MAD London Editions for October 2019
MAD London - Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019
Forget Twitter Ads -- Politics' Social Problem Is Facebook Accountability
Twitter Bans Political Ads: Says Political Speech Should Be 'Earned, Not Bought'
BBC Takes Over Spotify For Sir David Attenborough's Latest Series
Forrester: Media Agency Groups Taking Steps To 'Fend Off Looming In-House Threat'
Blippar Rises From The Ashes With A New CEO
Will Lib Dems Be Frozen Out Of Leader Debates?
Facebook Agrees To $643,000 Fine To Settle Privacy Investigation In U.K.
Facebook Q3 Revenues Rose 29%, Workforce Up 28% YOY
Ecommerce Advertising Soars, Amazon Benefits
Conservative Party Stands To Lose Most As Twitter Bans Political Ads
Backward B2B: Firms Have To Improve Their Automation -- And Their Email
Journalists Allowed To Challenge Family Court Reporting Restrictions
MPs Agree With Retailers On Unfair High Street Business Rates
MAD London - Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019
Adland Welcomes UK Election -- But Will It Give Brexit Clarity?
Forrester Warns 2020 Is Make Or Break For CMOs
Financial Times' Podcasting Highlights New Strategy For Publishers
Ad Execs See Too Much Focus On D2C Brands, But Acknowledge They Are Innovating Media
Could Fake News And Cyber Criminals Threaten December's Election?
WFA: Agency Relationships Hampered By Bad Briefs, Other Miscommunications
Female MPs Rally To Support Meghan In Her Tabloid Battle
IPG To Launch Brandguard, Avoids Advertising On Fake News Sites
AI Is The Catalyst For New Data Sources But Optimization Remains A Challenge, Study Finds
John Lewis Christmas Ads Are Losing Their Emotional Appeal
Facebook Drops Appeal Against Cambridge Analytica Fine
LinkedIn Data Finds Marketers Measure ROI Too Quickly
MAD London - Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2019
UK Digital Ad Spend Soars, But What About The Brand Impact?
Sorrell's S4 Capital Continues Acquisition Spree
BBC Faces A Flood Of Equal Pay Claims
UK 2019 Ad-Spend Growth Revised Up To 5%
GroupM Warns, 'These Are Dangerous Days For Advertisers'
Facebook Employees Criticize Stance On Political Ads, Seek Ban On Targeting
Spotify Shares Soar On Upbeat Q3 Figures
German Data Authorities Create New Models For GDPR Fines: Report
FT Focuses On Podcasts And Smart Speakers At Home And The US
GroupM: Balkanization Makes Media Shops Even More Relevant
Only A Quarter Of Campaigns Are Measured For Brand Impact
'The Telegraph' Becomes Fourth Newspaper To Reveal Rebates
Adobe Data Leak Caused By Unsecured Server: Researchers
MAD London - Monday, Oct. 28, 2019
'The Telegraph' Placed Up For Sale
First Kantar, Then . . .GroupM?
Facebook News Isn't Likely To Quell Publisher Complaints
Facebook Usage Drops 26% Since 2017
Digital Turns 25, Ad Vets Reminisce On First Banner Ad
Just Eat To Sponsor 'Love Island'
Global B2B Firms Say It's Tough Producing Content
S4C Announces Mergers To Enlarge MightyHive
Instagram To Ban Self-Harm Cartoons And Drawings
McVitie's Appoints Two Omnicom Agencies To Creative And Media Accounts
MPs To Investigate Effectiveness Of 'Get Ready For Brexit' Campaign
BBC News Presenter Launches Legal Equal Pay Bid
'The Telegraph' Is Up For Sale, But For How Much?
MAD London - Friday, Oct. 25, 2019
Will The BBC And TV Licence Survive Gen Z?
