Newspaper news & analysis
The Financial Times is set to unveil its first design refresh in seven years tomorrow, created for easier navigation and to better complement its digital brand extensions.
Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 12 September, and one thing we didn't...
The Guardian has launched a membership scheme costing up to £60 per month in a bid to better engage with its expanding global readership, and also to create a new revenue stream.
Metro, the city-centric newspaper, today devoted its entire issue to supporting Paddy Power and Stonewall's campaign against homophobia in football, and ran a host of gay-friendly ads.
The Style at Home editor tells Maisie McCabe how the IPC success story has grown from a 'cupboard project' to a magazine selling 100,000 copies a month in three years.
Media fragmentation and understanding the complex consumer journey are among the biggest challenges facing marketers and media planners today, according to judges for the Newsworks Planning Awards 2014.
It feels like people have switched off more than ever this summer, so here's your brief digest on what you might have missed.
The Times has launched a further instalment of its Unquiet Film Series documenting the kidnapping and return of two journalists in Syria.
Jed Glanvill, the former chief executive of Mindshare, has been appointed to oversee the audience measurement review initiated by Newsworks.
Aga, the British cooker brand indelibly linked with the upper-middle classes and their country homes, has released a campaign for its city oven.
The people I know in the UK media business have little time for the terms "native advertising" or "organic reach".
It's early days, but teething problems at London Live don't bode well for Jeremy Hunt's brainchild. By David Benady.
Anjelica Huston and other celebrities known for having a comfortable and unique style form the backbone of Gap's autumn campaign.
Things we like: Collaboration between Hearst and Global and The Sun and Google, and free Wi-Fi on buses
Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 15 August, and one thing we didn't...
The channel says a repositioning will boost viewing figures that have been held back by Barb's system.
We catch up with Jerry Wright, chief executive of ABC, as he oversees the Consumer Magazine Report and makes his guest cricketing debut as MediaTel take on Kantar.
Paddy Power's "mass debater" ad that was published ahead of the TV debates between Nigel Farage and Nick Clegg has escaped censure, despite claims its allusions to masturbation were offensive.
Johnston Press, the owner of The Scotsman and the Yorkshire Post, has appointed John Bills, currently the acting group managing director, to the role on a permanent basis.
Adam & Eve/DDB has created a tactical ad for VW following this week's news that an elephant had used a Polo model to ease its sexual frustration.
All national newspapers have lost circulation in the last year, but the most resilient has been News UK's paywalled The Times, according to figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
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