Channel 4 is to introduce a new annual competition offering up £1m in airtime to the best ad campaign idea featuring diversity, after the success of its Superhumans Wanted giveaway last year.
Guardian Labs differs from its rivals thanks to an editorial approach, executive editor Imogen Fox tells Maisie McCabe.
Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO picked up the Gold of Golds and the Most Creative Agency gong at the Creative Circle Awards last night, while 4Creative claimed the Champions of Creativity title.
The agency has strongly refuted claims made in a French magazine that it has incorrectly accounted for a settlement agreed with one of its software and IT services suppliers.
The MDC agency's first global chief executive is said to be leaving advertising altogether.
Publicis Groupe has strongly refuted claims made in a French magazine that it has incorrectly accounted for a settlement agreed with one of its software and IT services suppliers.
Wieden & Kennedy's loss of Finish and Nurofen highlights advertisers' ongoing struggle to juggle brand-building and short-term sales.
Crispin Porter & Bogusky's global chief executive Lori Senecal is to leave the MDC Partners agency at the end of the year.
Facebook is under fire after a newspaper probe but, arguably, this tactic isn't new.
Ogilvy is bringing its consultancy OgilvyRed to the EMEA region with the launch of a London office.
Picking up cheap PR points, rather than affecting the bottom line, risks becoming the new gold standard in an era of budget cuts.
British Airways is understood to have appointed a WPP team to handle its entire integrated creative, loyalty and media account.
FCB Inferno has promoted executive planning director Vicki Holgate to chief strategy officer ahead of Giles Hedger's departure to M&C Saatchi.
M&C Saatchi London has hired Giles Hedger, chief strategy officer at FCB Inferno, as its chief executive.
Sarah Golding's future-facing agenda as IPA president focuses rightly on technology but also on fighting the advertising industry's corner.
M&C Saatchi is understood to be in talks about working on the Conservative Party's general election campaign.
The advertising watchdog needs resource to continue its work as its remit widens - Google and Facebook's commitment is at least a good start.
Havas' UK revenue declined by 0.5% year on year to €60m in the first three months of 2017, although it rose slightly on an organic basis, as the group's global revenue rose 2.6% year on year to €519m.
Channel 4 has confirmed the Great British Bake Off will return this autumn and has started talking to advertisers about its estimated £8m sponsorship package.
Giffgaff has launched a major new ad - a 90-second spot from Who Wot Why's Sean Thompson, Matt Gooden and Ben Walker.