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UK ad industry lines up against Channel 4 sell-off

The UK ad industry is lining up against the Government’s mad, mean-minded plan to sell off broadcaster Channel 4 with Campaign (subscription required) orchestrating an open letter against the plan, claiming C4 “plays a key role in offering diverse programming ...

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Now the real hard work begins for tennis prodigy Emma

Now, wonder who this is? What we do know is that you’re going to be seeing a lot more of her over the next few years. Let’s just hope that Emma Raducanu, already signed by Nike and the star of ...

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How to successfully promote your financial firm

Is your financial firm currently banging on that proverbial glass ceiling? If so, you might want to consider smashing through this invisible barrier. The sooner you overcome this hurdle, the less likely your company will be to stagnate in its ...

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Dentsu’s Carat raids Essence for new UK CEO

Dentsu’s Carat has raided WPP’s Essence for a new CEO, former EMEA boss Clare Chapman (below.) Digital-heavy Essence has become something of a golf standard for recruiting, losing Ali Reed to Omnicom’s PHD as CEO and chief product officer Mark ...

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WPP the winner in massive Unilever media review

WPP has likely landed its biggest win of the year with the lion’s share of Unilever’s massive £6bn plus media budget, being re-appointed to Unilver’s business in most of the world including adding some markets. Omnicom’s PHD won Austria, Germany ...

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WFA survey shows clients all at sea as they try to navigate digital media

Advertisers may be spending money on media as if there’s no tomorrow but about half of themn have little idea if they’re doing the right thing. According to a new survey from the World Federation of Advertisers (WFA) whose members ...

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S4 Capital’s Media.Monks bags San Francisco’s Cashmere

Sir Martin Sorrell’s S4 Capital has bagged another one (“merged with” as it prefers) in Cashmere which is joining its content arm under Media.Monks. Cashmere was founded in Los Angeles in 2003, by Ted Chung and Seung Chung and now ...

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Tesco under fire from Greenpeace for its “burning secret”

This is hardly what Tesco wanted to wake up to on Monday morning, a new Greenpeaqce film about its alleged “burning secret,” sourcing meat from supplier JBS which, according to Greenpeace, is still busily burning swathes of the Amazon to ...

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