P&G, the world's biggest advertiser, has cut the number of agencies it works with by 40 per cent globally, it has emerged as it released its Q4 earnings in the US.
Liverpool FC footballers are the stars of Nivea's latest ad campaign for its new moisturising cream for men.
Linear TV viewing figures are set to drop worldwide for the first time next year, with online video consumption set to rise by 23.3 per cent in 2015, according to a report by ZenithOptimedia.
McCann London has hired two creative directors from the independent French agency Herezie.
Droga5 Europe has won the creative advertising account for Hobbs, the women's fashion brand famously patronised by the Duchess of Cambridge.
Liberty Global, the owner of Virgin Media, has increased its stake in ITV to 9.9 per cent after buying 138.7 million shares.
Center Parcs is on the hunt for an agency to handle its customer relationship marketing.
Virgin Media's latest TV ad shows the different animal personalities that watch football to promote its offering for the upcoming sports season.
It's easy to find big ideas with the 20/20 vision of hindsight, but the industry lacks a formula for creating them, says Havas LuxHub's global strategy director.
AT&T's ad showing the harsh reality of using a phone while driving has been shared more than 85,000 times this week.
Droga5 Europe has hired Bill Scott, the UK group managing director at Grey, as its new chief executive, replacing Kevin Dundas.
Guardian Labs has collaborated with Vodafone UK to create 'Alternative Europe', a crowdsourced guide to Europe's less obvious city destinations.
Guardian Media Group's group revenues increased by 2.7 per cent year on year to £214.6 million in the 2014/15 financial year, partly thanks to a 20 per cent increase in digital revenues.
BBH, IMG, Grey and Interpublic are contesting global brief for tennis tournament
Jacob's, the snacks company owned by United Biscuits, is reviewing its creative account.
Netflix is seeking an agency to promote an original TV series launching in the UK.
Haven, the UK-based holidays company, is reviewing its media planning and buying business.
Publicis Chemistry has promoted its head of client services, Emma Rush, to managing director.
Karmarama has hired Krow's Rob Turner and Dave Westland as creative directors.
Tate has appointed Grey London to launch the new Tate Modern building and promote British art's place in the public imagination.
Adam & Eve/DDB has hired the Bartle Bogle Hegarty creative team Matt Fitch and Mark Lewis, who were behind The Guardian's "three little pigs", as senior creatives.
Sunshine has hired Hollie Newton, the Grey London creative director in charge of Volvo, as its first executive creative director.
Bauer Media is considering launching a magazine for the Kiss radio brand aimed at millennials.
Dave Dye, the award-winning art director, is joining J Walter Thompson London as its head of art.
Saga is looking for a creative agency to promote a new service that advises people aged over 50 on changes to pension laws.
20th Century Fox has moved its £12 million UK outdoor media planning and buying account to Rapport without a pitch.
Betfair, the online betting exchange, has appointed Cubo, the independent creative shop, as its agency of record without a pitch.
Lidl's £50 million media review is drawing to a close, with an Omnicom team - led by the incumbent, M2M - and Publicis Groupe's ZenithOptimedia believed to be in a final shoot-out.
Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO brought together a bunch of top-tier footballers including Gareth Bale and David Luiz at a glitzy house party as part of a new campaign for BT Sport.
Lidl adspend; Gumtree sponsors BT football; W&K wins Nurofen
Chime, the communications group that owns VCCP, has confirmed that it is mulling a sale to Providence Equity Partners and WPP.
Cheil has won the global digital and social marketing brief for the UAE's national carrier Etihad following a competitive pitch.
After a mixed set of results for the social messaging network in the second quarter of 2015, Wunderman's senior client director says its event targeting platform is a positive step forward.
Arif Durrani will be leaving Haymarket to join Bloomberg Media as commercial editor for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Cinema ad revenues have increased by 21 per cent in the first half of the year compared to the same period in 2014, according to figures released by Digital Cinema Media (DCM) today.
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