Ashley Highfield, the chief executive of Johnston Press, has hailed the acquisition of i as an opportunity to gain significant national advertising scale and win "some of the pounds from The Times and the Telegraph".
The advertising boss of ESI Media has claimed The Independent can thrive as a strong digital-only brand because of its journalism and that other publishers will be looking to follow suit by shutting their print editions.
Media industry figures mourn the death of The Independent but say there was an inevitability about going digital-only after the sale of i to Johnston Press.
Interpublic Group has reported income before income taxes of $762.2 million (£527 million) for 2015, up 5.8 per cent year on year from $720.7 million (£498.3 million).
ESI Media has confirmed the Independent and Independent on Sunday newspapers will stop being printed as the titles move to digital-only publications.
Libratone has released a 360-degree music video made up of fan footage to promote the brand's new speakers.
Independent media agency The Specialist Works has won Norwegian adventure cruise company Hurtigruten's UK media planning and buying account.
Forever Beta has hired a senior creative team, which has spent the past five years freelancing at some of London's top agencies, as associate creative directors.
Advertising Week Europe will take place at Picturehouse Central in Piccadilly this year, moving from Bafta after three years because it needs 'breathing room'.
Two Amazon TV shows and a BT's ultra high-definition channel have been shortlisted for the annual Broadcasting Press Guild Awards in a sign that new entrants are challenging traditional broadcasters.
Do the best creative ideas come from outgoing people, asks Saskia Jones, a digital analytics lead at Bartle Bogle Hegarty London?
Experian, the data company, has launched a mobile app that teaches children money management skills while they earn the things they want.
Want your emails to have the romance of Byron's poetry? There's an app for that. Well, there will be if Poke gets its way.
Instagram is testing a feature that shows how many times a video has been viewed on the platform.
Publicis Groupe's chief executive, Maurice Lévy, has said the group's performance in the UK in 2015 was "better than expected", despite the 4.4 per cent drop in revenues.
ShortList has the highest combined print and digital circulation of any men's magazine in the UK and Ireland at 505,562, according to figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
MPs have suggested that Google's tax avoidance row is harming the morale of its 4,000 UK employees and that it will undermine staff retention.
Interpublic Group has named Philippe Krakowsky as the chairman of IPG Mediabrands.
Women's magazines took a hammering as six-monthly circulation figures showed sales of weekly titles fell 11.4 per cent year on year and monthlies including Vogue and Glamour saw significant falls.
The UK's most actively purchased magazines and digital editions have been revealed for the second half of 2015.
Johnston Press has said it is in "late stage discussions" with Independent Print, the company owned by the Lebedevs, over the sale of i newspaper for £24 million.
Publicis Groupe saw a 4.4 per cent decline in revenue in the UK in 2015, according to its full year results, released this morning.
Twitter has reported a $521.03 million (£358.65 million) net loss for trading in 2015 and, for the first time, no growth in its user numbers.
Pitch follows speculation that Amazon is looking to buy the online grocery retailer.
Axa, the insurance and pensions company, is speaking to agencies about its UK advertising account.
Marks & Spencer has ended its relationship with AKQA.
The Open University has started a review of its advertising requirements.
New-business appointments increased by 5 per cent last year compared with 2014, according to AAR's New Business Pulse.
MediaCom has picked up the $50 million (£35 million) media account for the US bed manufacturer Tempur Sealy International across Europe and Asia-Pacific.
FCB Inferno has won Barnardo's advertising account after a competitive pitch.
Bartle Bogle Hegarty London has made a pair of hires to strengthen its creative output.
Goodstuff Communications has won Spotify's media planning and buying account in the UK as the music-streaming service opts for a number of local agencies instead of using a global shop.
Bigballs Media has appointed the Holler co-founder James Kirkham to head Copa90, the high-profile football channel on YouTube.
M&C Saatchi has promoted Camilla Kemp, the chief operating officer of its London ad agency, to managing director of M&C Saatchi UK Group.
Advertising temporarily boosts a company's stock value and managers are opportunistically increasing marketing spend to raise share prices, according to research from the London School of Economics.
