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YouTube at 10: Can it retain its status as the number one video destination for marketers
How Mad Men left its mark on the advertising industry
We asked modern-day advertising execs how their parties compare to those on 'Mad Men' - and the answers were shocking
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SAB Miller says Meantime acquisition will allow for "versatile marketing"
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Foster's to end Brad and Dan ads in move away from 'laddish' campaigns
Domino's lets customers order pizza through emoji
Verizon and AOL deal gives us glimpse into the future of advertising
Boom and bust: the three marketing trends driving Victoria's Secret's success
Manchester United in £2.9m quarterly loss due to decline in broadcast revenue
Study reveals Brits shun global giants in favour of home-grown brands
Marketers are 'not even ready' for mobile, says Google
ITV advertising profits strong
BBC could profit from advertising in UK for the first time after striking a deal with Facebook
AOL's David Shing: 'the advent of wearable will force marketers to embrace notification language'
Why social media's success is increasingly dependent on video
Facebook in-app search accelerated need for brand to invest in interesting content
Barclaycard taps into 'fabric of the nation' status with new campaign
The future is messenger. The future is Facebook?
ISBA – the voice of British advertisers, has welcomed the appointment of James Murphy, Founder and CEO of Adam & Eve/DDB as the new Chairman of the Advertising Association (AA). James replaces Cilla Snowball as chairman in June, on completion of her three year term at the AA.
Interactive ads are not gimmicks but ROI boosters
Although privacy remains a concern, acceptance of wearable is growing
Brands editors' quick to fit in with marketing teams
What Verizion's $4.4bn AOL purchase means for media focused advertisers
The disappearing screen will demand imagination and trust from brands
Facebook Instant Articles: BBC News and Guardian sign up to initiative
Sony PS4 competition on Game scammed by entrants
ISBA – the voice of British advertisers, has welcomed the appointment of John Wittingdale to Culture Secretary for the Department of Culture, Media and Sport.
KitKat embarks on biggest packaging redesign to let consumers ‘YouTube their break
What marketers should be doing to tackle ad fraud
Data drives real returns - make sure your story is heard
Betfair appoints first CMO after axing brand director
Oban Digital launches report advising marketers on expanding overseas online
Apple's Tim Cook joinsw China's Weibo
Bottled water sales leapfrog fizzy juice
Google says self-driving cars have logged 1.7 miles with 11 minor accidents
Games of Thrones retains the crown for most pirated show
Cancer Research uses mobile games to transform researcher
Election result 'good for advertising'
A + E Networks' make HISTORY HERE app available for Apple Watch
Google dominates ranking of world's largest media owners
Google says 45% of Web Video Ads Are Never Viewed
Thomson holidays name to disappear with TUI rebrand
The Lad Bible publisher 65twenty makes senior commercial appointment's
The philosophy of privacy: why surveillance reduces us to objects
Infographic: YouTube Ads Are Reportadely Viewable 91% of the Time
Bridging the Gap Between On and Offline Marketing With CRM
Digital Trading: Why creativity and automation are a perfect match
Alex Bennett, Senior Digital Marketing Manager at Nationwide has welcomed the improvements that are being made in Online Brand Safety especially after reports highlighted the reputational risks to companies.
Glass of red wine a night could help people with diabetes manage cholesterol and protect their heart, says study
Fresh Britain enlists former SAS commander for brand warfare advice
No Offence set to be Paul Abbott's latest hit, attracting 2.5 million viewers
How brands can beat the growing vlogging backlash
Could probiotic yoghurt be the key to fighting hey fever?
BT experiences 14% profit hike as 'quad play' model continues to pay dividends
Forget about ecommerce, the future lies with brand commerce
Making Adidas number one is 'not a sprint, it's a marathon', says CEO
Eurostar to call media review