The first chief revenue officer of Mail Brands has consolidated the print and digital sales teams but also ruffled some feathers in the industry.
FHM, Zoo and other lads' mags failed because "most men are using moisturiser and taking selfies" and don't want to portray a "laddish" image on social media, according to the editor of ShortList.
Matomy Group as appointed Rupert Howell, the former managing director of brand and commercial at ITV, as the Israeli ad tech company's non-executive chairman.
The publisher of the Daily Mail has warned "the challenging market conditions in the UK print advertising market" will have an "adverse" impact on the next financial year, after reporting a 4 per cent fall in pre-tax profits this year to £288 million.
A poster promoting a Halloween event in Norfolk has been banned for being irresponsible and causing offence.
ITV has confirmed that The Voice, the singing competition, will move to the commercial broadcaster from the BBC in 2017.
Strictly Come Dancing pulled in an average audience of 10.7 million people for its results show last night.
Cinema has the strongest combined brand impact of any medium, according to research by Millward Brown, commissioned by Digital Cinema Media.
Samsung is promoting the SUHD TV in its Christmas ad, which features people allowing their old TVs to be damaged so they have an excuse to buy a new one.
Immediate Media has announced its intention to buy Jewellery Maker, a 24-hour TV shopping channel.
Refinery29, the US-based fashion and lifestyle media company, is launching a UK website and has appointed a new London-based editorial team.
Production Lead (Digital) Competitive salary, input + benefits PHANTOM, London (Central), London (Greater)
Senior Ad Operations Manager To £35k doe + bens Formula Won, London (Central), London (Greater)
Programmatic Display Manager Up to £33,000 per year + benefits Ascent Solutions, London (Central), London (Greater)
Associate Planning Director - Flagship Retail Client Up to £50,000 per annum + great benefits Ascent Solutions, London (Central), London (Greater)
Digital Media Director - Film & Entertainment client Up to £80,000 per year + benefits Ascent Solutions, London (Central), London (Greater)
Media Planning Manager Up to £40,000 per year + benefits Ascent Solutions, London (Central), London (Greater)