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Top 10 media buyers

1. Mark Collins Collins remains the industry s most significant media buyer following the collapse of the Publicis/Omnicom merger. The Group M operation that he spearheads still controls at least a third of all the UK s trackable media spend. He st...

 

Managing director Jane Macken leaves Haymarket after 26 years

Jane Macken, managing director of Haymarket Business Media, home to Campaign, Marketing and PR Week, is leaving the publishing group after 26 years in the company.

 

Town & Country appoints Tina Gaudoin as editor-in-chief

Town & Country, the lifestyle brand from Hearst Magazines UK launched in May, has appointed Tina Gaudoin to the role of editor-in-chief.

 

My Media Week: Lucy Sinclair

This week, Lucy Sinclair, chief marketing officer, Johnston Press is inspired by fearless innovation in the Land of the Midnight Sun.

 

Vogue promotes Lucy Delacherois-Day to ad director

Vogue, the Conde Nast fashion title, has promoted Lucy Delacherois-Day to the role of advertisement director.

 

Monocle launches The Forecast annual title

Monocle, the global business and lifestyle publisher, has launched an annual called The Forecast.

 

ZenithOptimedia forecasts 6% adspend growth in 2015

ZenithOptimedia has forecast the UK's measured advertising expenditure increased 5 per cent in 2014, and is set to grow a further 6 per cent in 2015.

 

Things we like: Condé Nast getting technical, News and mags mobile boost and Digital radio at Christmas

Cond Nast getting technical Cond Nast is pulling out all the stops for the UK launch of the tech news site Ars Technica (from Latin for the "art of technology"). It s the first UK launch since it imported Wired in April 2009. You could be forgi...

 

Good Housekeeping kicks off digital assault

As one of the few strong-performing print brands, the title is seeking to entice digital-savvy young audiences.

 

Hearst launches Good Housekeeping Institute online

Hearst magazines has launched the first stand-alone digital product for the Good Housekeeping brand, Good Housekeeping Institute online, which will feature product reviews.

 

Hearst promotes Ella Dolphin to group commercial director

Hearst Magazines UK has appointed Ella Dolphin to the newly created role of group commercial director.

 

In pictures: Campaign Media Awards 2014

More than 550 leaders from media agencies, media owners and advertisers celebrated creativity in the media business at the Campaign Media Awards, held at the London Hilton on Wednesday 19 October.

 

Things we like: Sunday Times' Waitrose ad, Nick Milligan golf day, Radio's award

Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 19 November, and one thing we didn't...

 

Forever Sports wins BSME's Launch of the Year

Forever Sports, Haymarket Media's fitness, style and sport magazine, was named Launch of the Year at last night's BSME Awards.

 

Square Up Media launches Foodism in print

Foodism, the food and drink website owned by Square Up Media, will launch as a monthly print title next month.

 

History Of Advertising: No 113: Ben Franklin's General Magazine

It is remarkable that advertising did not establish itself in the US until many years after it had done so in Britain. More remarkable still is that the man who set advertising on its way in America was one of the country s founding fathers. Indeed...

 

Things we like: MTV and Channel 5 collaboration, FT's fundraiser and C4 goes programmatic

Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 14 November, and one thing we didn't...

 

How the UK is leading the way in brand safety online

The news last month that Yahoo, AOL and Google's DoubleClick have joined Microsoft in the fight against online ad misplacement by having their ad serving processes certified by JICWEBS, further underlines how the UK leads the way in safety online, sa...

 

Facebook app plans will test publishers' resolve

Publishers must decide whether they want to play ball with the social network's content plans, David Benady writes.

 

Time Out hires Giles Coren as columnist

Time Out has hired Giles Coren to be a weekly columnist, offering his acerbic take on city life.

 
 

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