Intu, the owner of shopping malls including the Trafford Centre and Lakeside, has appointed Now and Blue 449 to help turn it into a national brand.
Agencies fighting for the Co-operative advertising account include MullenLowe London, Ogilvy & Mather and WCRS alongside the incumbent, Leo Burnett.
Karmarama's ad imploring people to join the Army to be a 'better you' has not gone down all that well on Twitter.
H&M's new ad with David Beckham is this week's pick.
Volkswagen is trying to make a comeback, but it just falls flat.
Ogilvy's Gerry Human moves to a global role, Virgin Media ad banned, and more advertising and media highlights this week.
Half of UK online adults say that the TV is the focal point of their living room, according to research by the Internet Advertising Bureau UK.
The Financial Times has appointed Founded as its global CRM agency after a competitive pitch.
The Week Junior, the Dennis Publishing title, has attracted more than 10,000 paid subscribers three months after its launch.
PDSA, the veterinary charity, has consolidated its advertising and media accounts into The Gate London.
AnalogFolk, the independent digital shop, has launched a data division.
Ogilvy & Mather has promoted Gerry Human, the chief creative officer of Ogilvy & Mather London, to the role of global executive creative director of its Global Brand Management [GBM] division.
After watching this year's Super Bowl ads, the co-founder of AKQA found himself exasperated with a single question: why?
Constant expansion and a "self-reinforcing business model" fuel growth of adland's most prestigious (and expensive) awards show
The boss of one of the world's leading media agencies has warned that last year's "Mediapalooza" when an unprecedented number of big clients put their accounts up for review at the same time "is now the new normal".
Russell Marsh, the global data officer at IPG Mediabrands, has joined Havas Helia as its chief data officer.
Mac Macdonald, the president and partner at Sid Lee Amsterdam, has been appointed the group chief executive at Start Group, the independent global network that has a minority stake in Hometown.
Guy Hayward, the global chief executive of KBS, shares guidance for creating campaigns that cut across languages and cultures for the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics.
A Virgin Media TV ad featuring Usain Bolt, the Olympic champion sprinter, has been banned for making "misleading claims" about broadband speeds compared to Sky and BT.
Dylan Williams, Publicis Worldwide's global chief strategy and innovation officer, is leaving after less than two years in the role.
An Iceland direct mail ad - promoting a wine brand called Fat Bastard - has been banned by the advertising watchdog for being irresponsible.
UKTV has unveiled the new look of its W channel, which will replace Watch in a rebrand next week that is aimed at women in their thirties.
Viacom is rebranding the Channel 5 TV and digital portfolio.
Experian, the data company, has appointed Bartle Bogle Hegarty London to help promote its credit score service to consumers.
Amidst the deluge of red roses and chocolates, brands are going after consumers with everything from emojis to a matchmaker in the produce aisle. Campaign rounds up the Valentine's Day marketing highlights so far.
Bartle Bogle Hegarty has focused its creative powers inwards to create an online recruitment film about the power of difference.
Omnicom, the owner of the BBDO and OMD networks, has reported income before income taxes of $1.78 billion, down 1.7 per cent year on year.
Maxus has launched a new technology consultancy, which will help businesses make the best use of technology in their marketing.
Viacom is to sell advertising on Snapchat as part of a new extended deal with the transient photo-sharing platform.
Google's strong core advertising business means that it is fending off Facebook - for now, says Be Heard Group's Ian Maude.
The Premier League has launched a more colourful brand identity built around its lion icon as it plots a future without a corporate sponsor for the first time in 23 years.
Senior managers at Cannes Lions owner Ascential are in line for multi-million pound share windfalls after it confirmed the pricing of its £800 million stock market debut.
McVitie's, the United Biscuit brand, is focusing on pushing its Digestive biscuits range to a younger audience this year.
Interpublic has bought British enterprise mobile consultancy and app developer Mubaloo for an undisclosed sum.
Rustlers, the microwaveable burgers and sandwiches brand, has appointed Droga5 London as its creative agency in the UK.
