MAD London Editions for April 2019
MAD London - Monday, April 29, 2019
Toyota Decides On CRM And Transformation Brief
Spotify Passes 100 Million Premium Subscribers
Bing Ads Becomes 'Microsoft Advertising,' Rolls Out New Products
IAB Tech Lab Launches New GDPR Guidance
YouTube Influencers Finding New Challenges
London Live TV Station To Be Sold Off
Marketers To Average $18M On Digital Video This Year
Behind The Scenes At Facebook's Moderation Centre
Samaritans To Assist Tech Giants In Reducing Harmful Content
Agencies Look To Parental Leave Neutrality To Boost Diversity
Spotify's Music Success Shines A Light On Podcasts
MAD London - Friday, April 26, 2019
From Duopoly To Trilogy -- Why Is Amazon Not Taken More Seriously?
Snap To Launch Select, New Ad Endeavor
Amazon Advertising Growth Dips, Still Running At 36%
WPP Revenues Dip 2.8%
Influencer Powerhouse Obviously Acquires France's ZAM
Behavioral Differences, Aging Population Changing Search
LG Electronics Calls Global Media Review
WPP North America Sales Drop 8.5% In Q1
E.ON Calls European Ad Agency Review
BBC Wants To Stream For A Year To Take On Netflix
Facebook Blocks Fake News Accounts Ahead Of Spanish Election
CA Investigation In Canada Says Facebook Must Change Its Ways
MAD London - Thursday, April 25, 2019
Facebook Likely To Face A Privacy Fine Up To $5bn
IAB Europe Updates Transparency And Consent Specs
Facebook Braces For Billions In FTC Fines
Airbnb Puts Starcom On Alert With Global Media Review
NewsGuard Launches In The UK
Netflix Issues $2.2B In Junk Bonds In Debt-Fueled Content Push
MPs Shocked Tech Giants Don't Help Police More
Despite Scandals, Facebook Expects Solid Earnings
Worldwide Issues Give Rise To The 'Anxiety Economy'
Sainsbury's and Asda Merger Blocked
Blockchain-Based Brave Launches Digital Advertising Model For Desktop
Cambridge Analytica 2.0? Is UK The New Star In 'Homeland'?
MAD London - Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Mobile Crowned King Of Digital Marketing
Report Reveals 86% Of European Brands Have Shifted Programmatic In-House
Mobile Accounts For 51% Of UK Digital Ad Spend
Google Ranking More Images Higher In Search Results
Information Commissioner Fears Facebook Brexit Ads Harvested Email Addresses
Huawei Likely To Provide 5G Network Help
Twitter Q1 Revenues Gain 20%, Hit $787 Million
EU Tells Tech Giants To Beat The Bots
Superdrug To Hand Creative Brief To Grey London
The Return Of The Full-Service Agency Model
Change UK Appoints The & Partnership
Snapchat Users Grow
Online Publishing Revenues Driven Up By Video
MAD London - Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Google Android Users In Europe Get New Setup Options
New IRA Accepts Responsibility For Journalist's Death
Starcom On Alert As Novartis Calls Global Media Review
WPP's 2018 Pay King: Martin Sorrell
Audi Group Partners For Advanced Sensors On Autonomous Cars
Regular Users Down For Twitter But Ad Revenue Leaps 18%
Apple Reportedly Pays Amazon $30M Monthly For Cloud Services in A Five-Year Deal
Walkout Organisers Claim Google Took Retaliatory Action
Parliament Investigating Brexit Ads From Boris Johnson Ally
Back To School For GDPR: Can Parents Photograph Their Children?
