The interim chief executive of the mobile joint venture isn't afraid to admit the offering needs clarity, David Benady writes.
Channel 4 has expanded its interactive ad formats to tablet and mobile devices.
DMG Media has appointed Charlie Cox as the managing director of Metro Newspapers, which sees him replace Steve Auckland.
OMD has retained the pan-European media business for Eurotunnel, the owner of the Channel Tunnel and the accompanying rail service, ending a 260 day pitch process.
Google's YouTube is in the early stages of developing an advertising-free subscription service for online video, according to chief executive Susan Wojcicki.
HSBC presents golf without the elitism in a campaign to mark its sponsorship of the game.
The Radio Advertising Bureau has hired Lucy Barrett, the communications director at JWT, as client director.
The Gym Group, the budget gym operator, has appointed MEC as its media agency.
Tiffany & Co has appointed MEC to its $100 million (£62 million) media planning and buying account, following a competitive pitch.
Quit, the anti-smoking charity, shows people how much longer they would live if they gave up the habit in a campaign to coincide with the end of British Summer Time.
Jeremy Darroch, the chief executive of BSkyB, took home £4.9 million in the 12 months to the end of June 2014, less than a third of the £17 million he was paid a year earlier.
Andrew Miller, the chief executive of Guardian Media Group, has urged the BBC to allow newspapers access to raw news feeds and to tap into its back catalogue.
Check One Two, the testicular cancer awareness campaign, is launching a comedy show airing tonight on Channel 4, as part of its commitment to beat cancer.
Adspeak, the term for the language used by advertisers, has been recognised in the latest edition of the Collins English Dictionary, among a host of words used in the industry.
London's commercial radio stations have taken a pummelling to their weekly audience figures, with the big four all shedding listeners year on year and Heart's breakfast show sliding to sixth place.
Heart has been keeping a tight grip on its nine million weekly listeners, according to the latest Rajar radio audience figures.
Mail Online has appointed Clare Rush, the managing partner of commercials and joint head of investment at MEC, as its deputy chief revenue officer at Mail Online UK and rest of the world.
The IPA has voiced concerns after Telefónica reversed its appointment of Publicis Groupe's ZenithOptimedia and hired Havas to handle its £200 million European media account after a process estimated to have cost agencies $4 million (£2.5 million).
Hotpoint Appliances is sponsoring the Good Food Channel's World of Flavour strand in a six-figure deal, with idents running until September next year.
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