MAD London Editions for June 2019
MAD London - Friday, June 28, 2019
Is Murdoch Getting The Thumbs Up For News UK Job Cuts?
Amazon's Alexa.com Now Offers Free Competitive Insights
Inquiry Launched Into Sale Of Stakes In Newspapers To Saudi-Linked Investor
British Designer Of The IPhone To Leave Apple
After Heat For Objectionable Videos, YouTube Lets Users Control Recommendations
IAB Lab Launches Data 'Nutrition' Labeling Program
Online Fashion Sales Growth Stalls
Twitter To Hide Rules-Violating Tweets From Public Figures
Google Maps Update Offers Public Transport Congestion In 3 UK Cities
Government Likely To Allow Joint Newsrooms At 'The Times' And 'The Sunday Times'
Jony Ive, Designer Behind Many Of Apple's Icons, Forms Own Firm
Press Association Rebrands To PA Media
MAD London - Thursday, June 27, 2019
Forget Stereotypes - Male Viewers Are Setting New Records For Women's Football
Facebook To Include Ads On Instagram Explore
Gender Stereotyping Worse In Britain Than America, Women Reveal
Ozone Project And OpenX Announce Partnership
Tech Companies Say They Can't Be Sued Over Istanbul Attack
'National Geographic' Tests Instagram 'Donate' Feature To Support Investigative Journalism
London Start-Up Central To Facebook Libra Plans
Nielsen Finds Brand 'Disloyalty' Is The 'New Normal'
Grant's And Tullamore Dew Pick Uncommon For Creative
'Evening Standard' Loses GBP11m, Again
Emptying The Cookie Jar With The Help Of AI
Children Want To Wipe Social Profiles Clean At 18
MAD London - Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Digital Ad Reliance Paints A Bleak Future For Journalists
Facebook Includes 'Transparency' Updates For Social, Political Ads
Starbucks Switches Media To Havas
Uber Update Might Make It Difficult For Some Users To Get A Ride Home
Ad Execs Assume Large Shares Of Ad Fraud, Even If They Can't Measure It
MPs Blast 'The Jeremy Kyle Show' For A Gladiatorial Attitude To Participants
Amazon Prime Day Spurs Search Ad, Media Buys
UK Telecom Fined For Sending Direct Marketing Messages Without Consent
Online Laws Could Be Beefed Up To Protect Revenge Porn Victims
Reporters Concerned About The Future Of Journalism
What Charities Need To Know About Europe's Pending E-Regulations
MAD London - Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Is Facebook Avoiding The Truth On Brexit And Russia?
Encryption Plans Will Put Children At Risk, Sajid Javid Claims
Amazon Ad Revenue Estimated To Reach $40 Billion By 2023, As AI Increases Ad Prices
Publicis Groupe Confirms Nick Law's Departure
EE Fined For Sending Marketing Messages Without Permission
Facebook Promotes Independent Oversight Body For Content Policy
Journalist Vows To Fight Arron Banks Legal Action
The Untold Story Of The Humans Behind Artificial Intelligence
Facebook Tells Regulators Chinese Censorship Is The Real Internet Threat
Lionesses Set Another Record With 6.1m Audience For Cameroon Victory
Email Out, Business Out: A Three-Day Outage Could Cost Billions
Is Libra A Diversification From Falling Ad Growth At Facebook?
MAD London - Monday, June 24, 2019
Ad-Tech Companies Violating European Privacy Law, UK Officials Say
ICO Gives Ad Tech Industry Six Months To Get Its RTB House In Order
Omnicom Wins Top Holding Company Honors, Wieden Is Agency Of The Year At Cannes
Facebook Accepts Regulation But Insists It Cannot Cure Internet Problems Alone
WPP's Mindshare Takes Media Network Of The Year Honors At Cannes
Facebook Denies Russia Interfered With Brexit Vote
UK Fails To Win A Single Grand Prix Trophy At Cannes 2019
Twitter Ends Programmatic Ad Program For Publishers
Banking Forum Warns Against Letting Facebook Control Finance With Libra
Google Increases Ad Inventory For Apple iOS App Campaigns
PropertyGuru Moves On From PHD To Take Media In-House
ICO Gives Adland Six Months To Go Straight On RTB
MAD London - Friday, June 21, 2019
Sir Martin Is No 'Sparklepony'
'The Drum' Invites Extinction Rebellion To Address Cannes
Duration-Weighted Impression: Is It Worth It?
