ITV has reported a pre-tax profit of £605 million, up 39.1 per cent year on year, after revenue increased by 8 per cent.
Pippa Glucklich, the co-chief executive at Starcom MediaVest Group explains how a dissertation on women in advertising led to her career in the industry.
Mark Malone, the managing partner, innovation, at Karmarama, explains why "that dress" took over our life (for a day at least) and what can it teach us.
McCann Worldgroup has hired Somewhat's Jon Carney as its chief digital officer for Europe.
Nearly two-thirds (59%) of consumers find native advertising interesting and informative, and a third are more likely to trust it than traditional advertising, according to a new report.
Google has launched a digital outdoor campaign at Silicon Roundabout in Old Street, London, featuring practical information for locals.
Vax, the floor care brand, has signed a seven-figure sponsorship deal with Channel 4, for which it has created idents starring Miranda Hart.
The chief digital officer, APAC, for McCann Worldgroup walks the show floor and sees the future of connected brands
Omnicom's BBDO has appointed Chris Thomas, its Asia head for the last after nine years, as its chief executive of the Americas.
Now TV, the online TV streaming service by Sky, has created "magic ads" to show off its new branding and push the services it provides.
SunLife, the financial services company, is to sponsor 'Big Star's Little Star', the ITV entertainment show.
Tracy De Groose, the chief executive at Dentsu Aegis Network, explains the "defining moment" in her career, as part of Campaign's series about how leading women in advertising "made it", ahead of International Women's Day on Sunday.
Hearst Corporation has hired Nick Brien, the ex-McCann Worldgroup chief, for the role of chief executive officer at iCrossing, replacing president Brian Powley, who parts ways with the company after eight years.
William Eccleshare, the chief executive of Clear Channel Outdoor, is returning to the UK to take the role of chairman and chief executive officer of Clear Channel International.
M&C Saatchi has created its first piece of work for the Conservative Party, as part of this year's General Election campaign.
Cannes Lions has launched the Glass Lion: The Lion for Change, an award for work that challenges gender bias.
The National Trust has launched a campaign that encourages people to get to know its "special places" inside out.
Big Communications and Balloon Dog, the Mission Group agencies, have merged to create Bigdog.
HM Treasury has launched an ad to promote Pension Wise, its new pensions guidance service.
Ahead of International Women's Day on Sunday 8 March, Campaign asked leading women in advertising to explain how they made it.
Rapp Media has promoted business director Paul Holman and has made a series of appointments to strengthen its senior team.
Mick Mahoney, the executive creative director at Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R, is to leave the agency.
Media agencies have until 6 March to highlight the best of the year's TV planning
McCann Worldgroup's chief technology catalyst for EMEA offers his tips for what to expect in Barcelona
National Accident Helpline has launched a campaign to promote its personal injury advice service.
Who knew that a global phenomenon could be spawned from such humble beginnings? PHD co-founder Jonathan Durden takes a trip down memory lane.
Noel Penzer, the managing director of AOL UK, is leaving the digital company to take up the new role of managing director of Time Out Europe.
Barclays has launched a campaign giving away football tickets to young fans with an ad featuring Alan Shearer, the former England captain.
The Yorkshire Building Society Group has appointed The Red Brick Road to be its lead creative agency.
Vertu, the luxury phone brand, has appointed Club Havas as its global creative agency after a competitive pitch.
Capital One is going to provide football fans with live replays during and after its cup final on Sunday as part of a Twitter Amplify campaign.
Total TV viewing declined by 4.5 per cent in 2014, as heavy viewers watched less telly, and viewing on computers and mobile devices failed to compensate for the decline on the main set.
The Adidas ad encouraging people to do their best to win at their sport has reached the top of the chart.
Omnicom's PHD has retained Sainsbury's £60 million media planning and buying business after a competitive pitch against Group M agencies Maxus and MediaCom, and Publicis Groupe's ZenithOptimedia.
Mazda, the car manufacturer, has funded a documentary about an eight-hour endurance race run by Mission Motorsport, the wounded veterans' charity.
OMD UK has launched the Newsroom, a real-time insights and ideas team, as part of a series of initiatives.
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- Senior Loyalty Managers Direct Recruitment €70,000, Germany (DE)
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Lindsay Pattison shares lessons from attending the World Economic Forum's annual gathering for the first time.
After a year of change, the agency has emerged with a new management team and a new way of working. But does it still have the magic touch? By James Swift.
A crowdsourced marathon between interactive screens that timed runners and shared their congratulatory selfies is named the winner of the Campaign CityLive Challenge.
As the great and the good of the mobile industry gather in Barcelona for MWC 2015, Millennial Media takes a look at the key trends set to dominate the agenda this year
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