MAD London Editions for July 2019
MAD London - Friday, July 19, 2019
Quality Content Delivers, But How Can Advertisers Find It?
Sadoun: Holding Companies Face 'Line-In-The-Sand' Decisions About Growth
Britbox Launch Announced For This Autumn
Reach In Talks To Buy 'Certain Assets' From JPI
Publicis Groupe Client Losses, Spending Declines Stunt NA Growth
Facebook Hides Like Counts In More Countries
Omnicom Posts UK Growth While Global Figures Decline In Q2
Grey Adds Global CMO Role
Amazon Looking For Ad Agency For Prime Now Expansion
Tabloids See Heaviest Declines In June's ABC Figures
5 Ways Brands Can Beat Influencer Marketing's Transparency Crisis
Quality Content Boosts In-View Times For Advertisers
EU Hits Qualcomm With 242m Euros Anti-Trust Fine
MAD London - Thursday, July 18, 2019
Netflix Subscriber Growth Dips, Share Price Suffers
Publicis Groupe Leads First Half M&A Buyers' List
Spark Foundry, UM Split Mattel Media Business
Privacy Concerns Over FaceApp
Accordant Founders Muldoon, Greitzer Depart Dentsu Aegis Network: Succession In Place
Government To Retrain Workers Replaced By AI
How AI Blurs The Line Between Display, Search, Native And Programmatic
More Than Reviews Ad Account
Google Blocking Viagogo Over Touting Allegations
France Joins US And UK In Urging Caution Over Facebook Libra
Nearly Every Bulgarian Just Got Hacked
Amazon Is Next In Line For A Hefty EU Fine
MAD London - Wednesday, July 17, 2019
European Commission Investigates How Amazon Uses Data
WPP Will Not Pitch For Disney Global Media Account
Facebook Defends Cryptocurrency In Washington, Says U.S. Should Lead Digital Currency Charge
UM Picks Up EMEA And Asia Pac Media Briefs From Mattel
Omnicom Stock Takes A Hit As Q2 Revenue Dips
Amazon Facing An EU Anti-Trust Probe
Lawmakers Blast 'Woefully Inadequate' $5 Billion Facebook Settlement
Tech Giants Are Unclear On New French Tax
Marketing Growth Hits 0% As Brexit Fears Take Their Toll
HuffPost UK Closes Blogging Section
Juventus Will Not Appear In FIFA 20
Facebook Will Pause Libra Until Regulators Approve
UK's First Ad For A Cannabis-Based Product Launches
Nigel Farage Tells 'Campaign' He'd Consider An Advertising Career
Dyson Ad Banned For Implying Fan Is Cordless
Boris And Brexit See Growth Grind To A Halt
MAD London - Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Cricket's Problem Goes Beyond A TV Paywall
Google Working On AI In China Has Billionaire Peter Thiel, Others Raising Major Concerns
Facebook Launches Fake Ad Reporting Service
England's World Cup Cricket Triumph Got Half The Audience Of Wimbledon Final
First 5G Mobile Roaming Service Starts In Switzerland
Top In-House Creative Agency Concern: Attracting, Keeping Talent Energized
Microsoft Changes Cortana To Integrate With Amazon Alexa
Tech Giants Face Up To A Grilling From The Senate
GDPR Health Watch: Firms Are Recovering Their Data
Pearson Launches A Digital-First Model For Textbooks
Cadwalladr Will Fight Banks On Libel Charges
MAD London - Monday, July 15, 2019
FTC Reportedly Fines Facebook $5 Billion
Facebook Fined $5bn For Cambridge Analytica Scandal
Google Under Irish Investigation For Data Leaks
Google Home Shares Recordings With Outside Contractors
Amazon Continues To Dominate Big 5 Advertising ROI, Facebook's Outlook Improves
TV Music Streaming Service For Older Users Lines Up Float
Study Finds @realDonaldTrump Trails @BarackObama's Twitter Reach By About 25%
Journalist, Who Boris Johnson's Friend Wanted Beaten Up, Speaks Out
Government Persuades Twitter To Take Down Fake Accounts
Brands Begin To Hit Roadblocks With Real-Time Ad Bidding And Targeting
Alan Turing To Be On Next GBP50 Note
Secondary School Students To Get Lessons On 'Fake News'
Voice Leak Scandal -- Is This Google's Cambridge Analytica Moment?
