Pinterest has chosen the UK as the market to launch its first above-the-line ad campaign next month after hiring MediaCom as its media agency.
Amnesty International has highlighted the ongoing problem of homophobia in Turkey through an online film created by TBWA\Istanbul.
Google has introduced a brand new ad format on YouTube that will last for six seconds and cannot be skipped, in order to quickly attract attention from impatient mobile users.
Idris Elba is fronting a brand relaunch campaign for Purdey's, the multivitamin fruit drink brand, in which the actor interviews people about realising their dreams.
Vodafone has partnered with The British Library to distribute early editions of some of Shakespeare's best-known works in streets around the UK and beyond to coincide with the 400th anniversary of his death.
UK DIY store chain Homebase has been accused of bad taste for publishing a promotional tweet for the brand that contained #RIPPRINCE.
Laphroaig, the whisky brand owned by Beam Suntory, has approached creative agencies about a digital customer relationship marketing brief.
Cadbury has hired Elvis as its global digital creative and social agency without a pitch.
BT has had mixed success with its campaign featuring the supposedly hapless agency types behind its ads.
YouTube has claimed new research shows 77 per cent of campaigns on its video site have "a higher return on investment than TV", but broadcasters insisted it was "no surprise" because brands spend "relatively low" sums with YouTube.
More than a quarter of UK internet users will be using ad-blocking software by the end of 2017, according to a new report by eMarketer.
Unruly has analysed the most shared ad of March, Apple's "timer" video starring the Cookie Monster, to reveal wisdom for marketers.
Specsavers has appointed Possible, the WPP digital creative agency, to handle digital service design.
Shazam, the music app, has created tools to help brands advertise on its platform.
Publishers are breaking European law by banning users with ad-blocking software, Advertising Week Europe heard this morning.
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Tesco became the first British retailer to sign up to 'If This Then That' last week, allowing technically-minded customers to set up automatic grocery orders on Tesco.com.