Lazy assumptions about over 55s and mobile could see marketers miss out on a key demographic.
As trust in the channel wanes, budget is shifting to "micro" influencers who are more authentic.
Oxford University researchers have shown that screen time and social media cause virtually no happiness issues for most kids.
As Apple launches its new entertainment services, an EU antitrust investigation is the last thing it needs.
Privacy, harmful content, fake news and political advertising concerns mean that Brits trust social media less than any "major" country.
If you can't explain to customers why the "computer said no," you may need an algorithm rethink.
Digital advertising is growing -- but it's not enough to make up for the massive losses in print ad revenues.