MAD London Editions for October 2019
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
MAD London - Thursday, Oct. 17, 2019
'Telegraph' Results Beg The Question: How Long Does Print Have Left?
Havas Retains Hyundai/Kia In Europe, Russia, Turkey: Will Focus On 'New Mobility Solutions'
Diageo To Run Competition For Customer Experience Project Worth GBP20k
Netflix Boosts Marketing Internationally
UK Public Mistrustful On Data, But Only 1 in 5 Read T&Cs
Facebook Crashes Out Of Top 10 Brands League Table
Deloitte: Digital Media Makes People Feel Isolated
Verizon Media To Run Native Ads In Apple News, Apple Stock Feeds In Canada, Australia, U.K.
Brexit 'Hesitancy' Sees UK Marketing Budgets Dip Slightly
Consumers Depend On Digital Services, But Are Easily Frustrated, Study Finds
Culture Secretary Would Consider A Subscription-Funded BBC
Netflix Revenue Up 31%, Marketing Budget Will Increase As Streaming Wars Loom
Government Drops Age Verification Plans For Porn Sites
Paul Dacre In Hot Water At 'Daily Mail' Over Comments Against Current Editor
Service Out At UK Email Hosting Service
Mobile Network Three Suffers Serious Outage
MAD London - Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019
Programmatic Video Drives UK Ad Growth
UK's 'Telegraph' Endures Big Drop In Profits, Digital Earns Revenue Uptick
Boris Unleashes A 'Meme Machine' In Bid To Win Next Election
Video Display, Search The Biggest Drivers As UK Ad Spend Rises 13%
Sorrell: Digital Makes Outdoor More Transparent, Attractive
Subscriptions Are Up, But Profits Nosedive At 'The Telegraph'
Apple Defends Sharing Browser Data With Google, Tencent
Twitter Tries To Clear Up Its Stance On Trump Tweets
Facebook's LIbra Loses Another Backer
Algolia Secures $110 Million In Series C Funding To Finance Global Expansion
Boohoo 'Send Nudes' Email Banned By The ASA
MAD London - Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019
Blood On The Desktop As Apple And Disney Disrupt The Disruptors
OMG, Publicis Groupe Big Winners In Disney Global Media Review
US And UK Help Push Up Martech Spending By 22%
Tubi Launching Kids' Channel, Expanding To U.K.
'Wired' Tells The Inside Story Of The Dyson Electric Car Plan Failure
Accenture Interactive Agrees To Purchase France's Sutter Mills
MPs Concerned Whether Licence Fee Can Empower BBC To Take On Netflix
Facebook Tries To Justify Running False Political Ads
Two Warring 'WAGs' Have Achieved In The US Where British Soccer Stars Have Failed
Amazon, Google, Microsoft Advertising Veteran Launches Analytics Platform
Independent Builds Partial Pay Wall
More Partners Ditch Facebook Libra
Researchers Claim AI Can Predict Who Will Commit Hate Crimes
34 More 'Bodyguard' Series Needed For TV To Compete With Streamers
Twitter Suffers Worldwide Log-In Issues: Report
Wayfair Launches Europe Flagship Brand
MAD London - Monday, Oct. 14, 2019
Former Omnicom Media Chief de Nardis Explains Move To LoopMe Board
Total Media Picked For Britbox Brief
RAPP UK Finds Agency Homes For The Homeless
James Murdoch Invests In Vice Media
Bear Grylls To Form Own Production Company
Porsche, Boeing Partner To Develop Flying Car
BT Returns To The High Street With EE Co-Branding Move
Investors Send Publicis Groupe Shares Down Double Digits
Two Arrested Over Met Police Hack Attack
Google Revealed To Be Funding Climate Change Deniers
Sophus To Be Bought For $3.8bn by US Private Equity Firm
Paul Dacre Slams New 'Daily Mail' Editor Over Claim Of Losing Advertisers
Boris Commits UK To Online Regulator
MAD London - Friday, Oct. 11, 2019
OECD Will Force Tech Giants To Be Fair On Tax, So EU Doesn't Have To
Less Than Zero: Publicis Groupe To Post Organic Revenue Decline In 2019
AnalogFolk Opens Amsterdam Office
Apple's Removal Of 'Quartz' App In China Marks Defeat For Press Freedom
Facebook UK Revenues Leap To GBP1.6bn, Tax Bill Is Only GBP97m
YouTube Is Bigger Among Teens Than Netflix
British Journalists Are Played By The Government In Their Brexit Coverage
Netflix: Analysts Cautious In Short Term, But Bullish On Long Term
Snap Losses Narrow In The UK
Uproar As Quartz Banned From App Store In China
Gmail Is Top Webmail Service -- Except In Some Countries, Study Finds
Dyson Drops Electric Car Plan
Films, TV And Music Spare UK From Slipping Into Negative Growth
Feedback Can Boost Email Marketing Results
MAD London - Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019
WAGatha Christie Reveals The Faustian Pacts That Fuel Tabloids
WPP Shareholders To Vote On Kantar Sale
OECD Plans To Tax Tech Giants Where They Make Their Revenue
Marketers Miss Target Customers Because Of Poor Data Practice
Amazon Twitch Used To Stream Shooting Outside Synagogue In Germany
Apple Plans AR Glasses Likely Aimed At Mass Market
German Synagogue Attack Viewed By 2,200 People On Twitch
England Strikers' Wives Go To War On Social Media Over Leaked Stories
DMARC Use On The Rise, But Domains Are Still Unprotected: Report
Brands Getting Too Comfortable With Media Budgets On Google, Facebook
Zoopla Picks Lucky Generals
LBC Breached Ofcom Rules With Paid-For BUPA Interview
UK Ad Watchdog Bans TalkTalk Broadband Emails
MAD London - Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019
Marketers Can Relax -- IT Teams Are Behind Most Privacy Fines
Facebook Wants To Take Privacy Battle Over Cambridge Analytica To Appeals Court
EU Announces Plans For Fact-Checking Hub
Audi And Skoda Maintain Incumbent Social Agencies
Google Expands Self-Service, Automation For YouTube Advertisers
The7Stars Launches Tech Hub
Twitter's Mistake: Users Sent Targeted Ads
Google Will Use AI To Determine Where, How Often Site Visitors See Ads Across Its Network
Musk Paid $10,000 For Dirt On Thai Cave Rescue Hero
Vizeum Wins Groupe SEB's Global Media AOR Assignment
Twitter Apologises For Privacy Lapse
Better Online Protection For Children Must Be Enshrined In Law, NSPCC Insists
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