Meet the bosses: the UK's top 20 media agencies

Gallery: Media Week introduces the UK's leading media agency bosses, following the release this week of Nielsen's list of top 20 agencies.

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Publicis agencies Starcom MediaVest and ZenithOptimedia each shed more than 15% of their media billings last year, according to Nielsen, with MediaCom retaining its status as the number one media agency for the seventh year in a row. Full story.

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