MPs Probe Whether Facebook Has Brexit Questions To Answer
MAD London - Thursday, April 18, 2019
EU Tells Tech Giants To Stop Gaming Their Systems
Fraudulent Apps Skyrocket, Brands Must Adopt Safeguards
Tech Giants Must Be Clearer On Ecommerce Competition
British Right-Wing Groups Banned From Facebook
Facebook Told By The EU To Be More Transparent On Political Ads
Facebook Working On AI-Voice Assistant Technology
JCDecaux Donates EUR20m To Help Restore Notre Dame
Google Brings YouTube To Amazon Devices, Resolves Dispute
US Now 'Problematic' For Press Freedom, UK Rises Up League Table
New Form Of Malvertising Hits Exchanges, Costs Industry $325 Million This Year
'Trust' Emerges As New Ad Metric, Becomes Media-Buying Factor
'FT' Believes It Was Dropped By BA Over Negative Stories
TMW Gets Department For International Trade CRM Brief
MAD London - Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Budgets Are Up -- Can We Thank A Delay To Brexit?
Party Time's Over: News Sites Cut Back On Third-Party Cookie Use Under GDPR
Netflix To Trial Top Ten UK Shows List
Google News Tackles Indexing Bug, Affects Some Publishers
Spotify Unveils R&D Team In London
57% Willing To Make Payments Via Connected Car
Cambridge Analytica Exposer Calls On Facebook To Talk To TED
'Reporter's' Notebook: ARF Conference, Day Two
Carlsberg Staff Read Out Damning Verdicts On Its Lager
UM Taps Blue Box CMO Chuipek As Global Chief Client Officer
Surprise Budget And Confidence Increase May Not Last
Global's Purchase Of Exterion Approved By CMA
Vodafone Banned From Calling Broadband 'Gigafast'
Ukrainian Military Hit With Spear Phishing Attacks
MAD London - Tuesday, April 16, 2019
ARF Rescinds Cambridge Analytica Award, Says It Acted 'Unethically'
Amazon Awash With Fake Reviews, 'Which?' Claims
EU Copyright Directive Pass European Council Vote
Omnicom, IPG Nix Idea Of Separate Chair-CEO Board Structures
Behaviour Becoming More Important Than Demographics
Why Publishers Should Say No Thanks To Apple News+
Government Accused Of Wasting Money On 'Googlebox' Pension Ad
Facebook Further Automates Some Core Advertising, Business Tools
Facebook Tests Combining News Feed, Stories
Seventy Local Journalism Jobs To Go At JPI Media
'Link Tax' Copyright Directive Passes Final Hurdle
MAD London - Monday, April 15, 2019
Publicis Groupe Agrees To Acquire Epsilon For $4.4 Billion
Four In Five Use Instagram To Find New Products And Services
Publicis Buys Epsilon As Revenue Rises But Organic Growth Declines
EU Adopts Copyright Reform, Google And Facebook Face Challenges
Client Spending Declines Impact Publicis Groupe's Q1 Revenue
Government Considers Tougher Regulation For Netflix And Amazon Prime
'The Observer' Says Adland Is Not Moving Fast Enough On Inclusivity
Publicis Groupe's New 'Crown Jewel'
Facebook's Offensive Content Impacts Image Of Ads, Platforms
Top 8 Media Agencies Unchanged In 2018, 'Campaign' Reveals
Top Six Holding Companies League Table Unchanged In 2018
Carlsberg Admits It Is Not The 'Best'
Bounty Fine Is A Privacy Warning To Brands
MAD London - Friday, April 12, 2019
Will Sharing Editorial Lead To Job Losses At 'The Times'?
Publicis Groupe Launches Sport Division
ICO Fines Baby Club GBP400k Over Sharing Data
Havas Creative Elevates Barber To Global CMO
Audi UK Puts Creative Under Review
Blue 449 Boss Steps Down Unexpectedly
Britain, Brexit And Brand Loyalty
IAB UK Strives To Give SSPs More Transparency
TalkTalk Email Service Reported Down In The UK
'Page 3' Topless Models Are Gone For Good
Shared Journalist At 'The Times' And 'The Sunday Times' Looks Likely
'Dark Patterns' Bill Would Prohibit Duping People Into Ceding Privacy
Tracey Barber Becomes Global Havas Creative CMO
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