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Tess Macleod Smith to leave Net-a-Porter

Tess Macleod Smith to leave Net-a-Porter

Former Hearst executive joined luxury fashion group in 2012.

Radio to stand ground amid tech uprising, Deloitte says

Radio to stand ground amid tech uprising, Deloitte says

Report expects 47 million people to tune in at least weekly this year.

News brand advertising is vital in the era of fake news

News brand advertising is vital in the era of fake news

Quality journalism requires funding and news brands provide the trust, scale and quality that advertisers require.

Economist extends 'Never stop questioning' TV ads into experiential push

Economist extends 'Never stop questioning' TV ads into experiential push

Activity appeals to commuters' curiosity with thought-provoking questions.

Amazon launches ad-funded film and TV streaming on IMDb

Amazon launches ad-funded film and TV streaming on IMDb

Freedive service offers alternative to subscription-based streaming models.

Manchester's Finest readers to control editor's life for a day

Manchester's Finest readers to control editor's life for a day

Interactive experience is inspired by Black Mirror.

Gay Times appoints 24-year-old Tag Warner as new CEO

Gay Times appoints 24-year-old Tag Warner as new CEO

Warner has been a consultant with the media company since March 2018.

Tech brands tumble amid Apple's downward revenue revision

Tech brands tumble amid Apple's downward revenue revision

Apple's share price dropped by 7% in after-hours trading.

Google gaffe sees mystery blank ad run across thousands of sites

Google gaffe sees mystery blank ad run across thousands of sites

Mistake reported to have cost Google $10m.

US and UK lead in programmatic media, but Germany and Japan among chasing pack

US and UK lead in programmatic media, but Germany and Japan among chasing pack

Brands operating in less mature programmatic media markets need to establish direct relationships with publishers, global study warns.