The channel says a repositioning will boost viewing figures that have been held back by Barb's system.
Omnicom's trading dispute with Channel 5 is expected to drive down the broadcaster's prices by an estimated six per cent year on year, according to an internal Channel 5 document seen by Campaign.
Aga, the British cooker brand indelibly linked with the upper-middle classes and their country homes, has released a campaign for its city oven.
Read the full text of David Abraham's speech, called 'After The Gold Rush: Sustaining creative risk in UK television for the next generation', given at the Edinburgh International Television Festival.
David Abraham, the chief executive of Channel 4 has taken aim at the Liberty Global chairman, John Malone, Viacom and BSkyB in the MacTaggart lecture.
Jean Claude Van Damme returns to The Rockies for Coors Light's new campaign.
Anjelica Huston and other celebrities known for having a comfortable and unique style form the backbone of Gap's autumn campaign.
It's a funny old time of year at the moment, a period of relative calm in a perpetually over-stimulated industry.
'Celebrity Big Brother's' return to Channel 5 delivered a peak audience of 2.9 million viewers last night, according to unofficial overnight figures.
Brown-Forman, the spirits giant, is reviewing its $100 million (£60.1 million) global media account.
Vamousse, a head lice-killing product by life sciences company TyraTech, is releasing a part-animated TV and cinema ad to announce its UK launch.
The Jewish Chronicle (JC) has been forced to apologise for carrying an ad for the Disasters Emergency Committee Gaza appeal, following complaints from readers.
Stephanie Arlett, a media director at Amplifi@Carat, gives her view on what yesterday's Audit Bureau of Circulations report means for the magazine industry.
Some 8,000 youngsters packed themselves into Alexandra Palace on Saturday to meet their online idols. Campaign spoke to some of the YouTube stars, as well as the people connecting them with brands.
The Economist's UK edition was crowned king of the current affairs titles in the Audit Bureau of Circulations' most recent report, with a combined print and digital readership of 223,730.
Hearst Rodale's Men's Health has the highest combined print and digital circulation of any men's magazine at 207,254, according to figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
Havas Media has been awarded the £5 million media business for Penguin Random House, the newly merged company.
Barclays says thank you to the people who take part in grassroots football in a TV ad highlighting the bank's Premier League sponsorship.
BuzzFeed has outlined its expansion plans after raising $50 million (£30 million) of investment from the venture capitalist Andreessen Horowitz.
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Art Everywhere is back, putting great pieces on a truly public display via a combination of new technology and outdoor media's intrinsic potency, Richard Morris says.
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