MAD London Editions for September 2019
MAD London - Monday, Sept. 16, 2019
Bob Iger Departs Apple Board On Same Day Apple TV+ Details Announced
Britons Are The Happiest Online Shoppers
Facebook To Offer New Tools For Video Creators
Apple Begins GBP11bn Tax Appeal Tomorrow
RBC Capital Markets Looks At Future Ad-Spending Patterns, Identifies Four Dominant Platforms
App Cancels Subscriptions After Free Trials Offer Ends
Twitter Pays Less Corp Tax Than A Person Earning GBP120k
Publishers Lead A Charge Against The Duopoly With First-Party Data
While Programmatic Growth Has Decelerated, Q4 Looks 'Exciting' Thanks To Connected TV
Time Spent Watching Online Video Expanding To 100 Minutes Daily, Ad Budgets Set To Follow
Celebrities Decide To Report Trolls, Not Engage With Them
Copywriter Takes Clown Into Redundancy Meeting
Edward Snowden Applies For Asylum In France
Publishers Take The Fight To The Duopoly With First-Party Data
MAD London - Friday, Sept. 13, 2019
Facebook Will Continue To Host Controversial Political Content
Google Pays A Billion-Euro Tax Bill To Settle French Case
Google Algorithm Change Looks To Reward Original Reporting
British Media Groups Attack The Duopoly In Government Probe
Out-Of-Home Ad Forecast Sees Sharp Gain In 2020
Johnny Ryan Speaks Out Against RTB At Dmexco
Isobar Playbook: 2020 Will Be Year 'XR' Explodes
HSBC Retains TMW
'The Guardian' Sees Smallest Drop In Print Circulation, 'Daily Star' The Biggest
'The Strategist' Redesigns, Expands To UK
AI Investment In The UK Hits A Record High
Brexit Ad Campaign Is 'Misleading' And 'Redundant'
Shots Fired As Publishers Tell Government To Tackle The Duopoly
MAD London - Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019
Is Programmatic Ignoring GDPR? Why Is Ads.txt Adoption So Low?
Apple TV+ And Apple Arcade To Cost Brits GBP4.99 A Month Each
GDPR Truants: Less Than Half Are Fully Complying
Sports Directory Lists 6,486 Email Addresses
Publicis Offers UK Staff A Day Off On World Mental Health Day
Grey Veteran Singh Promoted To Global COO
TSB And Vizeum Part Ways
Adobe Builds Photoshop-Inspired Analytics Tool
Gen Z Most Likely Demographic To Be Influenced Online
WPP, InMobi Group Strike Mobile Marketing Alliance
S4C Shows Strong Growth In First Half Of 2019
MPs Urge Government To Ban 'Loot Boxes' In Children's Games
John Lewis Loss Blamed On Brexit Worries
'The Sun' Is The UK's Most Read Paper Online And In Print
MAD London - Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019
Trump And The Tech Giants Beware - Vestager's Back With EU 'Super Powers'
Fast Growth For Deliveroo, Costa Coffee and BrewDog In UK Brand League Table
Apple Shifts The Direction Of Its Pricing
Marketers Share Their Stories Of September 11, 2001
Can The Big Agency Groups Get Back To Growth?
