Now that Channel 5 has found a new home and his autobiography is released, for the first time in his life the colourful media mogul has time to reflect.
A video by YouTube of people telling their loved ones that they are gay, has taken the top spot in this week's chart.
Farrah Storr, the editor of Women's Health, has been named as the new editor at Cosmopolitan.
A spokesman for Virgin Trains has said "Virgin Trains is not reviewing its media business", putting halt to Campaign's story it was reviewing the account, handled by Manning Gottlieb OMD.
TVPlayer, the live TV streaming service, is to launch a subscription service called TVPlayer Plus.
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.
BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour has named Karen Blackett, the UK chief executive of MediaCom, to its Power List of top 10 influencers.
The London Evening Standard, the capital's free evening news brand, has posted its third consecutive year of profit, to £1.4 million, greeted by its chief executive as "something to be celebrated".
Alibi, the UKTV pay TV crime channel, is promoting its rebrand with a two-metre high replica of a human skull, which appeared this morning on London's South Bank.
Fifteen per cent of Brits online are using ad blockers because they find the spots "interruptive or annoying," according to a report by YouGov.
William Eccleshare, the chairman and chief executive officer of Clear Channel International, spoke to Maisie McCabe in Cannes last week about the most innovative market for outdoor advertising.
Stephen Allan, global CEO, MediaCom talked to Campaign global editor-in-chief Claire Beale in Cannes about the shifting media landscape. Watch parts one and two of his interview below.
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.
Samsung branded content, in the form of a smartphone, is to feature on the front of the August issue of Harper's Bazaar UK.
Monica Lewinsky has warned against public shaming in a passionate speech at last week's International Festival of Creativity in Cannes.
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.
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Sky is to release a dedicated kids app as it continues to develop its children's offering.
Amid the bravado and one-upmanship along the Croisette, the Daily Mail and Snapchat stole the show.
The buyable pin function feels like a natural next step for the site and could transform online shopping.
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Magazine publishers finally feel optimistic and see growth on the horizon, as the PPA Festival showed. By Arif Durrani.
Clients are the ultimate winners as media agencies recruit talent to extend their scope of work, Angus Peterson writes.
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The band run their own music publishing house, which uses data to increase artist payments and inform decisions such as where to tour and what songs to play. Kate Magee asks Jonny Quinn how it works.
With Sky Media running sales, Channel 5 should be able to put the Omnicom stand-off behind it, Arif Durrani writes.
It was not long before talk in Cannes last week turned to the small matter of the $25 billion media business up for grabs in a series of global account reviews.
"I think there needs to be a meeting to set an agenda for more meetings about meetings" - Jonah Goldberg.
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Hey, moneymakers, leave the kids alone.
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