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ITV signs up Budweiser, Volkswagen and Screwfix to sponsor World Cup coverage

ITV signs up Budweiser, Volkswagen and Screwfix to sponsor World Cup coverage

ITV has signed up a trio of brands to sponsor its coverage of this summer's World Cup, which takes place

Budweiser avoids political questions as it launches 'biggest ever' campaign for World Cup

Budweiser avoids political questions as it launches 'biggest ever' campaign for World Cup

Budweiser has created a beer cup that lights up to the sound of cheering fans as part of the activation

Corona heads to a lesser-used media space: your email out-of-office

Corona heads to a lesser-used media space: your email out-of-office

Corona is exploiting what is set to be the hottest early May bank holiday to date with an out-of-office reply

Budweiser and Boiler Room take music sessions to Chile

Budweiser and Boiler Room take music sessions to Chile

Budweiser and Boiler Room, the music broadcasting platform, are taking their music workshops and performance series to Chile.

Camden Town Brewery wants Brits to fall back in love with lager in first national campaign

Camden Town Brewery wants Brits to fall back in love with lager in first national campaign

Lager has become "unloved", Camden Town Brewery founder Jasper Cuppaidge said, as the brand begins spreading the word about flagship

Dentsu Aegis Network tops Recma ranking for media billings

Dentsu Aegis Network tops Recma ranking for media billings

Dentsu Aegis Network closed 2017 with a net new business balance of $2.34bn (£1.68bn) and three of its agencies in

Budweiser uses beer floats and Love Island's Gabby Allen to help people stay on the wagon

Budweiser uses beer floats and Love Island's Gabby Allen to help people stay on the wagon

Budweiser Prohibition, the alcohol-free lager brand owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev, is helping people stay on the wagon with a number

Why Heineken, Budweiser and San Miguel are pulling out the stops for Dry January

Why Heineken, Budweiser and San Miguel are pulling out the stops for Dry January

For years it was the unloved child of the drinks family - but alcohol-free beer has reinvented itself and marketers

Should brands for over-18s avoid Snapchat altogether?

Should brands for over-18s avoid Snapchat altogether?

After Diageo was slapped on the wrist for its Captain Morgan Snapchat Lens, would grown-up brands be wise to avoid

Brits are drinking away the pain of rising food prices, data suggests

Brits are drinking away the pain of rising food prices, data suggests

Booze sales are rising in the run-up to Christmas, data shows, as inflation in grocery prices hits its highest level