the appointment of Omnicom's Marc Bignell as head of trading across Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Growth in digital ad revenues at Mail Online more than offset falls at the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday newspapers in the last quarter, generating a third of the newsbrand's ad revenues at £15m.
Power plays by Rupert Murdoch and John Malone driven by threat from digital upstarts, not just egos. By Maisie McCabe.
School's out for the summer - and so too, for once, is the sunshine. As teachers across the country pick themselves up and begin the healing process, spurred on no doubt by the promise that Michael Gove will not be returning to class in September, thoughts invariably turn to our own great escapes.
25 July 2014: Goodstuff Communications and Arena move up in the top ten after winning Zoopla and Flight Centre respectively.
The best World Cup in living memory, despite the inevitable disappointment of England's early departure, beautifully showcased the convergence of "old" and "new" media, where the quality of the football was matched by the entertainment experience.
The World Cup is now over, but people are Tweeting about everyday life. Should brands join in, David Benady asks.
Vogue's editor of more than two decades tells David Benady how the magazine has remained high-end while widening its appeal.
Viacom's purchase of Channel 5 from Northern & Shell is now unlikely to happen until at least September.
Is there demand among advertisers and listeners for the pending second national DAB multiplex, Arif Durrani asks.
Is media moving into such complex areas that there's a danger of it leaving behind a bewildered array of other agency specialists - particularly creatives?
Red Bee Media could be forced to cull some of the 70-plus people working on its BBC account after the corporation announced it was ending the exclusive production deal at the end of next year.
Universal Music UK is launching a venture to offer ad agencies the services of composers who have worked on films such as Independence Day and Quantum Of Solace.
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