After three years in charge of Channel 4's sales team, Jonathan Allan is pretty pleased with how he is doing. Yes, broadcast revenue might have declined by almost 1 per cent in 2013 but, hey, Channel 4 is trying new things.
Royal Philips has released a campaign to push its new range of digitally-connected lightbulbs.
Netflix, the video streaming service, is set to launch across six European countries this week. Starting with France, services will roll out on successive days in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium and Luxembourg.
Ads are presenting an unrealistic representation of modern day parenting, claims new research by Parentdish.
Notonthehighstreet.com, the online retailer, sets out its stall as a brand in a quirky new TV campaign.
The Financial Times is set to unveil its first design refresh in seven years tomorrow, created for easier navigation and to better complement its digital brand extensions.
Magician Dynamo and comedian Ross Noble talk to Campaign about their shows on UKTV and why it's not "ideal" to star in "rubbish" ads.
Home appliance brand Bosch is embarking on its first-ever TV sponsorship deal with Channel 4's 'Sunday Brunch'.
Kellogg's Squares has signed up to sponsor ITV2's Celebrity Juice in its first ever TV sponsorship deal.
The actor, singer, and producer - nicknamed The Hoff, is set to close the show at the IAB's tenth anniversary Engage: We've Only Just Begun conference on 15 October.
Sky today announces two major new enhancements to its tailored advertising service Sky AdSmart, which will give advertisers even more control over their TV campaigns.
Channel 4 is dropping its catch-up service 4oD for a new online destination called All 4, which will host all of Channel 4's linear channels, digital content and services.
Omnicom Media Group has hired Anthony Wickham, a managing partner at OgilvyOne, as the managing director of its Disney business.
Dentsu Aegis Network's Carat has won the Government's £140 million media buying business from WPP's dedicated shop M4C, pending any official objections.
HomeServe, the home-insurance company, has called a review of its £10 million media account.
ZenithOptimedia has hired Dentsu Aegis Network's Grant Millar as its UK chief executive.
Channel 4 has hired Havas Media's head of ideas, Charlotte Rowland, as a creative strategist.
The iPhone 6, though much anticipated, was OK but rather underwhelming.
The Guardian has launched a membership scheme costing readers up to £60 per month but claims that it does not mark the introduction of a paywall.
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The publisher's new chief executive is a departure from past leaders - and innovation is top of her agenda. By Arif Durrani.
With the public so interested in the judges, is the new series destined to be a success with brands, Maisie McCabe asks.
The Signature deal highlights outdoor's ability to deliver innovative solutions rooted in technology. By James Copley.
The channel says a repositioning will boost viewing figures that have been held back by Barb's system.
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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- The rear of the Apple Watch is more interesting than the face
- Channel 4 to drop 4oD for digital service All 4
- Guardian launches three-tier membership scheme
- FT to reveal first design overhaul in seven years
- David Hasselhoff to join Sorrell, Naughton and Shing at IAB Engage 2014
- Sky boosts Sky AdSmart's targeting capabilities for advertisers