MAD London Editions for June 2018
MAD London - Friday, June 29, 2018
Social Giants Manipulate Users Into Giving Up Privacy: Norwegian Study
Vodafone Takes Media Buying In-House
Amazon Adds Voice To Alexa iOS Mobile App
WPP Launches 'Leaker' Probe
Co-op Reviews Its Media Account
Google Reports Less Than 1% Of Websites Visited In 2017 Were Filled With Spam
Study Finds Third Of Creative/Media Reviews Consolidated In Holding Cos.
Criteo Opens Up EUR20m AI Research Centre
Local Press Is Essential To Democracy, 'Telegraph' Warns
Uber Wins London License, Avoids Ban
One In Four Sexually Harassed During Their Marketing Career
Newsrooms Come Together For New Apprenticeship Scheme
Augmented Reality Meets Revenue Reality
How To Manage Data -- And GDPR Compliance
Is Facebook Facing Another Security Snafu?
A Month On And GDPR Really Is A Damp Squib
MAD London - Thursday, June 28, 2018
World Cup Being Won By Builders, Betting, Beer And Ronaldo
World Cup Ups Usage Of Streaming Video Platforms
John Lewis And Waitrose Rebrand
Carat Taps Accenture Veteran As Next Global President
Hotel Booking Sites Told To Reform
Aviva Appoints Be Heard As Lead Digital Agency
Google And Facebook Push Users To Cede Privacy, Advocates Say
Public Privacy Complaints Soar In First Month Of GDPR
When It Rains It Pours At Bollore Group
Direct Line Calls Below The Line Review
Without Exposure, Viewability Is Flawed
Labour MP Calls For Social Giants To Take Down Extremism Within 24 Hours
How GDPR Affects Email Marketers
MAD London - Wednesday, June 27, 2018
GDPR Fallout -- Full Transparency Doesn't Pay With Cautious Consumers
UK DMA To Use OneTrust For GDPR Compliance
Cryptocurrency Ads To Run On Facebook
BBC Scotland Gets The Green Light From Ofcom
Agencies Say Programmatic Has Been Re-Integrated With Conventional Media-Buying Groups
Uber Wins A Probationary 15-Month London Licence
Tanqueray Gin On The Lookout For A New Creative Agency
Instagram Buy Returns Big Rewards For Facebook
Oath Appoints New UK Managing Director
Nearly Half Of Brits Buy Gift Cards For Own Use
Ronalda And Messi Square Up In The Social World Cup League Table
EU Readers Still Barred From Some US Newspapers Over GDPR
Why GDPR May Be A Boon For Brands
MAD London - Tuesday, June 26, 2018
JFK Unsilenced Shows Consultancies Can Marry Creative And Data
Social Media Companies Must Reveal Who's Paying For Political Ads
Calling Brussels: What Is Happening With GDPR?
Google URL Inspection Tool Shows Marketers What The Search Engine Sees
Uber Says London Ban Was Right, It Has Now 'Grown Up'
Native Video Is Starting To Kill Off Intrusive Pre-Rolls
Accenture Bringing Back JFK's Voice Was A Warning At Cannes To Rivals
AI To Help Shape The Wimbledon Highlights Package
Smart Speakers Meet The Trust Issue
What Will Sorrell Do With S4C?
Kodish Departs Publicis Groupe
ISBA Vows To Fight 9pm Junk Food Watershed
MAD London - Monday, June 25, 2018
Is Uber About To Have Its 'Uber Moment'?
