The Daily Mirror is responding to the publicity around its rival The Sun's Page 3 by publishing a "montage" of tits tomorrow.
Monthly visitors to MailOnline, the world's biggest English-language newsbrand, hit new highs of 199.4 million browsers in December 2014, according to figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
John Brown Media, the content marketing agency, has appointed Rebekah Billingsley to the newly created role of head of digital and content strategy.
Accenture has signed up as The Guardian's branded content partner for the 2015 RBS 6 Nations.
Mimi Turner, the former communications director for Northern & Shell, has joined the company behind online publications The Lad Bible and The Sport Bible as its first marketing director.
Havas Media Group, home to Havas Media and Arena, has formed a partnership with Facebook's Atlas to better track users and serve ads around the world, starting in the US and Western Europe.
Cable TV company Liberty Global has appointed Dana Strong, the chief operating officer of its Virgin Media business, as senior vice-president and chief transformation officer.
This week, Grant Millar gets his feet under the table as UK CEO, ZenithOptimedia Group, in a welcome return to the UK media fold.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has promised to publish the result of a review of gambling ads "shortly" after concerns expressed by senior Lib Dem Danny Alexander came to light.
Nipples are funny things aren't they? I say funny, but the recent No More Page 3 campaign has made us all think far more seriously about them.
Stories from The Guardian and Daily Telegraph generated more comment and sharing on Twitter in 2014 than all other newsbrands, including the largest site MailOnline, according to a new study.
JCDecaux's withdrawal from the Outdoor Media Centre is a surprising turn of events, writes the Posterscope chief executive Annie Rickard.
Twitter has acquired mobile phone service ZipDial for a reported $40 million in an attempt to make the real-time social network more accessible to people in India and other emerging markets.
Broadchurch has continued its ratings slide, it's now been overtaken by BBC1's Silent Witness, in the competitive 9pm Monday evening slot.
The Sun newspaper appears to have stopped printing photographs of topless models on Page 3, following increasing pressure from a multitude of groups over many years.
The return of Celebrity Big Brother (CBB) on 7 January has held strong and delivered its best set of figures for Channel 5 at this stage of the schedule, according to the latest overnight figures.
Kiss FM is in hot water with Ofcom after broadcasting a track with offensive language and sexual references at a time when children were likely to be listening.
The London Evening Standard will invest all of the savings made by an ongoing redundancy programme among its editorial team back into the business, with a notable investment into the daily newspaper's distribution and digital operation, according to its chief executive.
Virgin Media has formed a partnership with Telegraph Media Group to promote its TV sports coverage offering across TMG's portfolio.
Interactive Media Holdings, owner of Myspace, is to rebrand as Viant as it launches a new digital ad product, Viant Advertising Cloud.
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