BT was by far the busiest advertiser on UK TV in January 2016, racking up nearly 4,000 minutes of screen time.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has strongly disputed claims by a Financial Times columnist that the software firm's comms chief Henry Gomez wrote a 'threatening' and 'aggressive' letter to her with suggestions about the newspaper's relationship with its advertisers.
TalkRadio, the new station being launched by UTV Media next month, has announced George Galloway, Paul Ross and Julia Hartley-Brewer among its roster of presenters.
Doritos was the most mentioned brand on social media during the Super Bowl, according to research by social media analytics service Brandwatch.
GoCompare.com has again wheeled out its mascot tenor, Gio Compario, to front an ad campaign to promote the brand's new money comparison services.
United Biscuits is bringing back Trio, the chocolate biscuit bar that was popular in the 90s for its catchy ad jingle.
Comedian Jim Gaffigan takes over the role from Norm McDonald
We all know the real action takes place online during the Big Game. So we've collected all the Twitter feeds from every #SB50 sponsor here
The 30-second ad by Wieden + Kennedy features actor Michael Peña
The iconic horses help the brewery proudly celebrate its strength and size
The success of the 2015 Rugby World Cup and the Six Nations coming to terrestrial commercial TV means it has never been a better time to target rugby fans, argues RadiumOne's Rupert Staines.
Cinema viewers this weekend will see an unusual takeover by Channel 4 of Digital Cinema Media's regular ident during the ad reel.
Over half a million Twitter users in the UK now follow American football-related accounts. Starcount, the social media data analytics company, discovered what people, brands and other sports rank high among their interests.
The Heinz ad featuring dogs dressed in hot dog costumes was the most-shared ad this week in a chart full of Super Bowl ads ahead of the big game on Sunday.
Matt Gee, a group director for development and growth at R/GA, has joined Isobar UK in the newly created role of head of digital transformation.
DDB admirers rally to put the agency's work on top
Arena Media has won online bookmaker and betting service Win Cash Live's seven-figure media account.
Vogue, the Condé Nast fashion title, has produced 275 pages of advertising in its March issue - the largest number in a March issue in the 100-year history of the magazine.
OMD has completed a restructure of its senior digital leadership team after making a series of new hires and internal promotions.
J Walter Thompson London has hired Lucas Peon, the executive creative director at Possible London, as digital executive creative director.
101 has dumped Kettle Chips, citing the crisp brand's diminished creative ambition.
The "badass" hybrid is "Heck on Wheels" in its first game spot in 11 years
The "Joy of Cola" campaign returns to the big game
No More campaign makes second game appearance
The big game spot by AOR CP+B will be the first in the digital payment company's 'New Money" campaign
FCB Chicago created 30-second spot directed by Antoine Fuqua
Volkswagen is attempting to move on from the emissions scandal and rebuild consumers' trust with a Europe-wide brand campaign.
Alistair Macrow, the senior vice president, chief marketing officer for McDonald's UK, has been announced as the jury chair for the 2016 Effie UK awards.
Sony has consolidated the bulk of its global entertainment media accounts into OMD after completing its global review, Campaign understands.
Arthur Sadoun, the chief executive of Publicis Communications, says he would be "a fool" if he did not encourage his agencies to work more closely together.
You & Mr Jones, the business founded by the former Havas chief executive David Jones, is launching a "brand-tech" practice headed by two former R/GA executives.
Clear Channel has pulled out of the race for Transport for London's £1 billion outdoor advertising contract for the Underground.
Saatchis' worldwide CEO will oversee all UK Publicis Communications agencies.
E.ON, the energy company, has appointed Dentsu Aegis Network to handle its global media account.
Jason Goodman is stepping down as the group chief executive of KBS Albion, the shop he founded, to become a non-executive chairman.
Uber is looking for a creative agency in the UK as it ventures into above-the-line advertising.
MEC has given sole control of the UK agency to its co-chief executive Jason Dormieux. Stuart Bowden, the other co-chief executive, has been named the global chief strategy officer - a role that has been vacant for a year.
Google has shaken up its UK agency sales business, promoting Peter Cory and Matt Bush to joint heads.
The founders of Iris are forming a global executive team in an attempt to drive growth.
