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- Out to lunch with Boisdale Life and David Emin: Lawson MuncasterIn the first in a new series, Media Week's David Emin invites an industry heavyweight out to lunch at one of Boisdales restaurants. Who better to start the series than the Lunchmaster himself, City AM's co-founder Lawson Muncaster.
- Internet ad complaints overtake TV for the first timeInternet ads received more complaints than TV ads for the first time in 2014, according to the annual report from the Advertising Standards Authority and the Committee of Advertising Practice.
- My Media Week: Anna JonesThis week, Anna Jones, chief executive officer at Hearst Magazines UK, speaks at the PPA Festival, mentors at WACL's Gather, champions creative industries and meets the Queen.
- Johnson & Johnson reviews global mediaJohnson & Johnson has called a global review of its media planning and buying business, putting GroupM's Primus on alert in the UK.
- Q&A: Mullen Lowe Group's chief Alex Leikikh on why this time will be differentDouglas Quenqua, Campaign US's editor-in-chief, catches up with Alex Leikikh, the new chief executive of the Mullen Lowe Group, on why Lowe has finally found its American sweetheart.
- Mobile operators gain the upper hand in mobile advertising(Thinkstock) Ever since the introduction of data services and the rise of applications like WhatsApp and Skype, mobile operators around the world have found themselves on the back foot. Traditional revenues from voice and text messaging have been reduced significantly by the impact of, often free, internet-based alternatives. Read more on Mobile operators gain the […]
- Realising the omni-experience vision – part oneBrands know the importance of delivering a consistent customer experience across every channel. Few, however, have yet to determine just how to realise that strategy. Critically, companies are failing to join the on- and offline worlds. While many are attempting to create a consistent online experience, when the consumer interacts with the brand in a […]
- The Daily Poke: The cost of a bargainFrom food, to our phones, to fashion – we’re all after a bargain. But it can be hard to see beyond a swing ticket, and recognise the true cost of the low prices we crave. Read more on The Daily Poke: The cost of a bargain…
- Infographic: Vloggers and online consumer behavioursOur appetite for consuming fashion content on YouTube is huge, total views monthly is 110 million, equating to total reach of fashion on the video platform of 13.5 million per month. A staggering 97.8% of these views comes from vlogger channels, compared to only 2.2% from brand channels. Plus the click through rate (CTR) from users […]
- How mobile apps are changing the way people shop(Thinkstock) Consumers do not shop in the same way they used to. Gone are the days of reliance on high street shopping, instead the multi-channel environment is continuing to grow. Read more on How mobile apps are changing the way people shop…
- The Daily Poke: Spread the joyStrawberries and cream, peanut butter and jelly, chocolate and Vegemite… apparently. Images of Vegemite-filled Dairy Milk have been doing the rounds on social media down under. But until now, many were left wondering whether it was just a photoshopped hoax. Read more on The Daily Poke: Spread the joy…