The second film instalment of Sport England's "This girl can" campaign broadens its scope to get more women exercising.
Sky is speaking to creative agencies as it prepares to shake up its sports-subscription service.
Gurjit Degun feels nostalgic watching the Hula Hoops ad.
We Are Social has appointed Alistair Campbell, former creative director at Guardian Labs, to lead its creative output in London.
Major tech companies such as Google are not as dominant around the world as the UK and US perceives them to be, Jerry Buhlmann, chief executive of Dentsu Aegis Network, has said.
Some Londoners express disgust at unrealistic body image promoted by controversial advertiser.
Dentsu Aegis Network is setting up a programme to work with UK schools, and pledged to donate 50,000 hours by 2020.
Verizon's acquisition of Yahoo is reported to have dropped in value by $250m.
Protein World's latest ad featuring Khloe Kardashian has caused outrage once again after posters of the scantily clad reality TV star appeared on the London Underground.
Ed Warren, a founder of Creature of London, is leaving to "pursue opportunities in the world of entertainment".
Uber, the taxi app, has appointed OMD to its international media account, including in the UK, Russia and France, after a competitive pitch.
Publicis.Sapient's creative agency The Community is launching in the UK, led by SapientRazorfish executive creative director Mark Hunter in the same role.
EA Sports, owner of the Fifa computer games, is reviewing its global advertising account.
The Walt Disney Company has ended its relationship with top YouTube star PewDiePie after he posted several anti-Semitic videos.
Facebook is launching an app that allows users to watch videos on its site on a TV.
The social network takes another step toward transparency after misstating some key metrics.
Facebook has committed to being audited by the Media Rating Council in an attempt to be more transparent.
OK! magazine's circulation had the biggest year on year fall among women's titles in the second half of 2016, dropping 31.4% to 189,270.
Time Inc is giving away copies of Marie Claire to customers at its beauty shop Fabled.
Publicis Groupe reported a net loss of €527m (£449m) in 2016, despite revenue rising 1.4% to €9.7bn compared with the previous year.