Twitter has unveiled its first native video application, which allows users to shoot, edit and share videos from within its mobile app.
Siobhan Freegard, the founder of Netmums, the UK parenting advice site, has launched the Channel Mum YouTube network, with Panasonic as a launch partner.
Mark Read, the chief executive at WPP Digital, has been named the global chief executive at Wunderman, replacing Daniel Morel.
The Outdoor Media Centre, the outdoor media trade body, has appointed Mark Craze, the former chief executive of Havas Media UK, as its chairman, replacing Naren Patel.
Freeview launches its latest series of digital ads today, which show the benefits of free services.
Lowe Open and DLKW Lowe have launched an integrated marketing push to support ongoing TV activity for the British Heart Foundation's Wear Red fundraising day, which takes place on 6 February.
Publicis Groupe has extended the deadline for Sapient shareholders to accept its $3.7 billion offer for a fourth time.
Lingerie chain Victoria's Secret is getting in on the Super Bowl action by releasing an online film of five models playing American Football and buying a TV spot during the big game.
John Brown Media, the content marketing agency, has appointed Rebekah Billingsley to the newly created role of head of digital and content strategy.
FCB Inferno's ad for Sport England encouraging women to participate in sport has topped this week's Campaign Viral Chart.
Accenture has signed up as The Guardian's branded content partner for the 2015 RBS 6 Nations.
Mimi Turner, the former communications director for Northern & Shell, has joined the company behind online publications The Lad Bible and The Sport Bible as its first marketing director.
Havas Media Group, home to Havas Media and Arena, has formed a partnership with Facebook's Atlas to better track users and serve ads around the world, starting in the US and Western Europe.
Carlsberg has launched a campaign to find a new pundit for TalkSport, who will be part of the commentary line-up for the final game of the Premier League season.
The gambling industry is using a catchy ditty appropriated by ad agency The Corner from a 70s hit by Ram Jam to tell its customers to stop betting when they are throwing good money after bad.
The Houses of Parliament are broadcasting a series of short educational videos at London Underground stations to commemorate the anniversaries of the Simon de Montfort Parliament and the sealing of Magna Carta.
The business card company Moo has rolled out an ad to US audiences, bearing the tagline "Why be ordinary?".
The Sun newspaper appears to have stopped printing photographs of topless models on Page 3, following increasing pressure from a multitude of groups over many years.
Cheil is leading the nominations in the Marketing Agencies Association's Best Awards 2015 shortlist with 11 chances to take home a prize.
British Airways is reviewing its global digital advertising account, putting OgilvyOne on alert.
Sharon Osbourne, the reality TV celebrity, stars in the latest Moneysupermarket.com ad, which features a man wearing tight denim shorts and heels, dancing to Pussycat Dolls.
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