Thirty-six women from agencies and media owners including 4Creative, Adam & Eve/DDB and MEC have been shortlisted for the IPA and Campaign Women of Tomorrow Awards.
ITV has signed a two-year sponsorship deal with Peugeot for its Six Nations rugby coverage.
Mr President has given positions on the board and shares in the agency to Jon Gledstone, its creative director, and Shahla Lalani, the business director.
Engine has extended the remit of its European chief executive, Debbie Klein, to include responsibility for Asia-Pacific as it plots international expansion.
Cornetto, the ice-cream brand owned by Unilever, has appointed MullenLowe Profero to its global digital business after a pitch.
Five agencies are shortlisted for the Aldi account, while Freeview has parted ways with incumbent Leo Burnett.
House of Fraser has jumped on the emoji bandwagon, releasing a campaign called '#emojinal' for Valentine's Day.
The Amazon ad by Lucky Generals is this week's pick.
If Nike can't pull it off, can branded entertainment ever succeed?
Cadbury named a new Milk Tray Man, plus more advertising and media highlights this week
Capital has beat its nearest rival Kiss FM to win back its place as the most popular London radio station in the latest Rajar radio audience listening figures for Q4 2015.
The number of people tuning in to commercial radio each week has overtaken those listening to BBC stations, according to the latest Rajar audience figures.
FCB Inferno has hired Giles Hedger as its chief strategy officer.
Heart won over record numbers of listeners in the final quarter of 2015, reaching a weekly audience of 9.2 million.
"Starman" helps a retired astronaut recall his youth
Comedians Key & Peele star in several improvisational spots that will air before and during the game
Brand makes first in-game appearance since 2000 for the Dew-juice-caffeine combo
New Look, the fashion retailer, has appointed TH_NK to consult on the future digital strategy of its global business.
Actor recreates iconic New York City subway grate scene from "The Seven Year Itch"
Wix.com's 30-second TV spot, which will air during Sunday's Super Bowl, features Kung Fu Panda recreating some well-known ads of yesteryear.
Peter Andre, the reality TV star and former popstar, is to host a new show on Heat radio called #reheat on Saturday afternoons.
Matt Law, the managing director at AnalogFolk, has taken on the new role of chief operating officer, and Ete Davies, the head of delivery, has been named as his successor.
Many big businesses today could learn a trick or two from old Constantine. Lucky Generals' Andy Nairn explains the way forward.
Georgina Parrott, a sales director at Hearst Magazines UK, has been appointed as the sales director at Hearst-Rodale.
AOL UK has named Gavin Johnson, the vice president of sales in the UK for mobile platform Millennial Media, as its commercial director.
East Midlands Trains is relaunching with a series of emotional ads as it aims to build a stronger brand identity.
RateSetter, the peer-to-peer lender, has retained Goodstuff Communications as its UK media agency following a competitive pitch process.
Now that Donald Tusk has published his draft settlement for Britain, it is likely that the EU referendum will take place this year. Benedict Pringle, an account director at Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO and the author of politicaladvertising.co.uk, explains the kind of communications we can expect from the 'remain' and 'leave' campaigns.
Apartments.com's epic Super Bowl spot: Jeff Goldblum, Lil' Wayne, George Washington and the Jeffersons
Real estate site goes all out for its first spot in the big game
GoCompare.com's TV ad, which saw the dramatic return of opera singer brand mascot Gio Compario, has been banned over a "misleading" claim.
Cadbury, the Mondelez International confectionery brand, has picked Patrick McBride, a firefighter from Liverpool, to be its Milk Tray Man.
David & Goliath's 'Walken Closet' is the automaker's seventh in-game ad
Actress doesn't mince words when she describes intoxicated drivers "oxygen-wasting" selfish cowards
First-time sponsor goes for the funny bone in two spots from INNOCEAN.
A portrait of the singer made out of the candy sings "Dream On"
Global is launching a new radio station called Heart extra with a breakfast show from Jamie Theakston and Emma Bunton.
Crispin Porter & Bogusky London is opening its own shopper and activation department after integrating Path Worldwide into the agency.
