Johan Boserup is back at Omnicom Media Group. "Campaign" reveals he has been appointed as the group's Global CEO of Investment. He rejoins Omnicom after six years as global CEO of GroupM Trading.
Mothercare has awarded its creative and strategic account to Mcgarrybowen. The retailer had previously worked with St Luke's on a project-by-project basis, "Campaign" reveals.
Uber is plotting to buy Deliveroo for "several billion dollars", according to "The Times."
The European Commission has given Facebook until the end of the year to make its "T&Cs" clearer so users have a better idea of how their data may be used, "The Guardian" reports.
BuzzFeed has the scoop on the UK government publishing a white paper in the next few months to pave the way for an internet regulator -- which will, among other duties, hold social media platforms liable for the content they publish and insist they use age verification technology to protect young children.
"The Telegraph" is reporting that as tension rise between Spotify and music labels over negotiating streaming contracts, the music site has taken the front foot and is appealing artists to upload their music direct to the site.
Netimperative is reporting on research that claims that in addition to the high flyers one usually associates with watching international television news stations, there is a lower-income audience numbering 112m viewers who are largely left untapped because of advertisers assume the likes of CNN and Bloomberg only attract executives in the highest pay grades.
"Press Gazette" is reporting that the Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright has used a speech to the Royal Television Society to reveal he is not ruling out a levy on the tech giants, including Google and Facebook, which could be used to fund responsible journalism and fund the fight against fake news.
A future Labour government would ban betting companies from advertising during live sports tv shows, "The Guardian" reports.
A French court has upheld two 45,000 Euro fines previously handed out to "Closer" magazine for publishing photographs of the Duchess of Cambridge sunbathing topless, "The Guardian" reveals.