Are Privacy Worries Behind 20% Drop In Facebook LIkes And Shares?
Cannes Conversation: DAN's Doug Ray Commands 'Attention'
Bupa Appoints MullenLowe For Mental Health Campaign
Media Planners: Programmatic, Attribution, Mobile Transforming Digital OOH Media
Benecol Appoints PHD Manchester To Its Media Account
MRC Finds All But Two Digital Ad Measurers Now 'BTR' Compliant: Google, Nielsen Still Not Rendering
Facebook's Cryptocurrency To Face Strict Rules, Mark Carney Warns
The 'Jewish Chronicle' Saved From Threat Of Closure
Influencer Marketing Laid Bare On 'Love Island'?
MAD London - Thursday, June 20, 2019
Behind The Hype, Voice Is Shaping Up For Ecommerce Greatness
WFA Finds 'State Of Advertising' Shifting From Awareness To Performance
American Billionaire Funds AI Ethics Institute At Oxford University
Unilever Moving Toward Holding Companies And Away From Individual Agencies
Google Increases Privacy In Data Collaboration Between Agencies, Brands
WPP: Kantar Stake Sale Is On Pace
Adidas Loses Three-Stripe Trademark Case
Google Testing Augmented Reality 3D, YouTube Live Stream Display Ad Formats
Pornography Age Check Rules Pushed Back, Again
The Boris Factor? Audience For PM Debate On BBC Dwarfed C4's Earlier Show
Cannes And The Great Ad-Tech Vacation
Extinction Rebellion Stages Protest At Cannes
'Love Island' Contestants Found To Have Massive Fake Followings
MAD London - Wednesday, June 19, 2019
In-Housing Isn't Agencies' Biggest Challenge -- It's Growth
WFA Reports Clutter, Other Issues Hamper Ad Awareness
WFA Launches 'Voice Coalition'
Cannes Conversation: One-on-One With McCann Worldgroup UK CEO Mark Lund
'The Mail' Titles Crowned Most-Read In The UK
Big Advertisers, Media, Agencies Form Alliance To Tackle Unsafe Digital Media
Award-Winning Ads Are Becoming Less Effective
Pinterest Rebrands Partner Program, Expands Shoppable D2C Experience
Direct Line Sponsors Film On 4
Cannes Conversation: One-on-One With Dani Benowitz
Gambling Advertisers Rebuked For Targeting Children's App
Jeremy Kyle Refuses To Attend Reality TV Inquiry
MAD London - Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Is Facebook's Libra A Service Too Far For Regulators?
Cannes Conversation: Accenture Interactive's Glen Hartman
Will The Public Trust Facebook's Digital Currency?
ICO's Website Is Not GDPR-Compliant
Amazon Rebrands IMDb Streaming Service, Expands Content, Targets Europe
Cannes Conversation: One-on-One With RPA's Tim Leake
WFA Says Big-Value Work Unlikely To Be In-Housed
Most Ad Execs Say Duration-Weighting Is Best Method, Will Benefit OTT
Boris' Fibre Promise For All Will Need Major Investment
Consumers Accuse Brands Of 'Trustwashing'
Brits Spend More Time On Mobile, Less On TV
Responsible Media Group Forms To Make The Internet Safer
Tim Pearson Named New OMD UK Chief Executive
Dan Clays Named New Chief Executive At Omnicom Media Group
MAD London - Monday, June 17, 2019
WPP Admits Keeping Back Pay Rises To Boost Profits Was Not Smart
Google Wins EU Case Over Whether Gmail Is A Telecom
Unilever Analyzes Marketers' Physiological DNA To Uncover Unconscious Bias
Unilever Sees 35% Drop In Stereotyping After DNA Experiment
Publicis UK Appoints First CCO
Spotify Offers Podcaster Targeting
Publicis' Law: Adland Transformation Should Be Driven By Creatives
Mobile App Brand Safety Violations Soar 194%
Criminals Are Using Instagram To Sell Fake Currency And IDs
TalkTalk Email Outage Continues Into The Evening While Firm Works On Fix
WPP Takes Action On Plastic
On The Beach At Cannes: Getting Creativity 'Right'
Could Apple's Anonymous Sign-Ins Raise Ad Fraud?
Brand Safety Issues Soar In Mobile Advertising
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