MAD London Editions for March 2019
MAD London - Friday, March 22, 2019
MP Says Facebook Has 'Misled' Investigators On Cambridge Analytica
Wunderman Thompson's UK Leadership Team Revealed
Facebook's Latest Security Breach: User Passwords Exposed To Employees
Brits 'Broke The Internet' Petitioning The PM To Cancel Brexit
GDPR Has Not Helped Firms Protect Data: Studies
Amazon To Push Video Ads Triggered By Search Queries
Global Theatrical Box Office Revenues Hit $41.1 Billion
Mindshare Taps Vizeum For Next CEO
Data Verification Company Picks Havas Industry Veteran For Americas President
Newsquest Gets Google Money To Develop Citizen Journalism Platform
Wunderman Thompson New Management Team Unveiled
Do We Really Want Brands To Be Our Friends?
MAD London - Thursday, March 21, 2019
Management Reshuffle At Publicis Groupe, DAN London Shops
UK TV Ad Spending Stable In 2018 At GBP5.11bn
25 Million Britons Access A News Brand Every Day
Havas Media Bolsters Global Strategy Team With Nike, Sopexa Talent
WHO Asks Government To Enforce Tobacco Ad Ban
What Does It Take To Launch A New York Office?
GDPR Gets Mixed Reviews At London Panel
Apple's Cardiff Chip Supplier Sees Profits Halve
Has The EU Just Got It In For Google?
Apple Connects Siri To AirPods
App Retargeting Biz Soars For Google, Facebook
MAD London - Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Is Instagram Turning Influencers Into Affiliates?
Sorrell Takes A Swipe At WPP's New Direction
Google EU Fine Of $1.7 Billion Related To AdSense
Marketers Face Double Whammy: GDPR and the E-Privacy Directive
Instagram Launches In-App Shopping
Three Hunts For First CRM Agency
GroupM, 614 Group Announce Brand Safety Partnership
EU Websites Are Not Compliant With GDPR: Report
BBC Considers Local Journalism Charity
News Brands Increase Their Reach, Mostly
London Mayor Says Creatives Would Be Vital In People's Vote
Ocean Outdoor Revenues Up 15%, Expect More M&A
Tesco's Calls On Publishers To Include Brand Safety
MAD London - Tuesday, March 19, 2019
NZ Terror Video Makes Internet Regulation Certain
Private Equity Firms Reportedly Begin Kantar Talks
Facebook Responds To New Zealand Terror Attack Criticism
GroupM Advises 'Media-Focused' Marketers To Heed Martech
UK Digital Minister Concerned By NZ Attack Streaming
UK Ad Services Exports Rocketed 18% In 2017
Programmatic Fraud Expands, Especially In Big English-Language Markets
Sorrell Has Two More Deals In The Pipeline
S4 Reports Revenue, Profit Growth For 2018
Academic Sues Facebook Over Cambridge Analytica
French Journalists Seek To Stop Czech Billionaire From Controlling 'Le Monde'
'The Telegraph' Launches Women's Sports Section
Five Ways AI Can Help Marketing
MAD London - Monday, March 18, 2019
WPP Research Unit Consolidates Under Single Unified Brand Name: Kantar
Google Expected To Be Fined By EU On Lack Of Search Competition
S4C Posts GBP20.1m Pre-Tax Profit
NBCU, Sky AdSmart Team For Addressable Advertising
Google Boss Says Privacy Means Doing 'More With Less'
Accenture Interactive Acquires Netherlands' Storm Digital
Facebook Removes Videos Of New Zealand Mosque Attack
Mother USA Taps Up Mother London Staff With Humorous Letter
News UK Launches Influencer Agency
Comic Relief Viewers And Donations Drop
WPP Consolidates Kantar Names Into One Brand
MPs Call For Social Giants To Protect And Pay Tax
BBC Chair Laments Regulation Is Not Fit For Netflix Age
Firms Lagged In Reporting Data Breaches Prior to GDPR: Report
This Show Is Brought To You By A... Salad?
