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Jaguar has signed up actor Idris Elba, designer Stella McCartney and singer-songwriter Emeli Sandé to promote the launch of its XE sports saloon, with the singer inviting consumers to shape her new track via social media ahead of an audio-visual perf...
Adam Crozier, chief executive of ITV, has admitted there is "work to be done" to boost viewers after being outperformed for share of commercial impacts (SOCI) by Channel 4, despite its World Cup coverage last month.
This year's Media Week Awards have attracted a record number of 563 entries from the UK's most innovative media companies.
This week, Jon Slade, commercial director, global digital advertising and insight, Financial Times, readies the FT's new attention-based CPM alternative - engaged time.
Mexican food chain Chipotle UK has promised to give away 14,000 burritos over the course of seven days in August, in a promotion driven by Facebook and Twitter.
It's been the year of mobile every year since 2008, but recent reports suggest we've finally made it.
Rapp has been awarded the creative, media and data accounts for Cigna Insurance Services in the UK, following a three-way pitch.
Unilever is understood to be revamping its global digital roster, as part of a strategy to build its integrated agency network.
Twitter has beaten analysts' expectations and boosted Q2 revenues by 124% year on year to $312m (£184m), although the social network made a loss of $145m (£86m), up from $42m (£28m) in 2013.
DigitasLBi has boosted its strategy team with the appointment of Harry Pugsley, a planning partner at McCann London, as creative strategy director.
Lori Cunningham, director of digital revenues at Telegraph Media Group, is believed to be another high-profile departure at the publisher.
Two rich men, played by Jude Law and Giancarlo Giannini, drink whisky on a yacht in the Caribbean and have a gentlemanly wager. Cue the action switching to London, where Law ends up dancing in a dusty, disused theatre.
BT Sport continues to invest in its football coverage ahead of the new Premier League season starting next month.
"There's magic in insanity," claims Tunepics founder and former Topshop CMO Justin Cooke, in a video for Virgin Atlantic in which he also discusses the challenges of running a business.
Budweiser is on a global hunt for undiscovered musical talent and is trawling the streets and subways of cities including London and New York to create the "ultimate busker band", in a campaign backed by global superstars Jay Z and Rihanna.
The City of London Police is replacing ads on websites that flout copyright laws with banners warning people that they could be breaking the law.
The Co-operative Food is introducing hi-tech trolleys to selected stores so that its customers can use a bolted-on tablet to express their views on products, services and social issues while they shop.
Mike Buckley, the head of agency sales at Microsoft, is joining Telegraph Media Group as its digital commercial director.
For parents being driven mad by moaning kids during the summer holidays, and for kids bored of hanging around with the oldies, help is at hand in the form of an iOS and Android app called iSpies.
AOL has ramped up its video offering to advertisers with the appointment of Marta Martinez as global head of video sales.
From The Wall
by Rob Sellers, 29/07/2014
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