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Trinity Mirror has poached Piers North from Yahoo to take the new role of digital strategy director at the national and regional newspaper publisher.
Twitter and Facebook have taken different approaches with respect to their video ad experiences. Alex Macnamara, UK managing director at Tremor Video, weighs up the benefits and pitfalls of each method.
Made.com has been left embarrassed this morning after sending out an email to its customer base announcing it had launched in a "new country" with special offers on "Saltire-inspired" products.
Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba is set to raise $21.8bn (£13.24bn) when it floats later today (19 September) on the New York Stock Exchange, making it one of the largest flotations in financial history.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has written an open letter in an attempt to assuage consumer fears over privacy invasion, after nude pictures of celebrities were leaked last month after the tech giant's iCloud service was allegedly hacked.
German audio specialist Sennheiser shows it makes people's ears feel "oh so good" in this quirky (if not slightly creepy) online ad for its 'let your ears be loved' campaign.
Media Week Awards entries used to be awash with companies claiming "media firsts"...
Jack Wills, the fashion retailer known for its preppy clothes, has appointed Havas Work Club as its digital agency in the UK.
The Economist has appointed Proximity London to handle its integrated account.
Virgin Trains will make a £50m investment in creating an "unparalleled" passenger experience, Richard Branson revealed today as the company unveiled a marketing campaign to highlight its "unique" customer service proposition.
MailOnline is now attracting more monthly unique browsers from its US operation than the UK, helping to keep its target of generating £60 million from advertising for the year on track.
Chief executives and chief marketing officers have named TV and the emerging space of digital out of home as the must-have media for "making brands famous", in a study conducted by Censuswide.
If Scotland votes yes to independence tomorrow, its major cities would become outliers, London will become more of a competitor for business and the remaining UK will be diminished, warned Martin Sorrell, chief executive and founder of WPP.
If you've failed in real-time marketing, then that's great, as it means that you've tried it out, says Anne-Marie Kline, founder of BrandLive, DigitasLBi.
Dentsu Aegis has appointed former Trinity Mirror chief operating officer, Mark Hollinshead, as a non-executive director for its regional business in the UK.
Social experts Unruly review the latest viral from Beat by Dre.
BMW has been reprimanded by the Advertising Standards Authority for making speed and acceleration the main message of its marketing communications in a tweet that boasted about the performance of its M235i model.
Betfair is so confident of the outcome of the Scottish referendum that it is already paying out a "substantial six figure sum" to punters who have opted for a "no" in the independence vote.
Guardian Labs and Direct Line are launching an online hub called Fixology, which offers advice on everyday problems.
London Live's application to reduce the amount of local programming it broadcasts has been rejected by regulator Ofcom on the grounds it "would result in a departure from the character of the licensed service."
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