Estée Lauder Company is reviewing its media-buying account across most of Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
PHD has named two heads of planning to handle short-term performance marketing and long-term brand-building respectively.
Channel 4's first series of Great British Bake Off and the two stars of Netflix's The Crown are among the nominations for the Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 2018.
New start-up Truth is one of five media agencies that are set to pitch for the UK government's £140m ad-buying account.
What happens to advertising in a media world where Google and Facebook suck up the growth, where consulting and IT companies treat communications as just one part of an 'end-to-end customer experience', and where consumers are avoiding unwanted ads?
Cognizant's purchase of Zone is symptomatic of an industry shift, as chief marketers look beyond advertising.
YouGov is launching an advertising data platform as the online polling firm seeks to tap into the media-buying supply chain for the first time.
The new boss of Britain's biggest media buyer has pledged to improve relations between agencies and advertisers amid concerns about brand safety and transparency.
Superunion's global chief executive, Jim Prior, has called on the marketing services industry to end its "obsession" with campaigns and place greater focus on helping brands with long-term strategy and organisational change.
Trinity Mirror and Northern & Shell's titles will merge their ad sales teams in a single unit as well as pooling some editorial resources as part of a drive to save £20m a year.
Trinity Mirror has finally sealed a deal to buy Richard Desmond's Northern & Shell publishing titles in a deal costing £184m, including pension payments.
The advertising bosses of Britain's three big commercial broadcasters have given their first joint interview to champion TV in the face of competition from the tech giants.
Sky has recruited Engine Group's Europe and Asia boss Debbie Klein to the newly-created role of group chief marketing and corporate affairs officer.
Shaun Gregory is stepping down as chief executive of Exterion Media after four years and handing over to Leon Taviansky, the chief operating and financial officer.
The agency M&A market is changing as the big ad groups have been "distracted" by internal restructuring and new acquirers are emerging.
News Corporation has recruited Norm Johnston, the chief digital officer of Mindshare, to be chief executive of its ad tech business Unruly.
Haymarket Media Group increased operating profit to £16m from £4.3m a year earlier after slashing net debt to almost zero and selling several brands.
DMG Media is merging the ad sales teams of Metro and the flagship Daily Mail titles in a move to cut costs, increase scale and "better serve" advertisers.
Former BuzzFeed journalists who have been laid off in the UK in the last week have been tweeting that they are available for hire.
HSBC is to review its estimated $400m (£286m) global media planning and buying account.