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Lexus "What's real anyway" by The & Partnership

Lexus goes sci-fi with a series of Men in Black-inspired ads.

Maxus wins DMGT's DMG Media account

DMGT's division for Metro, the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday and MailOnline has appointed WPP's Maxus to handle its

Alice’s Adventures Underground: has been extended to 21 weeks from an original eight-week run

'Alice is the first big step in a new world'

Creature is fast making a name for itself in theatre. This is what differentiates the agency from its rivals in

TfL: JCDecaux’s share of the national market is expected to rise to 40 per cent after the deal

TfL's bus-shelter battle confirms value of OOH

In an already evolving sector, JCDecaux's capture of the TfL contract will likely mean more changes, Arif Durrani writes.

Williams: ‘Around the world, the bar has been raised for drama and we’re raising that bar’

Kelly Williams maintains focus on ITV's 'bread and butter'

ITV's commercial managing director is exploring new revenue streams - but not at the expense of money-spinning airtime and partnership

Private view: Trevor Robinson and Dylan Williams

Quiet Storm's Trevor Robinson and Publicis' Dylan Williams review ads from Ritz, Ikea, Kronenbourg 1664, Toyota and Lotto.

Chris Healy: commercial director, Shortlist Media

Shortlist Media appoints Chris Healy as commercial director

Shortlist Media has promoted Chris Healy to the role of group commercial director.

UK broadband: Ofcom has announced the first phase of its digital communications review

BT's Openreach business could be spun off in Ofcom review

BT could be forced by Ofcom to sever its infrastructure business Openreach from the rest of the company, in proposals

Pick of the week: Lotto, Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO

James Swift thinks Lotto has hit the jackpot with its new campaign.

NME: will attempt to arrest circulation slide by targeting 16- to 25-year-olds

Critics wonder if NME's gone all mainstream

NME will soon be free and writing new material for a bigger following. But will the title lose its edge,