Telegraph redesigns print edition for 160th birthday

Telegraph redesigns print edition for 160th birthday

The Daily Telegraph has marked its 160th anniversary with a refresh in design of its print edition today, which sees the former gothic masthead restored on the front page.

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Harper's Bazaar UK issue to feature Samsung branded content

Harper's Bazaar UK issue to feature Samsung branded content

Samsung branded content, in the form of a smartphone, is to feature on the front of the August issue of Harper's Bazaar UK.

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'Shame is a commodity': Full text of Monica Lewinsky's speech at Cannes

'Shame is a commodity': Full text of Monica Lewinsky's speech at Cannes

Monica Lewinsky has warned against public shaming in a passionate speech at last week's International Festival of Creativity in Cannes.

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Cannes 2015: Photos from the Campaign beach party

Cannes 2015: Photos from the Campaign beach party

Campaign once again took over the Carlton Beach in Cannes for its annual party.

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Campaign Viral Chart: Schwarzenegger's Terminator prank gets 20m views

Campaign Viral Chart: Schwarzenegger's Terminator prank gets 20m views

A charity prank by Arnold Schwarzenegger, in which he walks around Hollywood and poses for pictures dressed as the Terminator, has raced to the top of the chart this week.

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AMV BBDO leads Film Lions shortlist for UK at Cannes

AMV BBDO leads Film Lions shortlist for UK at Cannes

Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO is the UK agency with the most nominations in the Film category at Cannes Lions 2015.

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Global appoints GMG's Darren Singer as chief financial officer

Global appoints GMG's Darren Singer as chief financial officer

Global, the owner of Capital, Heart and Classic FM radio stations, has hired Guardian Media Group's Darren Singer as its new chief financial officer.

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Facebook and Spotify no threat, says YouTube

Facebook and Spotify no threat, says YouTube

YouTube does not consider the rise of video on other platforms a threat, claiming there is plenty of "headroom" for each offering.

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'We're at beginning of working out ethics of the internet', says online abuse victim

'We're at beginning of working out ethics of the internet', says online abuse victim

Emma Holten, a Danish writer and activist who was a victim of revenge porn, claimed the internet "reproduces the worst issues" of society at a riveting debate in Cannes last night.

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Dr Phil launches DailyMailTV as a global 'game-changer'

Dr Phil launches DailyMailTV as a global 'game-changer'

The Daily Mail is expanding its brand into mainstream broadcasting with DailyMailTV, a daily TV series produced by Dr Phil McGraw and Jay McGraw's Stage 29 Productions.

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Ogilvy & Mather's radio work for Dove 'reduces Cannes jury to tears'

Ogilvy & Mather's radio work for Dove 'reduces Cannes jury to tears'

The UK is celebrating a strong performance in radio at Cannes, crowned with a gold Lion for Dove that reduced the jury to tears.

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You're not a planner, you're a lawyer

You're not a planner, you're a lawyer

In June, Google Firestarters invited seven planners to talk about the most useful thing they had learned in their careers.

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Ogilvy & Mather London wins gold Radio Lion in Cannes

Ogilvy & Mather London wins gold Radio Lion in Cannes

All of shortlisted UK agencies won awards in the Radio Lions category at Cannes tonight, with Ogilvy & Mather London scooping a gold.

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Brian Cox: 'Data is never bad'

Brian Cox: 'Data is never bad'

Professor Brian Cox has waded into the debate about whether the use of data can enhance creativity in advertising by insisting "data is never bad... it's never restrictive".

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My Media Week: Naren Patel

My Media Week: Naren Patel

Naren Patel, chief executive officer, Primesight, attends a business chiefs' drinks reception at Number 10 (obligatory selfie included) and delivers his son to Claudine Collins for career advice.

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