KP Snacks has called a review to consolidate its European media account, "Campaign" reports. Dentsu Aegis' Vizeum holds the account in the UK, while Interpublic has the brief for much of the rest of Europe.
The ASA is offering "Love Island" contestants pre-emptive advice on the influencer opportunities that may come their way. "Campaign" reports the regulator is reminding participants in the show that they must be transparent when they have been paid for a post, preferably through the use of the #ad hashtag.
Ofcom research shows that while those of retirement age watch 33 minutes of tv news every day, 16- to-24-year-olds watch just two, "The Guardian" reports.
Adland has a new Culture Secretary, Nicky Morgan. "Campaign" reminds us that she is one of the few cabinet ministers who voted for the UK to remain in the EU back in 2016, following Boris Johnson setting up a team of ardent Brexiters around him.
It has been on the verge of happening for months, but now the BBC reports the Department of Justice in the US has formally launched an enquiry into the power of the tech giants.
"The Telegraph" claims to have the figures that show we are getting bored with Facebook. It quotes time on the site decreasing this year and being forecast to go down again next year. However, perhaps the most damning chart shows a near 30% decrease in Facebook interactions this year in the UK.
BA's brand image could be tarnished again this summer with the threat of walkouts from pilots. "Sky News" reveals that the airline lost a court case to prevent the pilots from striking and will launch an appeal on Friday. If BA loses the appeal its pilots could go on strike from mid-August onward.
ITV is set to launch a winter version of its huge summer hit on ITV2, "Love Island." "The Guardian" reveals that with ad revenue for the broadcaster having already dipped 5% in the first half of this year, the move is seen as a good way to add new revenue from the winter of 2020 when the second show will broadcast for the first time.
'The Times' and 'The Sunday Times' have been given approval to share editorial resources between what are, for the moment, two newsrooms, "Press Gazette" reports.
A majority of CMOs say they intend to bring more digital marketing functions in-house, but "The Drum" is saying this does not mean the end of the digital agency, because nearly half still expect to put more work the way of agencies in the year ahead.