Blue Hive has appointed Julian Watt as the chief creative officer for the UK and European Ford business.
Freeview and Leo Burnett London are parting ways as the free-to-air TV platform begins a review of its creative account.
WonderCore Smart, the exercise equipment product, was the most advertised brand on British TV in terms of airtime last week.
Google's UK revenues surged to $7.07 billion (£4.92 billion) last year, its latest financial results show.
Surging online ad spend is providing rich pickings for fraudsters, so how can Asia’s marketers and agencies navigate safe passage through the digital battleground?
UK adspend grew 6.8 per cent year on year in the third quarter of 2015 to reach a record £4.64 billion, according to the latest Advertising Association/Warc Expenditure Report.
Alien museum exhibits Scott Baio, avocados, and other earthly pop culture artifacts
Alec Baldwin and Dan Marino plan the ultimate big game bash with the help of virtual assistant
The legendary director (and his son) produce a sleekly futuristic vision to promote the thinnest television yet
Bauer Media has promoted Clare Baker, the marketing director of Absolute Radio, Kerrang, and Planet Rock, to the new role of national radio brands marketing director.
DAVID Miami helps launch "Meet the Ketchup" campaign with poignant 30-second spot
The 60-second commercial showcases the 2017 pickup's truck-bed audio system
Continental Tyres, the German tyre manufacturer, has appointed The Moment as its creative agency ahead of a campaign during the Uefa Euro 2016 football championships.
Church & Dwight, the US FMCG giant, has appointed BMB as the UK ad agency for its Batiste dry shampoo brand.
Amazon's UK sales smashed past the £6 billion mark last year despite tough times in British retailing, accounts show.
Sam Coleman, the former head of client sales at Guardian News & Media, has joined ESPN as its advertising sales director in the UK.
Mark Fiddes, the former executive creative director at DraftFCB London, has resurfaced at Epsilon, the global data-driven marketing company.
Forever Beta has opened an office in Manchester and has hired Steve Brunt, a strategy director at Amaze, to run the shop.
Stalwarts such as Budweiser will again make an appearance during the big game, but there will also be new offerings from first-time Super Bowl advertisers like Amazon and Kia.
Churchill, the insurance brand, has introduced two new characters in its latest campaign which seeks to reinforce its 'depend on the dog' brand message.
EToro, the social trading and Forex brokerage company, has launched its first major ad campaign in the UK.
Greg Delaney, the former chairman and co-founder of DLKW and DLKW Lowe, has joined Bray Leino as a non-executive director.
Facebook is strengthening its position in digital advertising and increasingly competing with Google on every level bar search, says Be Heard Group's Ian Maude.
What does this year have in store for ad trading? This was the question being debated at the 10th annual ABC Interaction. From fraud and disruption to viewability and measurement, industry leaders share their key learnings from the day.
Pokémon's Super Bowl ad topped our Viral Chart this week.
Unilever, easyJet, Disney and Warner Bros. marketers will be among the judges for this year's TV Planning Awards.
Facebook paid a tax rate of just 3.6 per cent on profits outside America last year thanks to its offshore tax avoidance, accounts show.
Sony has moved the bulk of its global media into MediaCom following a competitive pitch, it is understood.
James Murdoch has made a highly symbolic return as chairman of Sky, four years after quitting in the wake of strong criticism from Ofcom and some MPs over his handling of the phone-hacking scandal.
Chime, the communications group that owns VCCP, has appointed Paul Walsh, the former chief executive of Diageo, as the company's chairman.
The lack of diversity in our industry is a little like global warming, says the former chief executive of McCann London.
Radiocentre has asked Lucky Generals to create a campaign boosting radio's standing among advertisers and agencies.
Bartle Bogle Hegarty has promoted Lilli English and Will Lion to be its new joint heads of planning.
IPG shop will bring back one of advertising's most iconic mascots as B&G Foods doubles marketing spending on the brand
Most corporate communications are not believable, according to Lord Browne, the former chief executive of BP.
Ad agencies should not view themselves as paid advocates and should take responsibility for their actions, James Murphy, the chief executive at Adam & Eve/DDB has said.
