Things we like: Harvey Nicks' Vogue 100 ad

Things we like: Harvey Nicks' Vogue 100 ad

It's hard to imagine that advertising might steal some of the attention from editorial in the 100th-anniversary edition of Vogue, starring the Duchess of Cambridge in her first cover shoot, but Harvey Nichols did just that by enlisting a 100-year-old model.

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Is ISBA right that media agencies don't serve clients' best interests?

Is ISBA right that media agencies don't serve clients' best interests?

The body has taken steps to introduce greater transparency amid growing distrust, Gideon Spanier writes.

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ISBA isn't rebuilding trust with agency blame game

ISBA isn't rebuilding trust with agency blame game

If Britain's advertisers want to improve relations with media agencies, they are going about it in a strange way.

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Trinity Mirror's print ad revenue falls 19% as The New Day closes

Trinity Mirror's print ad revenue falls 19% as The New Day closes

Print advertising revenue at Trinity Mirror fell by 19 per cent in the first four months of this year, the publisher reported on the day it confirmed it would close The New Day.

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BMW launches £20m UK media contest

BMW launches £20m UK media contest

BMW is reviewing its estimated £20 million media account in the UK.

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Wood lands agencies chief role at Facebook

Wood lands agencies chief role at Facebook

Facebook has poached Ben Wood, the global president of iProspect, for the newly created role of director of agencies for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

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ITV plots ad takeover for Queen at 90 show

ITV plots ad takeover for Queen at 90 show

ITV is to air a royal-themed ad break to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday, with 11 brands taking part in "a unique, extended" commercial that will last two-and-a-half minutes.

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Netflix seeks media agency for special projects

Netflix seeks media agency for special projects

Netflix, the online film and TV streaming site, is on the hunt for a media agency to work on special projects.

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Trinity Mirror set to axe The New Day two months after launch

Trinity Mirror set to axe The New Day two months after launch

Trinity Mirror is expected to announce the closure of The New Day, the newspaper launched at the end of February, after flagging sales.

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Watch: Agencies go behind the scenes at #TwitterLive

Watch: Agencies go behind the scenes at #TwitterLive

Twitter invites agencies to #TwitterLive, an interactive showcase of exhibits powered by Tweets, Vine and Periscope.

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Media Week 30 under 30 - what the judges are looking for

Media Week 30 under 30 - what the judges are looking for

Amanda Pitt, partner at Grace Blue, is both a former winner of 30 under 30 and a judge in this year's competition. So what does it take to impress her?

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UK content marketing spend predicted to more than double by 2020

UK content marketing spend predicted to more than double by 2020

Content marketing spend in the UK is set to rise 179.2 per cent to £349 million in 2020, from £125 million in 2014, according to a report from Yahoo and Enders Analysis.

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ASA issues stricter guidelines for broadband ads

ASA issues stricter guidelines for broadband ads

The ad watchdog has released stricter guidelines for broadband ads featuring prices to avoid misleading customers.

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Posterscope aims to bolster digital offering with acquisition of Liveposter

Posterscope aims to bolster digital offering with acquisition of Liveposter

Posterscope, the Dentsu Aegis out-of-home specialist, has bought Liveposter, an out-of-home platform which enables digital campaigns to run across multiple networks and media owners.

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Adblock Plus maker and Pirate Bay founder launch publisher payment service

Adblock Plus maker and Pirate Bay founder launch publisher payment service

Eyeo, the maker of Adblock Plus, has partnered with micropayments service Flattr to launch a product enabling online readers to make small payments to publishers producing content.

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