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Unilever reviews £3bn global media

Unilever, the owner of Dove and Flora, is reviewing its £3 billion global media account.

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Twitter unveils native video feature

Twitter has unveiled its first native video application, which allows users to shoot, edit and share videos from within its mobile app.

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Marmite sets up 'Marmageddon' helpline for neglected jars

Unilever has created a spoof national crisis hotline for neglected jars of Marmite in the latest phase of its 'end Marmite neglect' campaign - which faced controversy with hundreds of complaints to the ASA.

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David Beckham does 'not have strong appeal to children', says ASA

An ad for Haig Club whisky featuring David Beckham has survived censure from the Advertising Standards Authority, after it concluded he does "not have strong appeal to children".

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Record sales of Apple's iPhone drive biggest-ever quarterly profit in corporate history

Apple has announced a quarterly net profit of $18bn (£11.9bn), the biggest ever reported by a public company, with record sales of 75.4 million Phones fuelling the performance.

 

Royal Mail launches 'Mail Men' campaign to boost direct mail

Royal Mail has launched its first major ad campaign for its direct marketing arm, MarketReach, in a bid to convince advertisers digital isn't the only option.

 

Netmums founder launches YouTube network with Panasonic

Siobhan Freegard, the founder of Netmums, the UK parenting advice site, has launched the Channel Mum YouTube network, with Panasonic as a launch partner.

 
 

Snapchat's Discover offers news, entertainment and 'gorgeous' ads

Snapchat has launched Discover, a new channel that pulls in stories from media partners such as Vice, DailyMail.com, CNN and National Geographic.

 

TravelSupermarket hands creative brief to The Corner

TravelSupermarket, part of the Moneysupermarket.com group, has handed its £3.5 million creative account to The Corner following a competitive pitch.

 

Time to rebrand Parliament for the digital age

Our long democratic heritage is something to be proud of - but to preserve it we need to evolve to meet society's changing needs, writes Justin Cooke, UK CEO of Possible.

 
 


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