• Universal Strikes The First Music Deal With Facebook
    Universal Music Group has become the first record company to sign a deal with Facebook that will allow its users to upload videos and access songs across the social media, "The Guardian" reports.
  • Police Officers Behind Damian Green Investigation Face Data Breach Probe
    The two retired police officers who blew the whistle on the former First Secretary of State Damian Green are to be referred to the ICO over a possible data privacy breach, "Press Gazette" reveals. Revelations that porn was found on his Westminster computer did not get Theresa May's right-hand man the sack -- but rather his denial he knew the police were investigating it.
  • BBC Must Increase Religious Content
    The BBC must increase and improve its religious content, "The Guardian" reveals. An investigation concludes that people of all faiths are under represented by the channel.
  • Local Journalists Call Industrial Action At Newsquest
    Newsquest journalists in Darlington and County Durham have joined colleagues in Swindon in voting in favour of industrial action, "Press Gazette" reveals. The action has been called after Gannett, the US owner of Newsquest, announced possible forced redundancies and a new policy of not paying staff extra for working bank holidays.
  • Funny Or Bad Taste? Poundland Has Got Social Media Divided
    If you haven't seen the furore online around Poundland's risque social media Christmas posts, "Campaign" has a rundown on the messages that are getting some hot under the collar and others smirking.
  • Facebook Drops Fake News Warning
    Facebook is dropping its red triangle warning sign next to news stories that could be fake news, the BBC reports. Facebook says the approach did not work and it will instead place other articles next to a story with disputed facts so readers have additional material to form a better-informed opinion.
  • Marriott To Become First Brand To Use New Outdoor Projection Tech
    Marriott will become the first brand to trial new technology that gives the illusion of holographic style outdoor posters by beaming light into a viewer's eye, "Campaign" reveals. Someone has to be in the right place to see the image and, tonight, that is on the Southbank in London, next to the ITV studios. Passers-by will see a Marriott logo float above The Thames.
  • McCann London Wins Chivas Regal Global Account
    Chivas Regal has awarded its global advertising account to McCann London, "Campaign" reveals. The agency won a four-way shootout for the whisky brand after the incumbent, Havas London, withdrew from the process last month.
  • Can Netflix Make It On Cinema's Silver Screen?
    There's an interesting read in "The Guardian" this morning about how Netflix is attempting to launch its movies on cinema screens, not just the streaming set-top box in the living room. Its first foray in to the cinema, Bright, launches tomorrow and stars Will Smith.
  • Britain First Switches From Twitter To Gab
    After being suspended by Twitter for inciting hate, the right-wing movement Britain First has moved to Gab, a US-based site set up to prioritise free speech. Nevertheless, the site has still been banned by Google for promoting hate speech, The Guardian reveals.
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