Rupert Murdoch's UK newspapers saw revenues tumble 19% in the 12 months after the Brexit vote.
The Daily Mail has launched a weekly print football supplement, The Verdict, on Mondays.
The IPA has accused Google and Facebook of being too slow to tackle problems with brand safety, viewability and measurement and has demanded "urgent action" in an open letter.
The problems in the consumer packaged goods industry are structural and global, as well as cyclical and local.
UKTV has agreed a potentially pioneering deal with Omnicom Media Group that will see five agencies work together on the broadcaster's estimated £15m media account.
Procter & Gamble's annual ad expenditure has dropped 1.7% to $7.12bn (£5.47bn), the lowest level since 2006, after it abruptly cut its digital adspend.
MediaCom has topped the nominations for the most prestigious awards in UK commercial media for the second year in a row.
Everyone involved in the long-running Sainsbury's £115m media review has lessons to learn.
Sainsbury's has confirmed that PHD has won its consolidated £115m media planning and buying account, ending the long-running drama over the account review.
Accenture has bought UK-based marketing and sales consultancy Brand Learning Group as the management consulting giant continues its strategy of wooing chief marketing officers.
Wunderman global chief executive Mark Read explains how he is transforming the digital shop, why it's merging with Possible, and what he has learned from Sir Martin Sorrell.
Robert Ffitch, the former Manning Gottlieb OMD chief executive and Telegraph Media Group director of advertising revenues, is to become chief strategy officer at Hearst Magazines UK.
Refusal to work together risks serious damage to the UK newspaper ad market.
Telegraph Media Group has pulled out of the UK newspaper industry's efforts to set up a joint ad sales house in a potentially decisive blow to the initiative.
Carolyn McCall, ITV's new chief executive, proved the doubters wrong at easyJet but the TV ad recession could persist into next year.
Channel 4 dipped into its cash reserves last year because the ad market slumped after Brexit and warned there is "no end in sight" to the current TV ad recession.
Openreach has ditched the BT name from its logo in a no-frills rebrand to reflect the broadband wholesaler's enforced separation from its parent company.
ITV's search for a new chief executive has raised questions because of the board's focus on candidates who have run companies on the stock market.
The proposed acquisition could yet be referred to the competition watchdog, Gideon Spanier writes.
Scott Hagedorn, founder of the Omnicom shop, believes media agencies need to act as the conductor to orchestrate the complex relationship between creative, data, CRM and technology.