MAD London Editions for June 2017
MAD London - Friday, June 16, 2017
Cannes Lions Tells Creatives They Just Became Experience Curators
Facebook Addresses Terrorism, Utilizes AI For Quick Identification
WSJ Complains To EC Over Google Search Drop
Dentsu Aegis Buys The Customer Framework
People Who Block Ads Are Big On Search, Social, Less Likely To Follow Rules
IAB Tech Lab Opens Header Bidding Standard For Public Comment
MEC UK Chief Will Run A Merged MEC and Maxus
Facebook, Deloitte Digital Form Partnership, Help Brands 'Become' Digital
Sky And Virgin Offer One-Stop VOD Shop
North Korea Named As NHS Cyber Attack Source
Media Marketers Are The Most Confident
A Good Election For The Sun And The Independent
MAD London - Thursday, June 15, 2017
Why Google And Apple Deserve Praise For Saving The Ad Industry From Itself
Dentsu Aegis Second Big Shop To Downgrade 2017 Ad Expansion
UK Ad Spend Growth To Narrow, Then Rebound In 2018
Telegraph's Chief Executive Steps Down
Sadoun Moves Quickly To Put His Stamp On Publicis Groupe
Facebook Becoming More Transparent With Marketers' Ad Placement
Starbucks On The Hunt For EU Creative Agency
Dozens Of UK Yahoo Staff Laid Off As Verizon Takes Over
Jaguar Enlists Tennis Champ For XF Sportbrake Reveal
EU Workers Set To Leave Before Brexit
Mondelez Procurement Boss Says They Need To Trust Marketers
EU Rules The Pirate Bay Is Responsible For Copyright Infringements
MAD London - Wednesday, June 14, 2017
'Guardian' Confirms Tabloid Shift
Yahoo Completes Sale Of Business To Verizon
IPG's Magna Slashes 2017 Ad Expansion: Cites 'Slowdown,' Weak Economic Indicators
Hello Says Goodbye, Londoner's Massive Kickstarter Hit Closes
Snap Partners With Factual To Dig Deeper Into Location Data
Messenger Chatbot Launched For London Transport Enquiries
IAB Issues New Mobile Marketing Guidelines, Tackles Cross-Device Targeting
Cinema To Be Overtaken By Streamers In 2020
Uber Launches First UK TV Spot As Its CEO Takes Leave Of Absence
BT's Ryan Reynolds Ad Banned For Unproven Claims
Why Marketing Is Too Important For Procurement To Ruin
MAD London - Tuesday, June 13, 2017
May Meets Macron To Talk Tech Fines For Extremism
Snap Launches Ad Manager, Touts Auction Buying
Labour Won The Social Media Election, Tory Focus Was Too Narrow
Google's Parent Alphabet Agrees To Sell Robotics Company To SoftBank
Labour Asks If Murdoch Influenced Gove's Cabinet Appointment
Report Finds Trust Lacking In Media Agency-Client Relationships
Is Theresa May's Digital Charter Idea At Risk?
Digital Media Stocks Take A Hit
EU Gets More Mobile As Roaming Charges Dropped
Is Rugby Ready For U.S.-Style Marketing?
Social Targeting's Always Right, But It's The Message That Counts
MAD London - Monday, June 12, 2017
The Guardian To Go Tabloid?
Snapchat's Growth Dips As Competitive Pressures Mount
X Box X Out For Christmas, Priced At GBP449
Google Extends Its Entry Into Header Bidding
Twitter Video Ads Get High Relevancy Scores In Test With IPG
Election Results Show The Need For Authentic Millennial Engagement
BlueVenn, Inka Solutions Partner To Enhance Marketing For News Media
Adland Calls On The Government To Drop Hard Brexit
Majority Of ESports Players Are Female
Business Confidence Drops After The Election
Jaguar Invests $25m In Uber Rival Lyft
Is Section 40 Media Control Back On The Table?
