MAD London Editions for January 2019
MAD London - Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019
Amazon Ad Outlook Upgraded By Billions
Television Advertising's Reach To Drop As Tipping Point Looms
Record Facebook Profits Despite Privacy Concerns
Facebook Users Report Net Negative Usage, Abandonment
IPG Units Project Out-of-Home Only 'Traditional' Medium To Expand Over Next 5 Years
Keith Weed Calls For Adland To Rebuild Trust
Bing Releases Trio Of APIs For Local Search
Mystery Offshore Fund Takes 20% 'Evening Standard' Stake
Talkradio Could Be Sanctioned By Ofcom Over Novichok Phone-In
VR Headsets Forecast To Reach 54M By 2023
MPs Call For Social Media To Better Protect Children
Brands Want Performance, Not Head Count
MAD London - Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019
Gender Gap Lives On In Adland Stereotypes
European Commission Receives 95,100 Data Complaints In Wake Of GDPR
Video Platforms To Merge To Take On Google
Closing The Gap Between Instagram And Facebook Is 'Dangerous'
Reddit Jumps Into Pay Per Click, Performance Advertising
Gmail And Microsoft Office 365 Report Outages
EU Commissioner Blasts Facebook As 'Patchy' On Fake News
TicToc Launches Own Site, Future Includes OTT Streaming
Children's Commissioner Blasts Social Media Sites On Self-Harm Content
GoCompare Seeks Creative Agency
PBS Historian Ensures That It Is Always Sunny In Great Britain
Unilever Looking To Share New Cross-Media Analytics Approach
BBC Rejects Research Suggesting Radio 5 Is Light On News
MAD London - Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019
BuzzFeed London To Lose 17 Journalists
The GDPR Bog: Privacy Slows Up Sales Process, Cisco Study Finds
IAB Tech Lab And Google Criticized In EU By Privacy Advocates
Nick Clegg Vows Facebook Will Take On Fake News Before EU Elections
Facebook Board Has Template To Review Content Standards
LDN Drive Digital Outdoor Network Launches
Brand Social Engagement Improves In 2018, Thanks Mostly To Instagram, Twitter
Flexible Working Offered To All Publicis Groupe Staff
Conde Nast International Debuts 'Vogue Business,' Digital-Only B2B
Facebook Still Top For Teens, But Popularity Is Dipping
Show Goes On, For Alex Salmond
Global Marketing Worth More Than Previously Thought
GDPR Did Not Hold Back The Digital Marketing Tide
MAD London - Monday, Jan. 28, 2019
Sorrell + WPP = No Love Lost
Melania Trump Receives Apology And Damages From 'The Telegraph'
Google May Weaken Ad Blockers, But Too Early For Publishers To Rejoice
'The Guardian' Asks, Is Digital Journalism Doomed?
YouTube Tries To Reduce Spread of 'Borderline Content,' Misinformation
Health Secretary Warns Social Media Giants On Harmful Content
Facebook Builds Strong Team To Tackle Regulation Calls
Contentsquare Raises $60M As Google Ties Search Directly To Content
Publicis Conseil Appoints New Creative Leader
ICO Investigates 'Fraudulent' Deliveroo Orders
UK Ad Growth To Slow From 6% to 4.7% In 2019
Sir Philip Green Drops Gagging Order Against 'The Telegraph'
Aldi Renews Team GB Sponsorship Until 2025
'Too Little Too Late' -- Government Blasts Facebook
MAD London - Friday, Jan. 25, 2019
MullenLowe Group Wins Sennheiser Global Account
Google Tells Some Advertisers It Will Handle Campaign Strategies
YouTube, Instagram Among Most Popular Social Video Platforms For Gen Z, Millennials
ECB Seeks Agency For New Cricket Format
OOH Firm Talon Taps Omnicom Veteran Cupples For Global CEO Role
Lucky Generals Hires First Chief Executive
BBC Considering Brussels Base
Apple Switches Tech Gears, New Shifts Include Machine Learning
BBC Accuses Iceland Of Palm Oil Sidestep
Media Kitchen Opens Shanghai Office
A Data Breach Scorecard: The Top Ten
Google Appeals, Adland Doesn't Hold Its Breath
MAD London - Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019
British Newspapers Stockpile Ink, Paper Pre-Brexit
Google To Challenge 50m Euro French Fine
Facebook End Martin Lewis Scam Ad Case With Donation
AR Company Blippar Rescued From Total Collapse
P&G Embracing Radio, Data Reveals It's Fastest-Growing Among Major Advertisers
Publicis And Channel 4 Agree To Deal
Mail Online Blasts NewsGuard Rating
P&G Has Saved $1 Billion In Adland Costs Over 4 Years
BuzzFeed To Cut 200 Jobs
Brexit Helps BBC Parliament Outperform MTV
Mail Online Fails News Test -- Will More Follow?