Shared Rural Network To Boost 4G Coverage To 95% By 2025
WPP Reports Quarterly Organic Growth For First Time In Over A Year
Amazon Advertising Gets Major Boost From Prime Day, Data Shows
Ofcom Tells BBC News To Link To Other Publishers
Amid Mixed Q3, Wall Street Calls Advertising Amazon's 'Bright Spot'
Ad Glitch And Low Profit Levels Send Twitter Shares Tumbling
With Help From FCB Inferno, Disney Fuels UK's Sport England Movement
Amazon Profit Declines Due To Quick Delivery Push
Google Denies Anti-Leave Bias In Its Brexit News Results
Twitter Records $824 Million In Q3 Revenues, Monetized DAUs Up
Over 55s Like Their Brands 'Sexy'
EU Uptick Restores Growth At WPP
MAD London - Thursday, Oct. 24, 2019
Those 'Bad Boys' Won Brexit, But The Good Guys Are Winning Google
WPP Shareholders Approve Kantar Sale To Bain
Ofcom Warns BBC May Be 'Unsustainable' If It Doesn't Attract Young Audiences
Snap Reports Q3 Revenues Hit $446 Million
BBC And 'Guardian' Take Lion's Share Of Brexit Search Results
Adobe Adds Commerce Tools To Magento, Cloud Services On Amazon And Microsoft
ASA Bans Posts From Katie Price And Two Others For Weight Loss Drink
Sports Rights Spending Soars
Murder Most English: The Great British Crime Shows
PlayStation Store Won't Sell New 'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare' In Russia
Kim Kardashian Replaced By Caroline Flack As Most Dangerous Celeb To Search For
Nearly One In Three B2B Marketers Admit To Delivering Poor Digital Experiences
Labour Relying On Social To Get Email Messages To UK Voters
'Get Ready For Brexit' Campaign Is Not Resonating
Top Breakfast Radio Show Loses A Million Listeners But Podcasts Are Growing
Revolut Partners With Mastercard For U.S. Expansion
Employees Could Suffer From After-Hours Email Bans
MAD London - Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019
Duopoly Dealt A Winning Hand By Brexit And GDPR
IPG Reports Sharp Drop In Q3 Organic Growth
Mother Picked As Global Creative Agency By TripAdvisor
Yahoo Mail Outage Hits UK
Duopoly To Account For 68.5% Of UK Digital Advertising In 2019
Star Ratings And Reviews Most Likely To Turn Into Profits
Revolut Partners With Mastercard For U.S. Expansion
Airbnb Faces HMRC Investigation
Top 10 Strategic Tech Trends For 2020: Gartner
ITV Hub Registers Spike In Users To 30m
Interpublic Q3 Revenue Grows 1.4%
How The Changing Nature Of Creativity Impacts Agency Pitches
MPs Question Why Political Statement Will Not Be Fact-Checked On Facebook
Mobile Gamers Spend GBP40 A Year On In-App Purchases
MAD London - Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019
Facebook Can Fight Fake News -- What About Fake Politicians?
Publicis Groupe UK Adds Chief Production Officer Role
Apple Plans Sky High London Office Next Year
Facebook Says It Is Ready For The Next General Election
Facebook Protect Program Adds Security To Political Accounts
EU Data Watchdog Reports 'Serious Concerns' Over EU Microsoft Contracts
Dove Products Make Some Really Big Promises About Its Use Of Plastic
Roku Buys DSP Dataxu For $150 Million In Cash/Stock Deal
TSB Appoints The7stars To Media Account
Why Is Digital's Ad Growth Decelerating: Explanations Abound, None Good
The "i" Newspaper Launches Paid-For App
FT To Launch Business Consultancy
Celebrities Join In A New Round Of Phone Hacking Claims
Global Radio Launches LBC News
Rugby World Cup Social Engagement Is Soaring
MAD London - Monday, Oct. 21, 2019
Tech Firms And Consultancies Are Winning Digital Marketing
Facebook Opens Search Ad Placements To All Advertisers
Meghan Says She Was 'Naive' Not To Heed Warnings On UK Tabloids
Lucozade Hands Creative To A&E/DDB
Publicis Rebrands BT, Focuses On Improved Connectivity
Death And Tattoos Thrive On The High Street As Books And PCs Struggle
VCCP Wins Media Assignment For Travelopia
Adobe Enhances Its Digital Experience Platform
Gun Confiscated From Neighbour Angry At Bebo Founder's Building Work
TripAdvisor Appoints Mother Global Creative AOR
Russian Hackers Hid The Tracks By Pretending To Be Iranian
Group Of Three Local Welsh Newspapers To Close
MAD London - Friday, Oct. 18, 2019
Porn Checks Dropped? Did The Govt Just Drop Its Online Harms Vow?
Snapchat Rolls Out Dynamic Ads For Retailers
Brexit Content Driving Google Searches To Publishers
WPP Outlines Compensation For Incoming CFO
Instagram Offers Users Great Control Over Third-Party Data
Mixed Analyst Reviews For Netflix's Q3 Performance, Outlook
Starcom Picks Up Ferrero Rocher UK Media Account
BBC Disbands Virtual Reality Content Team
IPG Adds Former IBM Executive Sanford To Its Board
'The Guardian' To Launch App For Subscribers
Why Netflix Is The Most Vulnerable Digital Giant
Church Attendees Down But Praying By App Hits A Record High
'The Sun' Plans To Expand In The USA
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