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1. John Lewis, John Lewis Southampton Impossible to knowingly undersell, this clever campaign promoted new departments at the John Lewis store in Southampton. As the biggest store in the city s West Quay development is close to the Solent, it s a...
Multi-platform print-based media brands can play a big part in the media landscape of 2015, says Karl Marsden, managing director of Shortlist Media.
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...
Mail Advertising, the commercial operation for the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday, has merged its classified and display advertising sales teams under Rosemary Gorman as part of a group restructure.
Johnston Press has appointed Andrew Cunning, the creative director at Harper Collins Publishers, as chief creative officer and hired Liam Reynolds to lead its national ad sales.
News UK Commercial has hired Omnicom Media Group's Chris Amor to replace Matt Shreeve as the publishing group's trading director.
Carat has appointed Sally Silver, M4C's head of digital, to head up its government media team following the account's move into the Dentsu Aegis Network.
Alan Rusbridger will step down as editor-in-chief of Guardian News & Media in the summer of 2015, ending 20 years as one of the UK's most influential and outspoken editorial leaders.
This week, Lucy Sinclair, chief marketing officer, Johnston Press is inspired by fearless innovation in the Land of the Midnight Sun.
BT has successfully appealed for six Virgin Media ads to be banned by the ASA, for being misleading.
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...
Times Newspapers, home of The Times and Sunday Times, has reported a profit of £1.7 million in its last financial year, its first in 13 years.
The winners have been announced for this year's Newsworks 2014 Planning Awards, chosen by a jury of 16 client and agency judges, led by Amanda Rendle, global head of marketing at HSBC.
The Money Shop, the loans company, is advertising its new loan product with an ad that explains how it can help people afford everyday items.
Currys PC World, Asda, Very, Littlewoods, Boots, BT and Argos have all launched Black Friday ads today.
Things we like: The Times in Homeland, Peter Jackson turns to Empire, and what your newspaper says about you
Some things in the media business we liked in the week up to 28 November, and one thing we didn't...
The managing director of the FT's B2C division will be sad to leave the sales world behind, David Benady writes.
The Sun, News UK's tabloid, has reported its number of digital subscribers has more than doubled to almost 250,000, less than 15 months after erecting a paywall around its content.
The Financial Times has internally announced commercial director Jon Slade will become managing director of its business to consumer operations.
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