Politics

Wolff moves on from Adweek editor to White House scourge

Michael Wolff, author of the new Fire and Fury dissection of Donald Trump, had a one-year stint as editor of Adweek in the US in 2010. Unsurprisingly he proved too much of a rich mixture for the trade title’s owners. ...

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Andy Vogel of NewBase: US net neutrality repeal will cost UK advertisers too

Despite 83 per cent of Americans supporting net neutrality maintaining the status quo, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has undone the 2015 rules that prevented internet providers from using a tiered/paid system to block or slow specific websites. Now, because ...

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Now Accenture wins Vatican media communications

We’ve noticed that Accenture Interactive is taking over (bits of) the corporeal world, now it’s expanding its horizons to matters spiritual with the new task of launching Vatican News, described as “part of the Vatican reform aimed at finding new ...

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Now Boz the Monster is revealed – It’s you Foreign..

There are the usual Christmas ads spoofs on YouTube but a bit listless this year – maybe this epoch in adland is coming to a close. Some people criticised John Lewis for scaring children with monsters under the bed. Imagine ...

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Monarchy is worth £67.5bn to UK says Brand Finance

Consultancy Brand Finance has been looking at the “brand value” of the UK monarchy – not their personal finances – and deduced that the capital value of the UK monarchy as a business is a hefty £67.5bn, making an annual ...

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Tom Denford and David Indo from ID Comms: China’s unique digital giants

On this week’s #MediaSnack Tom and David take a look at what it takes to market successfully in China and a landscape dominated by Tencent, Alibaba and Baidu. These three giants are frequently compared to Western platforms like Google, Facebook ...

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