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The Times and Sunday Times combine for first joint brand campaign

The Times and Sunday Times combine for first joint brand campaign

The Times and The Sunday Times have released a stirring TV ad as part of their first joint brand campaign.

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Selfridges fights female objectification in balletic lingerie campaign

Selfridges fights female objectification in balletic lingerie campaign

Selfridges has actively tried to fight clichéd images of women in underwear for its latest lingerie shoot, which stars amateur models with different body shapes and ethnicities.

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Heathrow expansion group told by ASA not to repeat claim about local support

Heathrow expansion group told by ASA not to repeat claim about local support

Back Heathrow, a group campaigning for the expansion of London Heathrow Airport rather than rival option Gatwick, has been told by the UK's ad regulator not to repeat its claim that "most people living...

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Myerson quits as Desmond's right-hand man after 21 years

Myerson quits as Desmond's right-hand man after 21 years

Richard Desmond's right-hand man and "brother-in-arms", Stan Myerson, is quitting publishing group Northern & Shell after 21 years.

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FT repositions global brand with 'first truly integrated campaign'

FT repositions global brand with 'first truly integrated campaign'

With the new slogan 'Make the right connections', the Financial Times has launched a brand repositioning campaign.

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FT repositions global brand with 'first truly integrated campaign'

FT repositions global brand with 'first truly integrated campaign'

With the new slogan 'Make the right connections', the Financial Times has launched a brand repositioning campaign.

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Media on Trial: the i

Media on Trial: the i

Rick Hirst, the UK chief executive of Mcgarrybowen, gives his take on the newspaper's first issue as a Johnston Press product.

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The Independent: tribute to newspaper's print edition after 30 years

The Independent: tribute to newspaper's print edition after 30 years

The Independent is publishing its last print edition on Saturday before becoming an online-only publication. Campaign looks back at the paper's most memorable front pages and asks two key figures from...

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Times Newspapers' profits near £11 million as paywall offsets ad decline

Times Newspapers' profits near £11 million as paywall offsets ad decline

The Times has made a pre-tax profit of £10.9 million as its online paywall, strong print circulation revenue and investment in journalism more than offset lower advertising revenue.

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Guardian Media Group plans to cut 250 jobs

Guardian Media Group plans to cut 250 jobs

The publisher of The Guardian is planning to slash 250 jobs as it tries to cut costs by 20 per cent, it has told staff today.

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Trinity Mirror takes 'fluid' view after hiking The New Day to 50p despite weak sales

Trinity Mirror takes 'fluid' view after hiking The New Day to 50p despite weak sales

Trinity Mirror has unexpectedly doubled the price of The New Day to 50p amid signs the publisher is struggling with a strategy for the new title as sales falter.

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Can Vice make a virtue of its new TV deal?

Can Vice make a virtue of its new TV deal?

The media giant, synonymous with cutting-edge, provocative content, is launching a new channel on traditional television, taking its distinctive editorial voice to the platform. But is this a retrograde...

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Ad buyers raise concerns as The New Day's sales fall to 95,000

Ad buyers raise concerns as The New Day's sales fall to 95,000

Sales of The New Day have tumbled below 100,000, or less than half its target circulation, amid signs that the publisher, Trinity Mirror, could drop plans to increase the cover price to 50p indefinitely...

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Newsworks launches new campaign for 'agenda-setting' newspapers

Newsworks launches new campaign for 'agenda-setting' newspapers

National newspapers are hoping to remind the public of their ability to set the news agenda in a new ad campaign launching next week.

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Govt focuses on 'stressed' 40- to 60-year-olds with £6m 'One You' campaign

Govt focuses on 'stressed' 40- to 60-year-olds with £6m 'One You' campaign

The government has launched its biggest health campaign in eight years with the new 'One You' brand, which will now house all adult health initiatives such as Stoptober and Dry January.

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Can The New Day grow the print ad market?

Can The New Day grow the print ad market?

As The Independent prepares to go online-only, the Trinity Mirror launch is most timely.

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Guardian editor Viner says paywall is not an option

Guardian editor Viner says paywall is not an option

The editor of The Guardian has insisted the loss-making title will not set up a paywall even though some readers feel so "guilty" about getting news for free that they ask her: "Can I give you money?"

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Trinity Mirror CEO Fox: cover price revenue will keep papers like The New Day afloat

Trinity Mirror CEO Fox: cover price revenue will keep papers like The New Day afloat

The ad market for free print newspapers is limited and paid-for titles will be increasingly dependent on cover price because of slumping ad revenue, the publisher of The New Day and the Daily Mirror has...

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The New Day first look: media buyers warn paper is short on ads and needs digital push

The New Day first look: media buyers warn paper is short on ads and needs digital push

Leading media buyers have welcomed The New Day but warned it is short on ads, the simplistic editorial style risks being too 'Janet and John', and it must develop a digital presence.

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Media on Trial: The New Day reviewed

Media on Trial: The New Day reviewed

Gideon Spanier, the head of media at Campaign, reviews Trinity Mirror's new title, The New Day, which has launched today.

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