Unilever's Weed On Top of 'Forbes' Top 50 CMOs List; Women Take 26 Spots
Hedge Funds Take A Billion-Pound Bet Against WPP
WPP Selling Shares In Globant
Uber Begins Its Appeal Against London Ban
Omnicom Dominates Cannes, Again
As Publicis Groupe 'Pauses,' It Wins 2 Grand Prix, Titanium Lion
Center For Blockchain Research Focused On Building Best Practices
Vice UK MD Leaves And Will Not Be Replaced
Vodafone Announces 5G Trials In Seven UK Cities
A Different Cannes Lions Festival This Year
Facebook Launches A Business Magazine In The UK
All The Grand Prix Winners In One Place
GDPR Spells Transparency And Opportunity: Opinion
MAD London - Friday, June 22, 2018
Netflix Makes GBP500m, Pays No Tax, Gets A Tax Rebate Instead
MediaCom Clinches Media Grand Prix, Media Network Of The Year Honors At Cannes
Sorrell Wants His Investigation Investigated
Sorrell, Auletta Duke It Out In Cannes
Microsoft Bing Launches Visual Search On Android, iOS
MediaCom Names Media Network Of The Year At Cannes
SeeHer, Project YouDoYou Announce New Initiatives At Cannes
'Nothing Beats A Londoner' Wins Social And Influencer Grand Prix
'Telegraph' Joins European and US Publications To Investigate Big Data Abuses
Study: Programmatic Works Best For Publishers On Multiplatforms
500 Million Reasons To Give Netflix The Thumbs Down
MAD London - Thursday, June 21, 2018
UK Newspapers Take The Fight To Google And Facebook
Sorrell: Read And Scott Have The Right Stuff To Succeed Him
HSBC Calls A Social Review
Havas Group Unveils Part II Of Its 'Together' Strategy
EU Committee Backs Controversial New Meme Law
Newspapers Take On Facebook And Google With Joint Ad Platform
YouTube Launching 'Creative Suite' For Brands
British Telecommunications Fined For Sending Charity Emails
Reach Bid For Express Newspapers Approved
Facebook To Launch Paid-For Groups Option
Unilever's Weed Raises 'Voice,' Explains Bots Don't Eat Mayonnaise
How GDPR Will Affect The Blockchain Industry
Blockchain Can Cut Up To 30% Off Beer Advertising For AB InBev
London Shops Get Fit For Chance To Build Rwandan School
MAD London - Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Brexit? What Brexit? GroupM Declares UK Fastest-Growing Global Ad Market
GroupM Upgrades 2018 Spending Forecast
P&G's Marc Pritchard Reminds Cannes To Cut Digital Marketing 'Waste'
Dentsu To Cannes: We Think Up AI, Therefore We Are
Disney Vows To Run Sky News For 15 Years With GBP100m Annual Funding
Can A Blockchain Platform Restore Trust In Media Buying?
NSPCC Boss Claims Social Media Companies Act Like Drugs Barons To Children
EU Set To Vote On Far-Reaching Copyright Law
Soccer's World Cup Is Great TV
Connected TV Fastest-Growing Platform For YouTube
Campaigners Fight Potential Meme Ban With More Memes
AMV BBDO Wins Design Grand Prix For 'Trash Isles' Campaign
KFC's Apology For Food Shortages Wins Print Gold At Cannes
Daily Mail Poaches Fox's Editor In Chief For MailOnline
UK Leading #DeleteFacebook Movement
MAD London - Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Unilever's Keith Weed Is Right To Call Time On Crooked Influencers
Unilever's Weed: 'Trust Is Everything For A Brand'
Audi In Crisis Mode As CEO Arrested
Debit Card Payments Overtake Cash For The First Time
A Lighter, Tighter, More Purposeful Cannes Lions Festival
CMOs Who Embrace Data Informing Creative See Revenue Gains
Brits Prefer Smartphones To Glasses For AR
Email Security Firm Tessian Raises $13 Million
UK Leading #DeleteFacebook Movement
Film And A New Language Win Health Grand Prix Awards At Cannes
BBC Starts Employing Broadcast Journalists For New BBC Scotland Channel
Journalists Believe Public's Trust In Traditional Media Is Declining
Daily Mail Poaches Fox's Editor In Chief For MailOnline
MAD London - Monday, June 18, 2018
Did NAFTA Just Save FIFA And The World Cup?
Unilever Bans Influencers Who Buy Followers
Unilever Bans Follower-Buying Influencers
Zenith: Mobile Advertising To Overtake TV By 2021
Audi Boss Arrested Over 'Dieselgate'
Scandal Not Deterring Sir Martin From Taking The Stage At Cannes
Nine In Ten Want Fake News Action At Facebook And Google
Gaming Addiction Now Treatable On The NHS
FIFA World Cup Most Avid Fans: Hispanics
Comcast's Bid For Sky Cleared By European Commission
Despite Scandals, World Cup Remains Marketers' Draw
Cannes Lions Entries Down By A Fifth
FIFA World Cup Set To Score In Marketing, Merchandise
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