Maiden is extending its Transvision network of in-station digital screens from six sites, including Edinburgh (pictured), to 10 over the next few months. The outdoor media owner, which has invested more than £4m in Transvision, will switch on new screens in London's King's Cross station, Leeds and Birmingham, by February 2004. David Pugh, managing director of Maiden Outdoor, said: "The King's Cross screen will bring Maiden's London network up to six screens with all points of the compass covered. We're starting to achieve a book-ends effect, reaching people at the beginning and end of their journeys."
Waitrose has joined forces with Channel 4 and produced a Saturday morning lifestyle and cookery programme called 'Weekend Kitchen with Waitrose', with TV presenters Lisa Snowdon and Steve Jones signed up to front it.
The Guardian reached more than 100 million monthly unique browsers for the first time in March, according to Audit Bureau of Circulations figures published today.
Italians swearing and shouting while sitting behind the wheels of their cars and negotiating the busy streets of Rome could become a thing of the past if they all start driving Toyota's Hybrid vehicles, implies a short film for the car brand.