Media: Week Ahead

Welcome to the Campaign Media: Week Ahead bulletin, bringing you insight and trends from the media industry to brief you for the coming week. 

Anyone who wants to know if FMCG companies are bringing back media spend will be watching Unilever's third quarter results closely on Thursday. The FTSE-100 company has promised to increase media spend in the second half of the year, after slashing agency fees by about 17% in the first half. 

Tuesday is another key day for results as Asos, Moneysupermarket, Virgin Money and Merlin Entertainments all report to the stock market. 

Meanwhile, the string of high-level departures in the UK media agency scene continues to be the hot talking point. It was certainly the talk of last week's Media Week Awards, where Goodstuff Communications was named Agency of the Year and Digital Cinema Media won Sales Team of the Year.
-Gideon Spanier, head of media, Campaign 


The week's top media news
The media agency exodus and an absence of industry leadership
Paul Frampton to leave Havas Media Group
Glucklich steps down as Starcom UK CEO
Tracy De Groose to step down as Dentsu Aegis Network UK CEO
Accenture hires OMD EMEA boss Mendonça in global role
Publishers still face problems with 'tech taxes' but this is how to take control
Goodstuff and DCM take top prizes at Media Week Awards
Media Week Awards 2017: pictures from the night

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