VCCP Kin, the content and social media division of VCCP, has hired Dermot McPartland as a creative director.
D&AD has released a film about its stunt to remind people of the value of its awards - by stealing creatives' pencils.
The Conservative MP Caroline Nokes has criticised "the Trumpification of advertising" at today's Advertising Association's conference Lead 2016.
Brands face the wrath of consumers if they do not take proper measures to protect their data, the Information Commissioner has warned the advertising industry.
The biggest challenge in fighting childhood obesity is with clients, Jamie Oliver told the Advertising Association's Lead 2016 conference today.
Facebook has reported a 57 per cent increase in ad revenue for the fourth quarter of 2015, driven by a surge in mobile.
ITV has claimed that its knitted ad break, featuring knitted puppets, led to increased viewer engagement and has encouraged the broadcaster to do more creative collaborations with brands.
The publisher of the Daily Mail has seen ad revenues fall 12 per cent since Christmas and is hiking its print cover price for the first time in three years.
The Bank of England has appointed MullenLowe London to create an integrated ad campaign to launch the UK's first plastic bank notes.
Rich Stoddart, chief executive of Leo Burnett North America, will add the role of worldwide chief executive on 1 February.
'Big six' energy supplier pits the incumbent McCann against four other agencies.
EasyCar.com is looking for an agency to handle advertising for its peer-to-peer car-rental marketplace, easyCar Club.
The NSPCC, the children's charity, is reviewing its media planning and buying requirements after rebranding last year.
Ogilvy & Mather London has appointed Kevin Chesters as its chief strategy officer.
Media agencies drove overall advertising industry growth of 1.9 per cent in 2015, while staff numbers at creative agencies fell last year, according to the IPA's 2015 Agency Census.
Wayne Deakin, a former executive creative director at Engine, has joined AKQA in the same position.
Saatchi & Saatchi London has appointed Hugh Todd, a creative director at Leo Burnett, to the new role of global creative director on HSBC.
Yakult, the probiotic dairy drink, is touting an advertising brief to agencies ahead of its 20th birthday in the UK and Germany.
Tesco, Xbox and Sky are the first brands in the UK to sign up to Promoted Moments on Twitter.
Avios, the travel rewards scheme, has hired Tribal Worldwide to handle customer experience activity after a competitive pitch.
Grey London has hired two senior gold Lion-winning creative teams.
Aunt Bessie's, the frozen-food brand, has appointed St Luke's to its £10 million advertising account after a pitch process.
Signet, the owner of the jewellery chains Ernest Jones, H Samuel and Leslie Davis, has called a review of its advertising requirements.
Media agency staff enjoyed inflation-busting salary increases last year thanks to Britain's booming advertising market and strong demand for younger employees with digital and social expertise.
Heathrow Airport has shortlisted the agencies for its integrated advertising and CRM review.
The new Lynx ad is this week's pick.
ITV's ad for its daytime schedule is this week's turkey.
Heineken is going after moderate drinkers in a new ad by Publicis Italy.
Apple posts flat iPhone growth, more changes at The Guardian, and other highlights from the ad and media industries this week
David Lloyd Leisure, the company that runs health clubs and gyms across Europe, is on the hunt for a creative agency.
FCB Inferno has hired Jason Ayers, a former senior executive producer at VCCP, as its head of TV.
Tom Pearman, a sales director at Weve, O2's mobile arm, has become the commercial director.
Danepak, the Danish bacon brand, is jumping on the keep fit in January bandwagon with a comedy retro aerobics ad.
David Kolbusz, the new chief creative officer at Droga5 London, is building his creative department, hiring a team from Bartle Bogle Hegarty London.
Creston, the marketing group that owns TMW, has warned of "significantly reduced" revenue growth for January in its latest financial update.
KitKat, the Nestle confectionery brand, has launched a campaign showing the different ways people enjoy the chocolate.
Radio X's launch ad, which featured Chris Moyles enacting a parody of the 90s music video for Bittersweet Symphony, has escaped a ban by the ads regulator despite drawing dozens of complaints.
