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Telegraph plumps for well-chosen words from adam&eve

Does the ‘fake news’ storm give newspapers and other legacy media a rare opportunity to fight back against the digital destroyers? Britain’s Telegraph evidently thinks so, in this new campaign from adam&eveDDB. ‘Words are powerful. Choose them well’ highlights iconic ...

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Were sacked Mirror editors plotting a takeover?

Sacked Mirror editors Richard Wallace (Daily) and Tina Weaver (Sunday) were plotting a buyout of their employer Trinity Mirror’s national titles before they were unceremoniously given the boot on Wednesday, according to the Telegraph’s media editor Katherine Rushton. It’s not ...

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Rugby World Cup is missing a gem of an ad from William Lawson’s

What a shame Bacardi-Martini didn’t bring back this William Lawson’s ad from 2000 for this year’s Rugby World Cup. Confronting those haka-mad Kiwis with some vintage Braveheart would have been just the ticket. Even better if Scotland had qualified for ...

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Are Telegraph plan for online paywall and healthy News International subscriber growth a sign of the future?

Is the tide turning for the concept of news website paywalls, as the Guardian reports today that the Telegraph group is planning to introduce charging for some digital content in the autumn? buy cuban cigars online usa This news coincides ...

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‘Tax dodger’ George Osborne ads put UK papers in a spin

An anti-tax dodger group called 38 Degrees has raised enough money from somewhere to run a UK national newspaper campaign accusing coalition government chancellor George Osborne, who’s supposed to be cracking down on tax-dodging companies, of being one himself. It ...

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