MAD London - Friday, July 12, 2019
Big Tech Levy Will Tax The Special Relationship
WPP To Sell 60% Of Kantar To Bain
UK To Press Ahead With Digital Sales Tax, Despite US Tariff Implications
Vodafone Global Media Account Down To A WPP vs Dentsu Aegis Shootout
LinkedIn Introduces Pricing Model To Align With New Marketing Objectives
'WSJ Magazine' Heads To China, 'Harper's Bazaar' To Italy
WPP Sells 60% Stake In Kantar To Bain Capital
VAT On Digital News Is 'Backward,' Says Reuters Institute
YouTube Will Not Be Taking Down UK 'Drill' Videos
Home Secretary Backs Police Facial Recognition Trials
1st-Party Data Is Overrated, Misunderstood
MAD London - Thursday, July 11, 2019
Tommy Robinson Is Convicted, But He's No Journalist
US Considers Retaliatory Tariffs For French Digital Tax. UK Next?
Amazon, NHS Unveil Partnership That Relies On Alexa To Dole Out Medical Advice
Wavemaker Taps Jenner For Global CEO Role
BT Appoints Publicis Groupe For Rebrand
Kantar Allows Brands To Combine First And Third-Party Data
Google Makes Real-Time Triggers Available For Sporting Events, Live TV
NHS Signs Deal With Amazon For Medical Information
Microsoft Advertising Announces Ad Customizers For All Accounts
Tommy Robinson Jailed For Contempt Of Court
API Automates LinkedIn Ads Performance Reporting
Amal Clooney Warns Donald Trump's Words 'Makes Journalists Vulnerable To Abuse'
MRM McCann Picks Manchester For Innovation
MAD London - Wednesday, July 10, 2019
UK Public Wants The ICO To Enforce GDPR To The Hilt
Any Day Now On Kantar-Bain Deal
Report Finds Ad Fraud Approaching One-Fifth Of User Traffic
MPC Rebrands To Moving Picture Company
BBC Invests In Katzenberg, Whitman VOD Startup
Media Exhibits A Bias Against Muslims
Cass Out As MDC Realigns Media Operations
WPP Agencies Win Centrica's Global Integrated Account
France Insists Harmful Content Be Removed Within 24 Hours
Twitter To Delete Tweets Deemed To 'Dehumanize' Religious Groups
Agencies Agree To Not Pitch For Fossil Fuel Accounts
Millennials Have A Dim View Of Brands
ICO Warns Marriott Of GBP99m Fine
UK ICO Seeks To Fine Marriott $124 Million Over Breach
MAD London - Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Social Is Stalling As Trust Dips And Ad Growth Halves
WPP Wins $125 Million Centrica Account
Eurostar Hands Global Media To Wavemaker
Women's World Cup Final Sets New TV Record
Global Ad Consensus Continues Downward Revision For 2019
Jeremy Hunt Pledges GBP18m To Tackle Fake News
Online Viewing Gains Momentum, Driven By Non-Linear TV
Apple Prime: Is It Time?
JPI Media Seeks Bids For Its Newspapers
Are Some Android Apps Taking Data Without Permission?
Consumers Not Craving Self-Driving Cars
MAD London - Monday, July 8, 2019
BA Flies The Flag For What Happens When GDPR Bites
Ad Outlook Downgraded Again, This Time It's Zenith
Google Offers Europeans Mobile Browser Choice
TV's Role In Global Ad Market Continues To Erode: Internet, OOH Ascendant
CMA Halts Amazon's Investment In Deliveroo
Zenith Predicts Half Of Advertising Will Be Digital By 2021
HBO's 'Game Of Thrones,' 'Chernobyl' Spark Tourism Surge Across Europe
How The 'Future 40' Are Transforming Real-Time Marketing
By 2022 A Quarter Of All Purchases Will Be Online
Facebook Interactions Drop 38% In A Year
Facebook Members Give Advertisers More Fodder For Ad Targeting
BA Fined GBP183m For Data Breach
Heather Mills Is One Of 90 Phone Hacking Victims To Win Record Settlement
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