Agency: Grey London
BBC Trust chairman, Rona Fairhead, has said she "accepts" the surprise announcement by culture secretary, John Whittingdale, today that the government will stop subsidising the over-75s TV licence fee, but has questioned the process that led to the major overhaul.
Agencies need to engage with start-ups because they are "inventing the future" of the industry, according to Jeremy Basset, the global marketing strategy director at Unilever.
The Alzheimer's Society has a launched a campaign written by the granddaughter of a couple living with dementia, which aims to inspire people to take part in the charity's Memory Walk.
Two of the UK's most reviled celebrities, Katie Price and Piers Morgan, make fun of themselves in a new campaign for the Lotto.
A commercial broadcaster has the potential to improve on the BBC's coverage of the Olympics, says MediaCom's head of sport for Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Innovation roles should be placed at the heart of ad agencies to support the creative teams, according to Johnny Spindler, the chief innovation officer at AMV BBDO.
Mike Cullis, the managing director of Soul, looks at whether young, independent direct agencies face the same difficulties as above-the-line shops.
Global Functional Drinks AG, a soft and energy drinks maker, has appointed The Village Communications as its media partner as it looks to establish itself in the UK this summer.
Six of the brightest up-and-coming stars from the world of media and marketing have made Management Today's list of 35 high-flying women under 35.