HBO's trailer for the second season of True Detective has made it to the top spot.
Survivors UK, the charity supporting male survivors of rape and sexual abuse, is launching an online campaign to encourage men to speak out about abuse as a part of the healing process.
Trinity Mirror is considering an appeal after a High Court judge ordered the publisher to pay "very substantial" damages to celebrities Sadie Frost, Paul Gascoigne and others for phone-hacking.
Just five of the coveted black Pencils were awarded for creative excellence at last night's D&AD awards ceremony.
This year's theme for the annual Wacl training event Gather was "together". Alice Driscoll, the deputy managing director at Jam, lists ten things she picked up.
News that Blinkx, the video advertising company, posted a pre-tax loss of $25 million this week for the year to the end of March 2015, should raise alarm bells for those in the online advertising business.
MEC has appointed Martin Beauchamp, a solutions engineer at AppNexus, as its first head of programmatic strategy.
The ASA has banned an ad from Unilever and Asos, which promoted a competition that offered 25 winners a £5,000 Henry Holland dress, for being misleading.
Dave Bedwood, a creative director at M&C Saatchi, is to leave the agency in June.
Coco de Mer, the lingerie and sex-toy retailer, has collaborated with TBWA\London and Rankin, the fashion photographer, to produce an X-rated campaign.
Collider, the company that invests in and supports startups, held a speed dating session with Ogilvy & Mather Group UK in London yesterday.
Betfair, the gambling site, is preparing a review of its £15 million media planning and buying business, currently handled by Arena.
Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur, the Brown-Forman Beverages drink, has appointed Isobar as its UK social and digital agency following a competitive pitch.
Huggies has topped the chart by creating a 3D-printed ultrascan of a foetus for a blind mother.
Adrian Gans, VCCP's innovation director, gives his impressions from the first week of Digital Shoreditch, a two-week event that unites technology, creativity and entrepreneurs.
Mobile advertising is being held back due to a disconnect between creative agencies, media agencies and clients, the IAB's Mobile Engage conference heard today.
The right balance of data and creativity will lead to a successful mobile ad, the Internet Advertising Bureau UK Mobile Engage conference has heard.
Mobile media is changing behaviours and there is a great opportunity for brands in this space, Twitter's UK sales director told the Internet Advertising Bureau UK Mobile Engage conference today.
Instagram is not used as a form of escapism but to express creativity, Rob Newlan, the director of Creative Shop for Instagram and Facebook EMEA, has said.
Verizon Communications has guaranteed the headlines with its $4.4 billion purchase of AOL, but what has the company with 100 million mobile customers gained?
Tim Armstrong, chief executive of AOL, has strongly denied reports there are plans to spin-off the Huffington Post following the group's sale to telecoms giant, Verizon.
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