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Murdoch papers and PR industry welcome Matt Tee as press regulation chief

News the former permanent secretary for government comms, Matt Tee, has been appointed as the first chief executive of the new media regulator, IPSO, has met with a mixed reaction.

 

Richard Dunmall: 'It's a good day for the future of the radio industry'

On the day Rajar results show that 36.8% of radio listening in the UK is now happening via a digital device, Bauer Media's group managing director of advertising, Richard Dunmall believes its time to celebrate.

 

The Q2 Rajars show a high point for good old talk radio

Today's Q2 Rajar results highlight several success stories for commercial and public radio, not least the popularity of talk radio, says Michael Williamson, head of radio, Amplifi at Carat.

 

Tech viewpoint on multichannel content

Video content is the undisputed jewel in the digital advertising crown. As an online engagement tool, it is in exponential growth, no doubt fuelling, at least in part, yet another revision upwards of online spend in the latest IPA Bellwether Report.

 

Is 'real time' a game-changer for brands?

Should advertisers dive head first into opportunities around tailored, real-time communications, Arif Durrani asks.

 

Quality content moves top of brands' agendas

Last week, the IAB hosted its first-ever content marketing conference. Clare O'Brien reports on the event's highlights.

 

Yahoo keeps agencies guessing about Europe

The company might have spent the past couple of years in an acquisition frenzy, but what's the strategy? By David Benady.

 

You're not normal, nor is the person you sit next to - and as for your boss...

You're not normal. It's something that is all too easy to forget - I do it myself on a regular basis. In a step-change from drinking and dining with media's finest, I was out with the "dads from school" last week.

 

ITV's Adam Crozier: 'Work to be done' after losing out to C4 during World Cup

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.

 

Record entries for Media Week Awards 2014: meet the judges

This year's Media Week Awards have attracted a record number of 563 entries from the UK's most innovative media companies.

 

My Media Week: Jon Slade

This week, Jon Slade, commercial director, global digital advertising and insight, Financial Times, readies the FT's new attention-based CPM alternative - engaged time.

 

Lori Cunningham out in Telegraph reshuffle

Lori Cunningham, director of digital revenues at Telegraph Media Group, is believed to be another high-profile departure at the publisher.

 

BT Sport continues to invest in football line-up

BT Sport continues to invest in its football coverage ahead of the new Premier League season starting next month.

 

Police place warning ads to tackle online pirates

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.

 

Mike Buckley leaves Microsoft for Telegraph Media Group

Mike Buckley, the head of agency sales at Microsoft, is joining Telegraph Media Group as its digital commercial director.

 

AOL appoints Marta Martinez to head global video sales

AOL has ramped up its video offering to advertisers with the appointment of Marta Martinez as global head of video sales.

 

Mail Online ads up 49% to generate third of Daily Mail's ad revenues

Growth in digital ad revenues at Mail Online more than offset falls at the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday newspapers in the last quarter, generating a third of the newsbrand's ad revenues at £15m.

 

Twitter's latest big idea: focus on the small talk

The World Cup is now over, but people are Tweeting about everyday life. Should brands join in, David Benady asks.

 

Old faces bid for control of new media economy

Power plays by Rupert Murdoch and John Malone driven by threat from digital upstarts, not just egos. By Maisie McCabe.

 

Thing we like: BBC Worldwide, Tulisa relief, AOL, Sky

Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 25 July, and one thing we didn't...

 
 

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