Newspaper news & analysis
Mail Online continues to lead the websites for the UK's national newspapers, with more than 11.3 million daily unique browsers in August, while the biggest risers year on year are sites for the Metro (175%) and the Mirror (99%).
Trinity Mirror has poached Piers North from Yahoo to take the new role of digital strategy director at the national and regional newspaper publisher.
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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.
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.
Dentsu Aegis has appointed former Trinity Mirror chief operating officer, Mark Hollinshead, as a non-executive director for its regional business in the UK.
News UK, home to The Times and The Sun newsbrands, completed its move to the News Building at London Bridge yesterday, with a welcome from the Mayor of London.
There is a reason why digital is the fastest-growing channel, clients just need to ask the right questions of their agency to ensure the best results, says Matt Bush, head of performance agency at Google.
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.
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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.
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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".
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