MAD London Editions for January 2020
MAD London - Monday, Jan. 20, 2020
EU Considering Banning Face Recognition Technology In Public
Can Ad Tech Solve The Media Believability Crisis?
Data Leak Site Shut Down By FBI; Billions Of Records Were Exposed
ICO Hints It May Need To Take Action On RTB
Lord Hall To Step Down As Director General Of The BBC
Online Shopping By Voice Devices, Wearables On The Rise
'The Economist' To Launch US Election Podcast And Newsletter
New Ad Agency Appointments Fell In Quiet 2012
Creative Agency of the Year: BBDO
Q4 2019 Was The Worst Final Quarter For Nine Years
Media Agency of the Year: Mindshare
EU Considers Replacing Apple's Lightning Cables With A Common Standard
Tata Pulls Out Of F1 Sponsorship
Online Regulator Is A Near Certainty
MAD London - Friday, Jan. 17, 2020
Marketing Enjoys A Boris Bounce As Confidence Returns
'The Telegraph' Concentrates On Subscribers Over ABC Figures
Psychiatrists Call For Social Media To Hand Over Data To Better Protect Children
Ali Reed Becomes New Essence Managing Director
Turkey Unblocks Wikipedia After Three Years
Public Show Distaste For Constant Ads, Not Yet Excited By 5G
Havas Media CEO Leaves To Run Brainlabs
Google's Parent Alphabet Reaches $1 Trillion In Market Value
Facebook Retreats From Plans For WhatsApp Ads... For Now
WT Creates Global CMO Role, Taps Troni To Fill It
Media Executive of the Year: Nick Brien
Holding Company of the Year: Omnicom
MAD London - Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020
Google Accepts The Cookie Is Finally Crumbling
Spotify Ad Revenues Will Climb Slowly: Analyst
Sky's Boss Calls For An Internet Regulator
'The Independent' Appoints A US Editor To Fuel Growth Outside The UK
Reuters Received Secret Cold War Funding From UK Government
Twitter Apologises Over Allowing Neo-Nazi Targetting
Google Beats Facebook In Global App Downloads
DTI Searches For A Creative Lead
CES 2020, A Post-Mortem: Part One
Hulu To Intro Choice-Based And Transactional Ads, Eyes Product Insertion
Investment In UK Tech Start-Ups Tops GBP10bn
High-Profile Court Sentencing To Be Televised
MAD London - Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2020
Meghan And Harry Wake Up To Find The Press Playing Hardball
Google To Phase Out Third-Party Cookies Within Two Years
IPA Bellwether Report Shows Renewed Confidence Among UK Advertisers
Guardian Media, 'The Economist' Announce New Top Executives
ITV Calls Media Review
Android Apps Share Sensitive Data With Ad Tech Companies, Report Finds
Netflix Funnelled GBP330m Into Low Tax Havens, Think Tank Claims
'Popular Science' To Create STEM Toy Line With U.K. Company Wow! Stuff
Guardian Media Group Appoints Neuroscientist As New Chief Exec
Will Meghan's Dad Be Called To Testify Against His Daughter?
GDPR Rumblings: CMPs Aren't Keeping Up, MIT Warns
One In Three Retailers Expect A Negative Impact From Brexit
No More Betting On Credit Cards From April
'The Guardian' Shuts Cities Section
Manchester United Seeks First Creative Director
MAD London - Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2020
Will These Six Points Save RTB?
