MAD London Editions for June 2017
MAD London - Friday, June 30, 2017
Are Uber And Deliveroo Building Gig Economy Castles In The Air?
WPP Slowly Brings IT Systems Back Online After Attack
Germany Launches Huge Fines For Illegal Content On Social
Wimbledon Serves Up AI With IBM
Instagram To Filter Out The Trolls
Facebook Begins Release Of Interactive Metrics Series
Government Accused Of Doing Too Little To Tackle Online Fraud
3rd-Party Facebook Ad-Ops Developer Hits $1 Billion Run Rate
Rules Get Tighter On 'Junk Food' Advertising
Trinity Mirror Warns Phone Hack Costs Are Up, Print Revenue Down
'SEO: The Movie' Makes Number One Spot For 'SEO' Searches
Online Advertising Extends Its Lead Over TV In Europe
MAD London - Thursday, June 29, 2017
Digital Media Forces Consumers To Drop Faith In Brands
Global Report Finds Media Quality Impacted By Brand Safety Issues, Ad Fraud
Murdoch's Bid For Full Sky Control Likely To Be Sent To Competition Authorities
MRC's YouTube Audit Takes Aim At Brand Safety Woes
Ocado Trials Self-Driving Delivery Van
Brits Associate Fake News With Advertising
Under-Screen Fingerprint Reader Unveiled
BT Named As The TV And Broadband Provider Most Complained About
Johnny Walker Appoints R/GA London To Digital Brief
Honda Seeks A European Creative Agency
Google Fine: The EU Is Wrong
MAD London - Wednesday, June 28, 2017
WPP Still Struggling To Normalize Operations After Cyber Attack
The Times Rails Against 'Google And Co'
Google Fined $2.7B By EU; Not All Agree With Penalty
Sorrell Assures Staff WPP Is Unaffected By Ransomware Attack
Marketers Are Not Yet Ready For GDPR: Experian Study
'Guardian' Calls For Sky Takeover To Be Referred To Competition Authorities
Wimbledon Unveils 'Fred' The Chatbot
At Cannes, LGBT, Racial Diversity Content Falls To The Fringe
Sky Sports To Become Cheaper Through Themed Channels
BT Launches Digital Out-Of-Home Screens
BBC Talks To Those For And Against The Record Google Fine
MediaCom Handed PSA Group's Global Media Account
Europe's Moral Compass Is Turning Against Facebook And Google
MAD London - Tuesday, June 27, 2017
John Lewis Creative Pulls Heartstrings To Move Goods
Google Hit With Record $2.7 Billion EU Fine
Amazon Proving Sorrell's Prediction: It Will Rival Google In Ad Revenue
Is Facebook Planning To Do A Netflix?
Silicon Valley Launches New Anti-Terrorist Initiative
Cadbury's Picks VCCP In The UK
WPP Agency Consolidation Continues
Where's The Creativity and Strategy? Marketers Feel Rushed Into Video
Could Sainsbury's Perform A Historic Media U-Turn?
Parts Of London Suffer From Broadband Speeds Below National Average
Weak Passwords Let Hackers Steal 90 Parliamentary Credentials
'Telegraph' Predicts Record EU Fine For Google
EU To Google -- Stop Doing Evil!
MAD London - Monday, June 26, 2017
Grocery Chain Told To Revise YouTube And Print Ads
Cannes Asks Adland, What Next?
'The Telegraph' Named Most Popular Quality Newspaper Online And In Print
Every Grand Prix Winner At Cannes Listed By Campaign
Repermissioning Is The New Norm -- Top Lawyer Tells All On GDPR
49% Of UK Media Consumption To Be Digital In 2017
Can Facebook Socialize A Global Community?