USIM Taps Former Wavemaker Smith To Lead Integrated Strategy
EU Commissioner's New Powers A 'Worst Nightmare' For The US
IAB Taps Zoe Soon As Vice President, Mobile
'Marie Claire' To Close Print Version In The UK
Mailchimp Will Enable CRM App Users To Send Targeted Emails
Sainsbury's Drops Trial For A Supermarket Without Tills
Self-Harm Pictures Banned By Facebook And Instagram
LG To Run Ads On Its TV Start-Up Screens
Microsoft Office 365 Users Get Anti-Phishing Tool
MAD London - Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019
Forget Trade Wars - It's Ad Fraud China Needs To Be Tackled On
Facebook Users Can Proceed With Privacy Suit Over Cambridge Analytica
80% Of Ad Fraud Comes From China, GroupM Claims
50 Attorneys General Back Google Antitrust Probe
The 'Irish Terrier' Behind Google's GDPR Probe In Dublin
Online Retailers Neglect To Send Post-Purchases Messages, UK Study Finds
Only China And US Outspend UK On Artificial Intelligence
ANA Unveils New 'Measurement' Division, Taps Bill Tucker To Run It
Facebook And Instagram Shut Down Italian Far-Right Accounts
Amazon, Google Remain Top 'Loyalty' Brands, Apple Plummets
Apple Changes Its App Store Search Algorithm
Wages Rising At Fastest Rate In 11 Years
Royal Society Urges Caution Over Links Between Brains And Machines
Tesco Sponsors The Return Of 'Supermarket Sweep'
MAD London - Monday, Sept. 9, 2019
How Google, Facebook Antitrust Probe Impacts Marketers
Diageo Calls Global Media Review
Microsoft Advertising Launches Responsive Search Ads To All Advertisers
1 In 5 Brits Are Not Internet Users
IPG Taps Lee As CEO Of Mediabrands, Kiernan Succeeds Him As UM Chief
BBC And Tech Giants Partner Up On Fake News
IPG's Krakowsky Promoted To COO, Putting Him In Line To Succeed CEO Roth
Havas Wins TripAdvisor's Global Media Account
Roku TV Expands Licensing To Europe
Strike Sees BA Reputation Plummet
'Press Gazette' Laments The Lack Of Local Court Reporting
A Quarter Of Young People Have Seen Drug Ads On Social
Coca-Cola Signs Up For Euro 2020
Cruise Ships Send Hurricane Relief
BA Shows How Quickly Reputations Can Nosedive
MAD London - Friday, Sept. 6, 2019
Magna: Podcast Ad Spending Approaching $1 Billion
Amazon and Netflix Double UK TV Production Spending
Amazon Fire TV Passes 37M Actives; Intros New Devices For Aggressive Expansion
Samsung Has Another Go At Mobile With Folding Screens
'The Atlantic' Introduces Metered Model, Launches 3 New Subscription Plans
Yahoo Email Services Are Up Again After Major Outage Yesterday
YouTube Cozies Up To Fashion Retailers, Brands With New Destination
Ozone Project And Lotame Partner To Unify Members' Data
Ladbrokes Coral Looking For Ad Agency
TripAdvisor Accused Of Not Doing Enough On Fake Reviews
Macmillan And VCCP Split After 7 Years
Reach Experiments With A Local Paywall
Yahoo! The UK Needs An Apology? Again!
MAD London - Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019
Could Streaming Rugby Turn Around ITV's Year?
Facebook Violates User Privacy - Again
YouTube Agrees To Pay $170 Million Over Children's Privacy Violations
Britain Could Soon Be In A Recession
Shoppers Start Earlier, But Most Favor Black Friday
Ireland Probes Whether Google Operates A GDPR 'Workaround'
Yahoo Mail Down In Parts Of Europe, Company Is Working On The Problem
'The Times' And 'The Sunday Times' Announce Shared Editorial Resources
IPG Backs New Consultancy Focused On Gender Equality
Amazon TV Sets To Sell In The UK High Street
BBC Pays Sir Cliff Richard's GBP2m Legal Fees
Binge Watchers Freak At Rumor Of Netflix Changing Release Model
BA Needs Better CEX, Not More Heritage Gazing
MAD London - Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2019
Google Is Target Of New Antitrust Probe
KFC Calls UK Media Review
Pop Star Headsets Are The Only Way Westminster TV Reporters Can Be Heard
U.K. Just OK: Open Rates Are High, Click Rates Below Average
Citing 'Fragile' Economy, GroupM Now Expects Advertising To Be 'Neutral To Negative'
Facial Recognition Dropped At Kings Cross Over Privacy Fears
U.K. Print Media Grows Amid Brexit News Cycle
'The Jewish Chronicle' To Pay GBP50k Compensation For Terror Link Claim
Amazon's Total UK Tax Bill Hit GBP220m In 2018
Amazon's Tax On Profits Goes Up, But Only To GBP14m
Google Launches First B2B Search Campaign In U.K.
Did The UK Just Crack Viewability?
MAD London - Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019
Facebook Gives Messenger New Tools For Businesses
Digital-Only Challenger Banks To Double In Size
DuckDuckGo Bashes Facebook, Google In Video Over Privacy
Disney Chooses Not To Offer Netflix Binges
'GBP100m For That?' Asks Mediatel Of The Government's Brexit Campaign
Deconstructing Amazon's Ecommerce Search Engine
Is Bitcoin Surge Linked To Brexit Uncertainty?
What Are 'Clean Rooms' -- And Why Do Amazon, Google, Facebook Want One?
Channel 4 In Talks To Join Sky's AdSmart
D2C Food Start-Up Is UK's Biggest Facebook Advertiser
Is Facebook Going To Drop The 'Like' Button?
Channel 4 Gets Addressable As TV Avoids Being A Digital Marketing Victim
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