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JCDecaux names Berwin and Thomas as co-CEOs in UK

JCDecaux names Berwin and Thomas as co-CEOs in UK

JCDecaux has promoted Spencer Berwin and Philip Thomas to co-chief executives of its UK business.

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Vodafone gives away free Shakespeare in 400th anniversary campaign

Vodafone gives away free Shakespeare in 400th anniversary campaign

Vodafone has partnered with The British Library to distribute early editions of some of Shakespeare's best-known works in streets around the UK and beyond to coincide with the 400th anniversary of his...

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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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Airbnb targets families for the first time with 'Live There' campaign

Airbnb targets families for the first time with 'Live There' campaign

Airbnb has gone after traditional travel company territory for the first time with 'Live There', a global campaign targeted at families as well as its usual millennial demographic.

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World of Tanks ads at Germany-England game raise eyebrows and smiles

World of Tanks ads at Germany-England game raise eyebrows and smiles

A number of social media users have suggested that ads for warfare computer game World of Tanks during Saturday's football match between England and Germany were inappropriate, ill-advised, or in some...

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Shaun Gregory drives momentum at Exterion after Tube victory

Shaun Gregory drives momentum at Exterion after Tube victory

Fresh from Exterion Media's triumph in the London Underground ad contract battle, its chief executive is on a mission to transform the sector. He talks to Gideon Spanier.

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Outdoor Planning Awards shortlist revealed

Outdoor Planning Awards shortlist revealed

Eighteen entries representing brands including Carlsberg, Currys PC World, Santander, Jameson, Microsoft and Camelot have been shortlisted in the Outdoor Planning Awards 2016.

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Exterion Media plans Clear Channel takeover

Exterion Media plans Clear Channel takeover

Exterion Media is planning a takeover bid for Clear Channel's international business, Campaign understands.

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TfL: New deal will shake up 'conservative' outdoor

TfL: New deal will shake up 'conservative' outdoor

Transport for London has claimed its investment in a new £1.1 billion ad sales partnership with Exterion Media can shake up the "conservative" outdoor industry and "demonstrate how good out of home can...

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TalkRADIO digital outdoor ads will show real-time opinions and stories

TalkRADIO digital outdoor ads will show real-time opinions and stories

TalkRADIO, the new station being launched by the Wireless Group next week, is set to launch an interactive outdoor campaign that updates in real time based on stories and opinions of the day.

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Justin Bieber songs played on Capital radio to sync with digital billboards

Justin Bieber songs played on Capital radio to sync with digital billboards

Justin Bieber will be the first in a series of music artists to feature in a new digital outdoor campaign by Universal Music and Global Radio's Capital FM.

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The billion-pound battle for TfL's Tube advertising contract

The billion-pound battle for TfL's Tube advertising contract

Big changes are looming in the out-of-home sector when the winner of the lucrative TfL Tube advertising contract is announced next week, Gideon Spanier writes.

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JCDecaux begins 'world's biggest' rollout of digital screens on London bus shelters

JCDecaux begins 'world's biggest' rollout of digital screens on London bus shelters

JCDecaux has begun what it claims is the world's biggest rollout of digital street furniture on bus shelters across London.

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TfL pledges fresh approach after 'realising' it is an advertising company

TfL pledges fresh approach after 'realising' it is an advertising company

Transport for London said it has experienced a "quantum leap" in its thinking after realising it is also an advertising company.

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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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Big Ben is not a billboard

Big Ben is not a billboard

Many brands have turned to our iconic parliament to gain publicity. Lee Bridges offers some advice.

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Hilton launches global TV ad encouraging people to book directly

Hilton launches global TV ad encouraging people to book directly

Hilton Worldwide, the hotel owner, has launched a global campaign encouraging people to book directly instead of using third party sites.

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London Fashion Week to stream live shows on digital outdoor screens

London Fashion Week to stream live shows on digital outdoor screens

London Fashion Week designer shows will be shown on outdoor screens for the first time this year.

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Anti-Valentine's Day: the ads that celebrate dumping, fighting, arguing and shouting

Anti-Valentine's Day: the ads that celebrate dumping, fighting, arguing and shouting

As more cynically-minded consumers batten down the hatches against the deluge of Valentine-themed marketing mush raining down ahead of the 'big day', we decided to snatch Cupid's arrow mid-air and take...

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Canon rubs it in over rival Nikon's photo competition gaffe

Canon rubs it in over rival Nikon's photo competition gaffe

Nikon Singapore apologised for letting a poorly altered photo win its competition, but that hasn't stopped Canon Canada jumping on an opportunity to make hay

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