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01 July 2015
The technology will allow brands to deliver contextual messages through their own apps to commuters.
I've just returned from Cannes where FCB Inferno had a pretty good week, picking up a total of ten Lions. The bulk of these were awarded for Sport England's 'This Girl Can' campaign, including an inaugural Glass Lion, three golds and a Grand Prix for Good at the Health Lions.
Vauxhall has released a tactical press ad to wish the England women's football team good luck in tonight's big match.
BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour has named Karen Blackett, the UK chief executive of MediaCom, to its Power List of top 10 influencers.
The London Evening Standard, the capital's free evening news brand, has posted its third consecutive year of profit, to £1.4 million, greeted by its chief executive as "something to be celebrated".
Alibi, the UKTV pay TV crime channel, is promoting its rebrand with a two-metre high replica of a human skull, which appeared this morning on London's South Bank.
TBWA Worldwide has appointed Chris Garbutt global creative president.
Fifteen per cent of Brits online are using ad blockers because they find the spots "interruptive or annoying," according to a report by YouGov.
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