MAD London Editions for November 2019
MAD London - Friday, Nov. 29, 2019
Election 2019 -- Funding Fibre Is The Main Differentiator
'i' Newspaper Bought By Daily Mail For GBP50m
Google Accused Of Playing Unfair By 41 EU Companies As Competitive Shopping Tensions Build
Twitter Will Deactivate Accounts Unused For 6 Months
Labour Party Fears Boris Will Dodge An Andrew Neil Grilling
Snickers Trolls Its Fans In France
Ola To Launch Ride Hailing Service In London Soon
Google Veteran Abhyankar Joins Ad-Lib As CEO
Price Comparison Sites Urge Another EU Probe Into Google
ISBA Lays Out Requests For Next Government
Toward A Better Agency Review Process
Elliot And ET Reunited In Sky Christmas Ad
B&Q Calls Ad Review
BBC Tells Tories To Stop Using Its Presenters In Facebook Ads
Facebook And Instagram Service Restored After Outages, Facebook Says
MAD London - Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2019
Why Fake News Fears Will Not Lead To Spike In Subscriptions
Google Beat Facebook In Fitbit Bid
ICO Warns Digital Advertising, No More Hiding Behind Opaque Technology
London's View From The Shard Hires Quiet Storm
NatWest Shifts From Saatchi To The & Partnership
Are You Ready For 'Very Big Data?'
Bolt Close To Unicorn Status As It Plans To Build On Uber's Troubles
Brits Are Worried By Fake News But Reluctant To Pay For Stories
UK Tech Growth Slowest Since 2014
190 Million 5G Smartphones Heading To Market
Facebook and Twitter Warn About Improper Data Access Via Apps
Privacy Concerns Bolster Rise Of Social Media Ad Spend
Parties Must Stop Mimicking Local Papers
Digitas Launches Experience Transformation Consultancy
Microsoft Converts Outlook Into Progressive Wen App
MAD London - Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2019
Digital, Display, Programmatic Ad Spending: 2012-2021
Only 5% Of Black Friday 'Bargains' Are Value For Money
Conde Nast Pledges To Reach Paris Agreement Targets
Starcom On Alert As Duracell Calls Media Review
Starz Rolling Out Its App to 25 Countries
Can Maurice Levy Save WeWork?
13M 5G Subscriptions Projected By End Of This Year, 2.6B In 2025
Reach Sets Record With 40m Unique Viewers In October
Facebook Debuts Viewpoints, Rewards Users For Survey Participation
Labour Outspends Conservatives Promoting Its Manifesto On Facebook
Dreams Hands Creative Brief To Uncommon Creative Studio
Does Anyone Get Anything Out Of Black Friday?
MAD London - Monday, Nov. 25, 2019
Ban. Appeal. Reprieve. Repeat. London Bans Uber, Again
WeWork Taps Maurice Levy As Interim CMO
Uber Banned In London, Again
Programmatic Ad Spend To Hit $147 Billion By 2021
UK Programmatic Growth Slowing Down In 2019
Maurice Levy Appointed CMO At WeWork
Dueling Forecasts Reveal Programmatic Dominating Digital Ad Marketplace
Search Behavior Follows 'Pinball' Pattern, Study Shows
SunLife Appoints MediaLabs
Google Accused Of Promoting Retailers Who Break UK Law
Sir Tim Berners-Lee Unveils Plan To Combat 'Digital Dystopia'
IPG Hires Data Watchdog
Facebook Considers Altering Microtargeting On Political Ads
Sacha Baron Cohen Blasts Facebook On Political Advertising Policy
Security Risk Tied To Google AMP
MAD London - Friday, Nov. 22, 2019
Is Desktop Digital Display Dying?
Facebook Mulls Political Ad Targeting Following Google's Move
Legal & General Splits Media Account Between Havas And Carat
'The Economist' Releases 'The World In 2020' Issue, Magazine's Circ Expected To Hit 1 Million
EMarketer Predicts Media Spend Will Flatline In The UK Next Year
WFA: More Than Twice As Many Marketers Plan To In-House Programmatic Media
Aldi Named UK's Most Effective Christmas Ad By Kantar
Labour Promises To Tackle Fake News And The Duopoly
Negative Sentiment Rises For Repetitive Digital Ads
Aardman Productions Pick Netflix Over BBC For Next Project
Adidas Offers AR With iOS App Upgrade
Microsoft 365 Suffers Outages On Thursday
Dare To Stream: What Broadcasters Must Know To Make The Most Of The Streaming Wars
Nearly 200 Complain Over 'Strictly' Same-Sex Dance
MAD London - Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019
Google Limits Targeting For Political Ads, Updates Media-Buying Policies
MediaMonks Merges With Delhi-Based White Balance
Study Finds 'Fake News' Has Real Cost: $78 Billion
Headlines Criticise Prince Andrew As He Withdraws From Royal Duties
UK Tech Start-Ups Hit Record Level Of Investment
WFA Report Finds Holding Company Model Doesn't Deliver Better Integration
Disney Says Coding Is Behind Disney+ Launch Glitches, Responds To Hacked Accounts Reports
Reach To Open Seven New Regional News Hubs
Twitter Honors Twitter Campaigns By PHD, OMD Clients
Google Takes Action On Political Ads
Tech Giants Ordered To Hand Coroner Data On Molly Russell
Publishers Look For Non-Publishing Income As Revenue Dips
Coca-Cola Plans Biggest Ever 'Holidays Are Coming' Campaign In London
Microsoft Restores 365 Service After Outage
Google Applauded For Obeying GDPR On Political Ads?
