Facebook has confirmed plans to offer video contributors a share of advertising revenues generated around posts, in a move that will increase competition with Google's YouTube.
BBC Trust chairman, Rona Fairhead, has said she "accepts" the surprise announcement by culture secretary, John Whittingdale, today that the government will stop subsidising the over-75s TV licence fee, but has questioned the process that led to the m...
A video by YouTube of people telling their loved ones that they are gay, has taken the top spot in this week's chart.
Yorkshire Tea is launching a £5 million campaign with a TV ad that takes viewers to "brewtopia".
Eric Cantona, the French former footballer, has vowed to swim the English Channel if 10,000 Brits agree that Kronenbourg 1664, the Heineken lager, is the best tasting beer in the world.
The technology will allow brands to deliver contextual messages through their own apps to commuters.
Havas Media has won the £16 million media planning and buying business for interactive entertainment firm Ubisoft, previously handled by Maxus.
Fifteen per cent of Brits online are using ad blockers because they find the spots "interruptive or annoying," according to a report by YouGov.
Oasis, the Coca-Cola owned juice brand, has launched a humorous campaign in an attempt to connect with a new generation of consumers.
The Independent has halved its trading loss in its last financial year, attributed to increased revenues generated by its digital operation and offshoot i, and cost-savings in production.
The Campaign Big Awards has extended its deadline for entries to Wednesday 8 July due to popular demand.
R/GA New York has won Agency of the Year at the Cannes International Festival of Creativity, the first time a digital shop has taken the accolade.
WPP has been named the Holding Company of the Year at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity for the fifth consecutive year.
Campaign once again took over the Carlton Beach in Cannes for its annual party.
A charity prank by Arnold Schwarzenegger, in which he walks around Hollywood and poses for pictures dressed as the Terminator, has raced to the top of the chart this week.
The Daily Mail is expanding its brand into mainstream broadcasting with DailyMailTV, a daily TV series produced by Dr Phil McGraw and Jay McGraw's Stage 29 Productions.
Professor Brian Cox has waded into the debate about whether the use of data can enhance creativity in advertising by insisting "data is never bad... it's never restrictive".
Saatchi & Saatchi London has created a bright and provocative series of digital animations and print posters to celebrate the launch of Campaign's global issue.
Twitter looks set to embrace the power and reach of television advertising in its first UK specific marketing activity scheduled to launch later this year.
Yannick Bolloré, the chairman and chief executive of Havas, has told Cannes he feels more pain when losing a client than joy when winning new business.
Agencies in the UK picked up seven Media Lions awards in Cannes tonight, led by MediaCom winning one Silver Lion and two Bronze Lions.
- PR Account Director AF Selection £38000 - £40000 per annum, West Midlands
- Senior CRM Executive Online Resourcing Up to £34,000, Euston, London
- Marketing Executive Online Resourcing Up to £28,000, Euston, London
- Corporate Affairs Manager Stopgap £150 - £160 per day, London
- Global Content Manager Stopgap £35000 per annum, London
- The man who made Grey matter
- Yorkshire Tea launches £5 million campaign
- Eric Cantona to swim Channel if Brits agree Kronenbourg 1664 is best beer
- Beacons installed on 500 London buses by Exterion Media
- Heineken selects Publicis Worldwide to be lead global creative agency
- MediaCom's Lisa Humphreys flies flag for media in '35 women under 35' list