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    Commuters want the news, tv advertisers want commuters. This outdoor match is made in heaven
  • Westminster Attack Highlights Social Media's Citizen Journalism Role
    When the police tape goes down, we're left initially looking to Twitter for citizen reporting to unravel events.
  • Digital Sales Tax Has To Be Looked At To Save The High Street
    House of Fraser shows the high street needs a more level playing field with e-commerce operators.
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  • Ads.txt Protects Three In Four Video Ads At 'The Guardian'
    Ever wondered what would happen if you turned ads.txt off? "The Guardian" did. The results were alarming.
  • Are London's Cabbies Really Going To Sue Uber For A Billion Pounds?
    If so, under what grounds? Today's leak looks like a warning shot rather than a full legal battle.
  • Public Are Right To Side With Sir Cliff Richard Against The BBC
    The British public has got this privacy case right -- the British press is wrong.
  • We Have A Floor For Viewability -- Do We Need A Ceiling Too?
    As we move toward meaningful time-in-view metrics, we may need a maximum as well as a minimum metric.
  • 96% Of Marketers Show Why Influencer Marketing Needs Cleaning Up
    65% of advertisers will invest more in the channel this year, yet 96% fear they are buying fake followers.
  • UK Streamers Overtake Pay Services, Expect TV Ad Spending To Suffer
    The UK has reached a tipping point and TV ad revenues could be the first victim.
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