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Sky Atlantic to host ice-themed ad break for Fortitude launch

Volvo, Jägermeister, Peugeot, Macmillan Cancer Support and Sony are among the brands featuring in a special ice-themed ad break to celebrate the launch of the new Sky Atlantic drama Fortitude.

 

Time Inc UK restructures ad team

Time Inc UK, the publisher that owns InStyle, Country Life and Marie Claire, has restructured its advertising team to focus more on the customer and to better service agencies.

 

OMC appoints Mark Craze as chairman

The Outdoor Media Centre, the outdoor media trade body, has appointed Mark Craze, the former chief executive of Havas Media UK, as its chairman, replacing Naren Patel.

 

Twitter readies election messages for your feed

Twitter has launched new postcode-specific geo-targeting service in time for the General Election, which will be held in 100 days.

 

Claydon, Clifton, Blackett and Warby on Debrett's

Jon Claydon, Rita Clifton, Karen Blackett and Sarah Warby are among the advertising, media and marketing names to make it into Debrett's list of the most influential people in the UK.

 

Daily Mirror publishes its own tits on Page 3

The Daily Mirror is responding to the publicity around its rival The Sun's Page 3 by publishing a "montage" of tits tomorrow.

 

Publicis Groupe extends deadline for Sapient deal again

Publicis Groupe has extended the deadline for Sapient shareholders to accept its $3.7 billion offer for a fourth time.

 

Pepsi 'Headin' to Halftime: The Nasty What Now?' by The Brooklyn Brothers

Continuation of "Hyped for Halftime" campaign gets some laughs

 

MailOnline posts record 199.4m global monthly browsers

Monthly visitors to MailOnline, the world's biggest English-language newsbrand, hit new highs of 199.4 million browsers in December 2014, according to figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations.

 

John Brown Media appoints Rebekah Billingsley to head of digital and content strategy role

John Brown Media, the content marketing agency, has appointed Rebekah Billingsley to the newly created role of head of digital and content strategy.

 

Enter, Manning Gottlieb OMD and Carat to create HIV awareness campaign

The London boroughs have appointed Enter, Manning Gottlieb OMD and Carat to handle the first campaign to prevent rising HIV infection rates in London.

 

Accenture ties up with Guardian for 6 Nations

Accenture has signed up as The Guardian's branded content partner for the 2015 RBS 6 Nations.

 

The Lad Bible publisher hires Mimi Turner as marketing director

Mimi Turner, the former communications director for Northern & Shell, has joined the company behind online publications The Lad Bible and The Sport Bible as its first marketing director.

 

Havas partners with Facebook's Atlas for multi-device ad targeting

Havas Media Group, home to Havas Media and Arena, has formed a partnership with Facebook's Atlas to better track users and serve ads around the world, starting in the US and Western Europe.

 

Virgin Media COO Dana Strong to leave after 18 months

Cable TV company Liberty Global has appointed Dana Strong, the chief operating officer of its Virgin Media business, as senior vice-president and chief transformation officer.

 

My Media Week: Grant Millar

This week, Grant Millar gets his feet under the table as UK CEO, ZenithOptimedia Group, in a welcome return to the UK media fold.

 

What the end of Page 3 means for advertising

Nipples are funny things aren't they? I say funny, but the recent No More Page 3 campaign has made us all think far more seriously about them.

 

Guardian and Telegraph beat MailOnline on Twitter in 2014

Stories from The Guardian and Daily Telegraph generated more comment and sharing on Twitter in 2014 than all other newsbrands, including the largest site MailOnline, according to a new study.

 

DCMS in political row over gambling ad review

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has promised to publish the result of a review of gambling ads "shortly" after concerns expressed by senior Lib Dem Danny Alexander came to light.

 

Has JCDecaux chosen the wrong time to abandon its trade body?

JCDecaux's withdrawal from the Outdoor Media Centre is a surprising turn of events, writes the Posterscope chief executive Annie Rickard.

 
 

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