BT has got the quad play green light as Sky readies a "fluid" tv launch. One bill for all or movies and sport in study?
Marketers' confidence is down but if interest rate rises are gradual, the Olympics and Euro 2016 might just prove to be what the adman ordered.
Research showing a disconnect between tech and marketers is one thing, but in a mobile-first world, will programmatic display transition anyway?
A Disney wearable could transform gaming and activities for kids -- like a Wii Fit for children.
FA can't compete with the Premier League on money, so marketing success has to be spreading good news on facilities and participation.
Public opinion is changing -- and there is a whole new type of drinker out there waiting for the beer giants to serve them better options.
Nestle has already there and Mondelez and Unilever are likely to follow. Who stands to gain or lose when brands go direct?
Moving from GBP30 online subscriptions to freemium's nickles and dimes is clearly taking its toll on Moshi Monster creator, Mind Candy.
Have they been drinking too much of their own product? Can you see any point in Carling's January shirt swap campaign?
There's still some consumer life out there, although it is January, according to eBay Advertising's latest research.
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