Northern & Shell, which publishes OK! Magazine and the Daily Express, has promoted Chris Kelly to head of print, replacing Jane Putley who is leaving in June to join News UK as head of news.
In the first in a new series, Media Week's David Emin invites an industry heavyweight out to lunch at one of the Boisdales restaurants. Who better to start the dining experience than the Lunchmaster himself, City AM's co-founder Lawson Muncaster.
Johnson & Johnson has called a global review of its media planning and buying business, putting GroupM's Primus on alert in the UK.
This week, Anna Jones, chief executive officer at Hearst Magazines UK, speaks at the PPA Festival, mentors at WACL's Gather, champions creative industries and meets the Queen.
YouTube, with its ever-expanding array of content, massive appeal and universally-accessible platform, is almost certainly a step closer to being the television of the future than whatever most of us are watching on our TV sets.
The ad watchdog has banned a Procter & Gamble YouTube video that featured a model vlogger, for not being easily identifiable as marketing communication.
Transport for London is increasing the ad space available on its website as part of plans to grow revenue from its commercial estate.
Janine Gibson, editor-in-chief of the Guardian website and a deputy editor of Guardian News & Media, is leaving the publisher after 17 years, following her failed bid to replace outgoing editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger.
Diageo, the drinks giant, has launched a digital out-of-home campaign for Pimm's, which will activate when the weather reaches a temperature of 21 degrees.
Tango has returned to advertising after a two-year hiatus on Saturday with a deliberately sappy and off-brand TV spot.
Last week's Black Pencil was important because it is a rare example of what can be done with radio, a medium not often taken seriously creatively.
Paul Hayes, the managing director, commercial of News UK, is leaving the publisher of The Times and The Sun after 15 years.
Twenty-First Century Fox, the film and home entertainment company, is including its £150 million European media planning and buying duties in a complete overhaul of its global media strategy.
As this week's Rajar figures highlight digital listening hours are at an all-time high, up 6.4% (yoy), Simon Kilby, head of marketplace at Bauer Media, points to new commercial opportunities.
Trinity Mirror is considering an appeal after a High Court judge ordered the publisher to pay "very substantial" damages to celebrities Sadie Frost, Paul Gascoigne and others for phone-hacking.
BBC radio has scraped an upturn in its overall weekly audience reach in the first quarter of 2015, while commercial radio suffered a decline during the same period.
Bauer Media's digital push to transform Magic into a national radio brand has paid off, as the network has grown 31.2 per cent in the first quarter of 2015.
The stage is set for marketing and media leaders to explore best practices and be inspired by innovations at this year's Media360 by the sea in Brighton.
Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon's Capital FM Breakfast Show is no longer the most popular morning show for Londoners, after the pair were overtaken by Kiss in the first three months of this year.
News that Blinkx, the video advertising company, posted a pre-tax loss of $25 million this week for the year to the end of March 2015, should raise alarm bells for those in the online advertising business.