LEAGUE TABLES & DATA
Faces to Watch 2013
Weekly New Business Leagues
06 March 2014: Arena and Mi Media are both new entries, while M/SIX wins TalkTalk Business.
28 February 2014: WCRS widens the gap with its rivals after winning Notonthehighstreet.com. Leo Burnett joins the table with Skyscanner under its belt.
Independent Print's 20p compact i was the only newspaper to increase its circulation in 2013, with the biggest double-digit falls being recorded by the Financial Times, Daily Star Sunday and The Independent.
News UK's chief executive Mike Darcey has stressed he is now focusing on total paid-for sales of The Sun's multimedia brand as the Daily Mail overtakes it to become the biggest selling Saturday newspaper.
The Guardian and The Observer have increased newsstand sales for the second month in a row in October, with modest rises amid new editorial launches and heavy promotional activity.
Both The Guardian and Observer outperformed the national newspaper market in September to make strong month-on-month gains in circulation.
Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO ranks first, while Nexus/H comes last in the top 100 2013, complied by Nielsen.
With market conditions as tough as ever, Bob Willott looks at how agencies are attempting to stay afloat and swim against the tide.
MediaCom holds on to the top spot in the top 50 media agencies, ranked by Nielsen.
OgilvyOne Worldwide manages to climb 21 places to secure its place in the top 50, after doubling its billings since 2010.
Gratterpalm remains number one in the top 30 regional agencies 2013, ranked by Nielsen.
Agency Gratterpalm remains in the top spot with clients including Asda and Greggs.
Adland's A Listers loved the way the Olympics lifted the country, but they also like a cab home in time to sob at the Channel 4 Paralympic TV ad. By John Tylee
The cream of the crop of the advertising and media industry turn out to find out how sexy or snoggable they are.
The first ten winners of the IPA and Campaign Women of Tomorrow competition impressed the judging panel by demonstrating outstanding leadership potential while continuing to deliver excellence in their roles.
Cilla Snowball, the group chairman and group chief executive of Abbot Mead Vickers BBDO, Mumsnet founders Carrie Longton and Justine Roberts, and the culture secretary Maria Miller have all made a list of the most powerful women in the UK.
With the average age stuck at 33.8, adland appears to favour youth over experience.
Campaign viral chart
Pepsi Max has bested rival Coca-Cola with a follow up to their hidden-camera "test drive" viral from 2013.
Edeka, the German supermarket, has entered the viral chart three times this week with ads shared more than 270,000 times combined.
"Dumb ways to die" returned to the Campaign Viral Chart this week with a Valentine's ad for Metro Trains in Melbourne, after it was shared 160,000 times.
An ad from the Canadian Institute for Diversity and Inclusion is the most-shared ad in the week that the Winter Olympic Games launched in Sochi.
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- Cobra introduces bra-making brewer 'The Boss'
- Anti-slavery charity creates '12 Years a Slave' tactical ad after Oscar win
- Majority of 15m Twitter users in the UK follow a newspaper
- Hooch appoints More and MJ Media for Keith Lemon campaign
- Birds Eye kicks off £60m pan-Euro campaign
- OgilvyOne loses BA business