MAD London - Friday, March 15, 2019
Is Apple Set For A Google-Sized EU Fine?
YouTube Brand Safety Blowback Appears Short-Lived
WPP Pays Sir Martin Sorrell GBP2m Bonus
Snap's Stock Rises On Expected Ad Revenues
Nine Months Into GDPR, Authorities Have Handed Out EUR56 million
Facebook Must Be Accountable To Regulators For Outage, Professor Says
Michael Jackson Ads To Be Removed From London Buses
Barclays Retains BBH
British Airways, 'The New Yorker' Target Empty Nesters
Innovid Taps Markus As CCO, Whittingham To Lead EMEA Region
Dutch Data Authority Debuts EU's First GDPR Fining Policy
Lobby Group Reminds UK Of Tech Giants' Contribution
Tyrells, Popchips And KP Nuts Ad Accounts Placed Under Review
Mirror Titles Suffer Double-Digit Circulation Declines
MAD London - Thursday, March 14, 2019
Google, Facebook Warned A CMA Probe Is In The Post
Spotify Wants EU To Investigate Apple's Music Streaming Practices
Chancellor Asks The CMA To Investigate Digital Advertising
ISBA Warns Of Financial Hit From Brexit Uncertainty
IAB Tech Lab Releases Final Version Of App-Ads.Txt
Adthena Locks In $14 Million In Venture Capital Funding
Google Blocked 2.3 Billion Bad Ads Last Year
Google Terminated Nearly 1 Million Bad Advertiser Accounts, 2.3 Billion Ads In 2018
Netflix Allowed To Set Own Age Limits
Philippa Brown Announced Advertising Association Chair
Vodafone Saves 10% To 15% In-Housing Media
Facebook Data Deals Under Criminal Probe
MAD London - Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Data Portability -- Another Tech Giant GDPR Fail?
Facebook Revamps, Provides 3 New Relevance Metrics
Unilever In-Housing Saves 500m Euros
Microsoft Executive Joins WPP Board
Sky Bet Banned For Being Socially Irresponsible
Lords To Investigate Streaming's Impact On Public Service Channels
Google Smart Targeting Serves Ads Based On Propensity To Spend In Apps
Facebook Restores Sen. Warren's 'Breakup' Ads
UK Firms Took 21 Days to Report Data Breaches Before GDPR: Report
Brexit Leave Tweets Supported By Twitter Bots
BBC Investigated Over Fair Pay
Mass-Market Women The Most Important Demographic
Curb Tech Giants' Data Power, The Treasury Is Told
Streaming Is Up, As Is Watching Traditional Channels' Content
MAD London - Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Did 1 in 5 Millennials Just Ditch Linear TV Ads?
Millennials Watch A Fifth Fewer Linear TV Ads
'BuzzFeed' Focuses On New Revenue Streams, Social Media
AI Spending Projected To Reach $35.8 Billion This Year; Retail Leads
Publishers Urge MEPs To Pass EU Copyright Directive
MediaCom: Most Media Award-Winning Network, Shop, And Campaigns In 2018
Droga5 London Wins Go Compare Creative Brief
Former GroupM Chief Founds New Shop: C2Next Focuses On Search, Performance
Tim Berners-Lee Warns Of 'Nastiness And Misinformation' Spreading
Salmon Becomes Wunderman Thompson Commerce
London City Airport Rebrand Reflects Its Central Location
MAD London - Monday, March 11, 2019
Kantar Goes 'Self-Serve,' New Marketplace Taps Long-Tail Research Demand
Hard Brexit Campaign Group Is Facebook's Biggest Political Advertiser
12% Of Smartphone Users In U.K. Would Switch To 5G
MediaCom Appoints First ECD
Virgin Media Picks Adam & Eve/DDB
'Cookie Walls' Outlawed By Dutch Privacy Officials
Nick Clegg Warns Regulation Threatens Facebook Model
Lords Tell The Government To Regulate The Internet
The Queen Posts First Photograph To Instagram
Hard Brexit Group Show Facebook Political Ad Rules Need Work
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