2019 Brand List: Facebook Named Lowlights, Mastercard Hits Highlights
Yahoo Mail Is Down In The UK: Reports
Boris Urged To Think Again On Shifting Lobby Meetings
Google Acquires Pointy To Increase Visibility Of Local Retail Inventory In Search
Quarter Of Women Say Fitness Influencers Make Them Feel Bad About Themselves
Searchmetrics Appoints Global CMO, Identifying Shift In Company Direction
US Warns UK Against 'Madness' Of Using Huawei Tech In 5G Networks
London Leads UK On Start-Ups
Luke Skywalker Actor Quits Facebook Over Political Ads
Ad Execs: Esteem Improving Even As Ethics, Regulatory Issues, Clutter, Consumer Respect Erode
MAD London - Monday, Jan. 13, 2020
Retailers Face Up To A Record Low
UK's The Specialist Works Acquires Exact Media's Connections Unit
Princes Will And Harry Deny Newspaper Stories Of A Rift
Executive Sentiment About Ad Industry Mostly Positive, But Getting Worse
'Love Island' Winter Show Debuts With 2.9m Peak
Nexstar Digital Inks Mediaocean Deal For Ad Buys Across OTT, Video, Linear, Display
Ad Discounts Cost 'Daily Mail' GBP24m Last Year
R/GA Promotes Whitney, Hires Jamieson For Ventures Role
Media Bosses Agree They Should Challenge Political 'Half Truths'
Big Tech Should Pay Children Compensation, 'The Telegraph' Told
From Turkey To America: Unilever's Miller Traces Arc Of Ruby Chocolate
BT Sponsors E-Sports Team
MAD London - Friday, Jan. 10, 2020
Influencers Get #Ad Warning From UK Regulator, Again
Mediabrands Bolsters Global Leadership Team
IAB Outlines Responses To ICO Concerns Over RTB
DuckDuckGo, Top Bids In Google's European Auction For Alternative Search Engine
Spotify And TikTok To Sponsor 'Love Island'
Tech Companies Lobby The EU Over Content Responsibility
Apple News Expands 18% To 100M Daily Users
Culture Secretary 'Minded' To Intervene On Sale Of 'I' Newspaper
Critics Blast Facebook's Latest Punt On Political Ads
Stagwell's ForwardPMX Names New Global CEO
New John Lewis Marketing Boss Leaves Before Starting
ASA Warns Botox Advertisers They Ae Breaking The Law
Dixons Carphone Fined Over Hack Attack
MAD London - Thursday, Jan. 9, 2020
Harry And Meghan Quit To Cut Tabloid Ties
S4 Absorbs Latam Content Agency Circus Marketing
Harry And Meghan Quit To Take Control Over Their Media Responsibilities
Facebook Still Won't Vet Political Ads, But Will Let You See Fewer
'The Sun' Launches US Website
Twitter To Allow Posters To Block All Replies
Netflix Rival Will Limit Shows To Ten Minutes
Quibi To Start April 6, With Up to 3 Hours Of Fresh Content Daily
UK Retailers Suffered A Record Poor Year In 2019
Amazon Fire TV To Integrate Into Cars By Year's End
FA Criticised For Allowing Streams For Bets
MAD London - Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020
Did The Tax Man Just Offer Publishing A Massive Refund?
Yahoo Mail And AOL Down In UK, Verizon Working On Fix
Sonos Sues Google
CES 2020: Hyundai Shows Flying Taxi Concept, Teams With Uber
BBC IPlayer Records Festive Season Demand
Google, Intel Partner On Chip Design Helping Brands Build Immersive Ads, Services
Le Creuset Picks R/GA London To Prepare For D2C Launch
Boathouse Wins Trustpilot Account
'Love Island' Star 'Pretty Little Things' Post Banned By ASA
ASA Upholds Gender Stereotyping Bans
Mailchimp Is Bananas: Firm Posts Big Email Numbers
MAD London - Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020
Facebook Bans Deepfake Videos, 'Cheapfakes' Continue
Costa Coffee Switches Media To MediaCom
YouTube Stops Serving Personalized Ads On Children's Videos
Britons Spent A Billion On Music Streaming Last Year
Twitter Bows Promoted Trend Spotlight Ads
UKOM To Switch From Comscore To Ipsos Measurement
Google Will Outperform With Pichai At Alphabet Helm, Analyst Predicts
BP And Toyota To Share Paralympic Sponsorship On Channel 4
Clear Channel Wins Digital Outdoor Brief For Hammerson
Vice Blames Brexit For Growing Losses
Ant And Dec Are Boosting Santander's Image, Bank Claims
Facebook Takes Action, But Is It Too Late To Tackle Deep Fakes?
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