MAD London Editions for April 2019
MAD London - Thursday, April 11, 2019
MMGY Global Acquires UK-Based Digital Spring
Prince Harry And Oprah To Collaborate On Apple TV+ Series
Facebook Lets Users Track Updates, Reduces Ability To Spread Misinformation
Wikileaks Founder Arrested At Ecuadorian Embassy In London
A Fourth Of Phishing Emails Slip By Office 365 Security: Study
Haagen-Dasz Confirms Split With Saatchi & Saatchi
PHD And UM Battle For Just Eat Consolidated Media Account
'Marketing Week' Tells Adland People Just Don't Like Ads
Impress Forms Cairncross Review Task Force
Duty Of Care Law Will Not Override Editorial Press Regulation
Is There Life For Lush After Social?
MAD London - Wednesday, April 10, 2019
WPP And Dentsu Are Final 2 Fighting For L'Oreal Media Brief
Facebook Bows To World Pressure, Modifies Its Terms
Publicis Groupe Germany Rejiggers Leadership Team
UK Data Chief Says Accountability Under GDPR Still Not Here
Snapchat Growth Downgraded: Will Lose Users, Share Of Social Media
Vodafone Calls Global Media Review
Twitter Limits Followed Accounts To 400
PA Signs Up Local Papers To 'Robot Generated' Stories
Lush Ditches Social
'ITV Magazine' Shut After Just One Issue
Twitter Cuts The Number Of Accounts Users Can Follow To 400
The European Commission Says Facebook Will Be Clearer On Data
Leadfeeder Raises EUR3.1 Million In Funding Round
Stressed Tech Industry Also Has Gender Issues
MAD London - Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Britain Regulates Social Media, Institutes Duty Of Care
Don't Bombard And Keep It Relevant, Kantar Research Shows
Are Netflix And The Streamers The New Ad Blockers?
Pinterest Sets IPO Share Price, Eyes $1.2B
Eurostar Reviews Global Media Account
EU Probes Microsoft Contracts -- With The EU
Crowdfunding New Service Gets Google Funding
Taptica Changing Name To Tremor International, Forges New Identity
David Beckham Speaks In Multiple Languages In Malaria Campaign
Microsoft Contributes To Google Chrome Open-Source Code As It Improves Edge
Renault Covers Up Emissions Expletives In Digital Outdoor Campaign
Ofcom Investigates Jon Snow's 'White People' Remark
MAD London - Monday, April 8, 2019
Self-Regulation Is Over For Tech Giants
Publicis Shop Lands Unicef Assignment
BBH To Make 10% Of Staff Redundant
Proposed New Internet Laws Welcomed By Police, Charities
UK Agency OUAT Expands To U.S. Via M&A Route
Amal Clooney To Promote Press Freedom For Foreign Office
Accenture Looking For A Global Creative Director
VMLY&R Confirms New Chief Executive
Pay Gap Widens At A Third Of Media Companies
British Woman Faces Dubai Jail Sentence For Social Media Insult
MAD London - Friday, April 5, 2019
WPP Opens New Amsterdam Campus
Social Media Giants To Fund New Regulator
Snap Plans To Run Ads From Other Apps
ICO To Investigate Pro-Brexit Ads
Ralph Lauren Trims Media Agency Roster
Prince Harry Suggests Fortnite Ban
Snapchat To Lose Users In The UK This Year
Integrate Acquires B2B Lead-Generation Firm Akkroo For $34 Million
Apple Music Available On Alexa
Obit: Carat Founder Gilbert Gross, Dead At 87
Havas London Picked To Promote T Levels
Cyber Breaches Have Declined, UK Report Says
The Data Breach Regulatory Outlook In 2019
Screens May Not Be Bad, But Content Can Be
MAD London - Thursday, April 4, 2019
Paying For News Could Be A Smart Move For Facebook
IAB Europe Hit With GDPR Complaint By Privacy Advocate
UK Google Employees Get GBP226k Average Pay
Wunderman Thompson Lands Global Duracell Assignment
Are Leave Ads Being Coordinated By Former Boris Advisor?
Volkswagen Tests Self-Driving Cars On Hamburg City Streets
Gambling Sites Warned Over Advertising To Children
Conde Nast's 'La Cucina Italiana' Heads To U.S.
'The Guardian' On Track To Hit 2m Subscribers In 3 Years
Duracell Picks Wunderman Thompson
100 Million Customers Projected To Shop Using AR Next Year
Services Sector Suffers Brexit Jitters
'The Guardian' Vows To Clearly Label Older Content
Nearly A Quarter Of British Homes Have Smart Speakers
MAD London - Wednesday, April 3, 2019
Women Already Have Fair Pay -- They Need Fair Prospects
Accenture Interactive Strikes Deal To Buy Droga5
Boots Sponsors British And Irish Women's Football Teams
IPG, Publicis, WPP Make LinkedIn Top Places To Work List
Reebok To Reward Loyalty And Social Shares With Points
London ECD At VMLY&R Heads Back To New York
'Vogue Greece' Returns As National Debt Crunch Fades
New Subcommittee Formed To Tackle Fake News
YouTube Posts Warning Messages on Tommy Robinson Videos
MAD London - Tuesday, April 2, 2019
Programmatic Overtakes Direct, But In-App Still Needs Work
GroupM Finds D2C Brands Lag Broader Economic Growth, Big Marketers Continue To Dominate -- For Now
ICO Urges Facebook To Drop Cambridge Analytica Fine Appeal
BBC Takes Control Of UKTV
UK Celeb Gossip Mag 'Now' Shutters Print Edition, Shifts To Digital
Teads Hit $430M In 2018 Revenues, Ad Manager Helps Drive Growth
Facebook Considers Paying For Editors And News
MRM McCann London Announces New CEO
Google Closures Are Hurting The Brand
Iceland Appoints Leo Burnett
Subway Parts Company With McCann London
MPs Tell Govt To Split Up Big Consultancies
MAD London - Monday, April 1, 2019
Zuckerberg Calls For Governments To Regulate The Net
Ending Feud With Sorrell, WPP Acquires S4
Facebook CEO Favors Global Regulations To Contain Harmful Content
Alexa To Offer Tailor-Made Skills For Businesses
Google Not Expected To Change Privacy Protections, Ad Tech Stocks Recover On News
Facebook Starts Explaining Feed Decisions
Publicis Groupe In Talks To Acquire Epsilon
Broadband Providers Offer Automatic Compensation
Discovery Plans Natural-History Streaming Service Following BBC Deal
M&S Hands Fashion Creative To ODD
VVCP Wins Maynards Bassetts Without A Pitch
Homebase Seeks Creative Agency
Gmail Is 15 Years Old Today
Mass Coldplay Email Brings Down Payment System
Zuck To Regulators -- 'I Agree.... Your Turn'
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