Visitors to Burberry's flagship store on Regent Street can stitch themselves into the luxury brand's star-studded Christmas ad, thanks to a partnership with Google.
Visa Europe's TV ad campaign to promote the Apply Pay feature of its credit and debit cards, stars a big band drummer who is credited with teaching Phil Collins.
Doddle, the parcel service, has launched a campaign ahead of Black Friday, playing on the behaviour of shoppers at sales.
Science is squeezing the art out of advertising, according to the attendees of a Parliamentary Debating Group at the House of Commons last night.
Emirates will replace Corona as headline sponsor of the ATP World Tour, in what the association says is its biggest ever agreement.
Sir John Hegarty's incubator business, The Garage Soho, has invested in online property platform Settled, and will provide branding guidance for the firm.
Creston, the marketing group that owns TMW and Nelson Bostock, has reported a 74 per cent drop in pre-tax profits for the six months ending in September this year.
Transport for London has ended its 15-year relationship with M&C Saatchi.
ITV has confirmed that The Voice, the singing competition, will move to the commercial broadcaster from the BBC in 2017.
Strictly Come Dancing pulled in an average audience of 10.7 million people for its results show last night.
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Cinema has the strongest combined brand impact of any medium, according to research by Millward Brown, commissioned by Digital Cinema Media.
More than half of people in the UK will own a smartphone by the end of this year for the first time, according to research from ZenithOptimedia.
Samsung is promoting the SUHD TV in its Christmas ad, which features people allowing their old TVs to be damaged so they have an excuse to buy a new one.
Quality Street is releasing a TV campaign that aims to usurp Coca-Cola and its holiday truck as the first sign of Christmas.
Immediate Media has announced its intention to buy Jewellery Maker, a 24-hour TV shopping channel.
Refinery29, the US-based fashion and lifestyle media company, is launching a UK website and has appointed a new London-based editorial team.
Digital Cinema Media has refused to run a Church of England ad featuring the Lord's Prayer because it could offend audiences.
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