MAD London - Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2019
Did The ICO Just Agree That RTB Fails The GDPR Test?
Amazon Opens Up Availability Of Free Music Streaming With Ads
ICO Says RTB Ad Tech Firms Are Processing Sensitive Data Without Consent
Video Ad Report Shows 'Premium' Inventory Trending, Aggregators Waning
Reuters Institute Opens Fellowship Programme In Oxford
Google, Tech Companies Dance Around Data Requests From Congressional Antitrust Query
Airbnb Signs Olympics Sponsorship Deal
Study: Consumers Are More Worried About Privacy Than You May Think
Google Admits Errors On Reporting Political Ad Spending
Twitter Warns Parties After Conservative Rebrand As A Fact-Checking Service
Bayer Adds MullenLowe To Its Consumer Health Agency Roster
Labour Party Spends Five Times More Than Conservatives On Snapchat Ads
'Newsround' To Lose Its Afternoon Slot As Kids Stick To Devices
MAD London - Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019
Is John Lewis Losing Its Christmas Magic?
End-Of-Year Forecast: Snapchat To Count 293 Million Global Users
Prince Andrew Loses Corporate Sponsors After 'Newsnight' Interview
4As Report Says 'Programmatic' Is The Future, Blames Press For 'Sensationalizing' In-Housing
Carat Wins NIvea UK And Ireland Media Account
Google Maps: Search And Discovery Tools Support Recommendations And Reviews
Bayer Appoints Mullen Lowe Group As Global Ad Agency
GroupM's Big New Reorganization
Boris And Corbyn Square Up Tonight For Leadership Debate
Google News Feature To Spotlight In-Depth Articles
Labour Complains To Ofcom Over 'Sky News' Use Of 'Brexit Election' Logo
'Glamour' Names Natasha Pearlman As Executive Editor
Unfamiliar Groups Are Launching Pro-Conservative Ads On Facebook
Snapchat Checks Political Ads, Founder Confirms
UK Shoppers At Risk Of Holiday Cyber Fraud
MAD London - Monday, Nov. 18, 2019
Prince Andrew's Epstein Interview Dominates UK Front Pages
Did Martin Sorrell Slap A Former WPP Colleague?
'Vogue' International Editor Sam Rogers Heads To Bustle UK
Free Full-Fibre Broadband Promised By The Labour Party
Mimecast Acquires DMARC Analyzer
Very Campaign Is More Engaging Than John Lewis
Hacking Group Takes Responsibility For Labour Party Attack
Why Individual Publishers Are The Ultimate 'Walled Gardens,' Why They Need To Be Rolled Up
TfL Ad Revenue UP Despite Junk Food Ban
Volkswagen Commits $66 Billion For Future Cars
BT Extends Champions And Europa League Rights To 2025
John Lewis Ad Sets New YouTube Record But Facebook Views Are Down
Tommy Robinson In Court On Libel Charge
Did WPP Exec's 'Campaign' Comments Spark A Row With Sorrell?
Employee Who Fell For Phishing Scam Not Liable, Court Says
Prince Andrew's Interview Was An Avoidable Train Wreck
MAD London - Friday, Nov. 15, 2019
Are Influencers Seriously Overpaid?
No Growth For Dentsu Group Through The First 9 Months
Prince Andrew Agrees To Epstein Interview
Google Removes Content Categories, Gives Advertisers Other RTB Signals To Protect Consumer Privacy
Most Brits Will Not Pay More Than GBP20 A Month For Streaming
Grey London Added To Coca-Cola's Creative Roster
Ad Spending On Mixed-Reality Apps Will Surge To $11 Billion By 2024
The National Trust Hires Wieden+Kennedy London
New Platform Allows Consumers To See Their Data Under GDPR, Without Email Address
Influencers Charging Twelve Times More Than Five Years Ago
BBC Critical Over Targeting Transparency For Political Ads
The 5 Commandments For Leading People In A Digital World
Delivering Parcels Through Underground Pipes To Be Tested
Brits Just Don't Trust Influencers, But Rather Family And Friends
Reach Titles Suffer The Biggest Drops In October ABC Figures
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