MAD London - Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019
Influencers Finally Threatened With The Big Guns
Influencers Vow To Label Sponsored Posts
Google Considers Pulling News Service From Search Engine In Europe
Publicis Worldwide Takes 2018 Creative Agency Global Pitch Crown
Netflix Comes Second, Aldi Retains YouGov Top Spot
Amazon Remains World's Most Valuable Brand, Facebook Holds On To No. 7 Despite Backlash
Unilever's Pukka Herbs Hires Gravity Road
Starcom Wins McDonald's Russia
New Business Revenues Up 7% Globally
Narvar Acquires French Post-Purchase Startup Kronos Care
Grey Poland's Boss Named Chief Exec Of Grey London
Gen Z To Dominate Online Sales By 2020?
'Entertainment Daily' Owner To Float
MAD London - Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019
Google Fined $57 Million Over GDPR Violations
Facebook Community Journalist Scheme Begins Recruiting
'BuzzFeed UK' Editor Janine Gibson Steps Down
IAB UK Launches 'Transparency FAQs' Hub
MPs Tell Govt And Social Giants To Protect The Disabled
Holding Company of the Year: Omnicom
Simon Mayo Moves To New Classical Radio Station, Scala
Consumer Trust High In Tech, Traditional Media And Search
Netflix Would Lose 57% Of Brits If It Ran Ads
Another Former IPG Media Exec Signs On With Dentsu Aegis
Kantar Chief Recovering After Being Stabbed
Yandex Leads Google In Russia Based On Language Translation
Amazon Top Tech Spender: $13.6B In 2018
Chris Evans Begins Ad-Free Virgin Radio Breakfast Show
Dear Tech Giants -- 50m Euro Fines Is Just The Start
MAD London - Monday, Jan. 21, 2019
That Gillette Ad -- Now For The 'Science Bit'
Virgin Media Calls Ad Review
Privacy Group Accuses Eight Tech Firms Of GDPR Violations
Facebook Could Face Large Fine Over Cambridge Analytica
Rupert Murdoch Wants To Pool Resources At 'The Times' And 'The Sunday Times'
Media Stocks See Uptick In 2019, But Many Down Y-O-Y
France Claims It Will Press Ahead With 5% Tech Giant Tax
Microsoft Quietly Ends Support For Windows 10 Mobile -- Now What?
Chris Evans Begins Ad-Free Virgin Radio Breakfast Show
British Tech Growth Slows To Three-Year Low
Austrian Campaigner Files GDPR Lawsuits Against Tech Giants
MAD London - Friday, Jan. 18, 2019
Netflix And Digital Natives Have Bad News For ITV
Netflix Posts $16B Revenues For 2018, Records Subscriber Growth
P&G Media Reshuffle Shows In-Housing Still On Table
Direct Line Group Retains MediaCom
Craigslist Breaks $1 Billion Mark
Microsoft Inks New Verizon Media Deal To Serve All Search Ads
Netflix Adds Subscribers But Sees Its Stock Fall
Microsoft Bing Search, Advertising Teams Binge On Automation
ITV Shares Fall 6% As Analysts Warn Of Netflix Impact
Brossard Joining Sid Lee Paris As Chairman, Europe
TfL Credits Outdoor Success To Digital Screens
YouTube Bans Advertising On Tommy Robinson's Page
News UK To Merge Print And Digital Sales Teams
Amazon Alexa Temporary Outage Reported
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