Nicola Mendelsohn, the vice president for EMEA at Facebook, has welcomed figures from the government showing that the UK creative industries are worth £84.1 billion to the UK economy.
The MS Society, the not-for-profit organisation, has appointed Arthur London and Code Computerlove to handle brand positioning and digital transformation work, respectively.
Pelle Sjoenell, the executive creative director of BBH Los Angeles, is to become the worldwide chief creative officer of the Bartle Bogle Hegarty Group.
Direct and intimate how-to videos are the most popular among younger viewers, an experiment by L'Oreal has found.
A City grandee who has experience of selling businesses and stock market flotations has been named by Ofcom as the new Channel 4 chairman.
Targeting parents and using a cross-media approach may provide the answers, says the head of planning and strategy at Maxus UK.
Flora, the Unilever UK spreads brand, is set to launch a £12.5 million brand repositioning campaign created by MullenLowe London.
Fray Bentos, the Baxters food brand, is sponsoring ITV4 with idents showing a man addicted to watching TV.
Leo Burnett boasts the most entries among the shortlists for this year's 2016 Best Awards, organised by the Marketing Agencies Association.
Bob Wootton is stepping down as director of advertising and media at ISBA after 20 years in the job.
Jeremy Shaw, a founding partner of Kitcatt Nohr Alexander Shaw, one of the UK's most successful integrated agencies of the past decade, has died of cancer aged 65.
Advertising Week Europe has hired Rebecca Eaves from Bauer Media to be the ad festival's first UK director.
Durex, the condoms brand, is encouraging couples to ditch clichés around Valentine's Day and just have sex.
The publisher of The Guardian has announced plans to cut costs by 20 per cent as it aims to break even in three years.
Kelly's of Cornwall, the ice cream brand owned by R&R Ice Cream, has taken on Isobel to handle its ad account after a competitive pitch process.
Chris Whitelaw, the chief executive at iProspect UK, has been promoted to EMEA president and global commercial director of the agency's global team.
Al MacCuish, Chris Bovill and John Allison are among the advertising media and marketing names to make it into Debrett's list of the 500 most influential people in the UK.
Sky has invested $10 million (£7.0 million) in DataXu, a Boston-based software company that specialises in programmatic ad tech.
Karmarama has hired MEC's Jamie Toward as its first managing partner for content.
MullenLowe Group has unveiled a new corporate logo as part of the rebranding of the IPG network's regional agencies - an octopus with boxing gloves.
Sunshine has collaborated with the writers of People Just Do Nothing for the campaign telling audiences about BBC Three's transition from TV to online.
Drench, the Britvic drink brand, has appointed 101 as its creative agency after a competitive pitch.
The Account Planning Group has appointed Dom Boyd, the group director of strategy at Adam & Eve/DDB, as the organisation's new chair.
BrewDog, the rebellious Scottish craft brewer, is on the lookout for an agency to handle below-the-line activity.
NBA's ad telling the story of a young fan was the most-shared ad this week.
Junior and middle-ranking sales staff at media owners saw their salaries hit new highs last year because of a skills shortage across the ad industry, according to new research.
Giles Hedger, Leo Burnett's global chief strategy officer, is leaving the agency.
Jaguar Land Rover is set to move its UK CRM and retail marketing business to Spark44, the global joint venture agency in which the car manufacturer has a 50 per stake.
Eva Grimmett, the head of strategy at Starcom, and Rob Hocknell, the strategy director at Mediavest, have been promoted to managing partner of strategy and head of strategy, respectively.
Political parties' general election spending was published on Wednesday. Benedict Pringle, an account director at Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO and the author of politicaladvertising.co.uk, crunches the numbers for Campaign.
Monsoon Accessorize, the fashion retailer, has appointed ODD as the first global creative agency for its Monsoon and Accessorize brands, after a competitive pitch.
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The Premier League has launched a more colourful brand identity built around its lion icon as it plots a future without a corporate sponsor for the first time in 23 years.
You'll be seeing less work from DDB at award shows in 2016. Here's why.
Budweiser's Dream Goal competition is back for a second season and the former England defender Jamie Carragher replaces Gary Neville on the judging panel.