Millennials Are All About Experience -- Election Proves Marketers Right
MAD London - Friday, June 9, 2017
UK Election Cheer For Adland As Hard Brexit Rejected
Census Advertising: Dentsu Rolls Out New Platform With Info On Just About Everyone
Talking Advanced TV in Europe
Marketers Worried By "Corrupted" Media Metrics
Where Does It Hurt? New AI Platform Can Help Assess Your Ailments
EU Working On Stronger Social And Messaging Interception Powers
Searches For Conservative Manifesto Spiked As Polls Prepared To Close
Facebook Strikes Back At Marketers Suing Over Inflated Video Metrics
Twitter Urges Court To Reject Bid To Revive Lawsuit Over ISIS Attack
Millennials Hooked On Social
Digital Grocery Sales To Boom In The UK
Brands To Retain More Control And Work With Fewer Agencies
Ad-Blocking Providers Aren't Concerned About Google's Plans
The Ad Industry Has 'Poisoned' Programmatic
MAD London - Thursday, June 8, 2017
With New Pay Plan In Place, Fewer Shareholders Protest At WPP Meeting
What's To Be Done About Terror And The Tech Giants?
WPP Shareholders Want A Post-Sorrell Plan
Google, Facebook, Microsoft Spent Hundreds Of Millions To Advertise In 2016
Parties Ditch YouTube Over Extremism
Theresa May Once Opposed Increasing Email Interception Powers
Facebook Enhances Mobile Ads With New Canvas Features
Posnanski To Helm Accenture's Global Digital Content Team
Greg Gianforte Apologises For Assaulting 'Guardian' Journalist
Droga5 Wins Bowers & Wilkins
VCCP Are Kings Of The Pitch, Again
Green Party Has The Best Site
US Tech Giants Will Find UK Far Tougher After Election
MAD London - Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Adland Can Rejoice As Ad-Blocking Rates Flatten Out
Vivendi-Havas Combination Moves A Step Forward
Sir Martin Sorrell Names Alexa As A Challenger To Adland
Apple Already Helps UK On Extremism, Tim Cook Claims
Snap Buys Placed, Ups Brand Marketing Options
Media Agencies Opt, Cautiously, For DMP Use
Find Out What The Parties Have Planned For The Creative Industries
Daily Newspapers Attack Corbyn In Support Of Theresa May
Vodafone Moves To A Whitelist To Duck Fake News And Hate
Are Publishers Realizing Facebook Isn't Working For Them?
MAD London - Tuesday, June 6, 2017
Apple's Safari Browser Will Block Auto-Play Videos
Apple HomePod In The UK For Christmas -- Expect To Pay GBP349
The Drum Calls Out YouGov 'Polls'
2 Million VR, AR Headsets Shipped Last Quarter
PPC Spend Shows Conservatives Target Brexit, Labour The 'Dementia Tax'
Brits Are Increasing Spend On Experience, Cutting Back On Retail
Sunday Newspapers Overwhelmingly Support Theresa May
Vertical Video Turns Heads On Social Platforms, Mobile Devices
Channel 4 Appoints Its First Female Chief Executive
Email Marketing Crowned ROI King, Beats Social -- Again
Experience Economy Is Here! Brits Swap 'Stuff' For Dates And Movies
MAD London - Monday, June 5, 2017
#DancingPoliceman Embodies One Love Manchester Concert
Sadoun: Publicis Will Become A Dynamic 'Platform'
'Like A Girl' Campaign, European Soccer Style
Google To Ban Bad Ads
Snap Expands Hardware, Sells Spectacles In Europe
How The Papers Reacted To The London Bridge Attack
Lego Puts Global Media Assignment Up For Review
Sorrell To Face Another Shareholder Revolt Over Pay
Facebook Defends Itself Over Extremism Comments By Theresa May
Kelkoo Sues Google Over Search Monopoly
#DancingPoliceman Made Us LOL, The London Bridge Attack Makes Us Choose A Leader
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