Crunch Week For Murdoch's Sky Bid
McDonald's Launches Home Delivery Trial
L'Oreal Is Gearing Up For Voice Search
Gmail To Stop Scanning Emails For Targeted Ads
Voice Search Makes Mobile Context Key -- It's Position One, Or Nothing
MAD London - Friday, June 23, 2017
Unilever's Weed Named Forbes' Most Influential CMO
Time Inc Considers More Than 100 London Journalist Redundancies
YouTube Introduces New Immersive Virtual Reality Format, VR180, At VidCon
Facebook To Train Groups To Spot Extremism
Audience Is King And Other Musings From Sorrell-Howard-Kraft Cannes Talk
WPP, Unilever Invest $15 Million In Celtra
Amazon Wardrobe Clothes Shopping Service Being Trialled
Apple News Gives Publishers (A Bit) More Demographic Data
Russian Hackers Steal Cabinet Members' Passwords
'Man On The Moon,' 'This Girl' Can Shortlisted For Awards
First Pride In London LGBT Tv Campaign Debuts Tomorrow
Exports Soar To 29-Year High As Pound Weakens, CBI Reports
FA Cuts Sponsorship Ties With Betting Companies
Microsoft Emerging As Unlikely AI Leader
Perfect Storm -- Brexit And Cost-Conscious Brands Slow Down Ad Growth
MAD London - Thursday, June 22, 2017
OMD Worldwide Named Media Network Of The Year At Cannes
Spotify Claims A 25% Improvement On Ad Performance
Gender Inequality Talk Takes Center Stage At Cannes
GroupM Ad Spend Growth Downgraded From 7% To 4%
Smartwatches To Drive Wearables Market To Almost Double
Nike Project Bags London The UK's Only Design Gold At Cannes
Mozilla Rolls Out Android Browser That Blocks Tracking
First Customer Review Doubles Clicks On Amazon
BA's Customer Experience Director Departs
Tesco Chairman Warns Immigration Caps Could Be Bad For Business
British IPhone Chip Maker Up For Sale After Apple Row
Reviews Are Great For Ratings -- But What About Improving CX?
MAD London - Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Queen's Speech: No Trump, But Levies On Facebook And Google Get Green Light
Unilever's Weed On Viewability, Fraud And What Hellmann's Mayonnaise Sounds Like
P&G Is Halfway Through Its Transparency Overhaul
Publicis Groupe Takes AI-Powered Assistant In-House For Its 80,000 Employees
WPP Brings Salmon and Wunderman Together
Why L'Oreal Paris Tweeked Its Iconic Tagline
Unilever's Keith Weed Says Marketers Must Share Brand Safety Blame
Former DDB Chief Sets Up Independent Collective
Unilever Tackles Diversity With The Unstereotype Alliance
Netflix Animations Let Kids Say What Happens Next
Publicis Groupe To Forego Cannes Next Year. Yeah Right!
UK Backs Down On Brexit Talks
MAD London - Tuesday, June 20, 2017
Are You Simple Enough To Ride The MCommerce Wave?
More Agency Consolidation At WPP: Mindshare Absorbs Ogilvy's Neo
EU Considers End-To-End Encryption With No Back Door
Adland's Diversity Problem Revisited At Cannes (Again)
Is Vodafone Right? Is Whitelisting The Answer?
Global Pay TV Revenues Slow
Publicis London Gets On 4 Cannes Shortlists With Jose Mourinho Campaign
Mobile Video Click Fraud Jumped Nearly 3x In First Four Months Of '17
Adam & Eve/DDB Wins With Skittles "Give The Rainbow"
Oxford Researchers Show Widespread Political Misuse Of Twitter
The Sun Uses Cashback App To Learn More About Print Readers
MAD London - Monday, June 19, 2017
Zenith Downgrades Global, NA, Ad Growth Outlook
Google Expecting $1.5B Fine From EU
WPP To Merge Neo@Ogilvy In To Mindshare
Trade Press Lands Bombshell In Wake Of UK Fire
Amazon Moves Past Digital, Buys Whole Foods For $13.7B
Teens Switch To On Demand Smartphone TV
Google Takes Further Steps To Protect Brands From Extremist Content, Ahead Of Vidcon
Mothers Spend Most Online Time On A Smartphone
Weber Shandwick Is The Only UK Agency On Glass Lion Shortlist
YouTube Enlists Charities In The Fight Against Extremism
Concern Over Computer Science GCSE Uptake
Teens And Millennials Are Killing Off The Blogger With Vloggers And Netflix
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