DIGESTS

Ammirati Puris Lintas has appointed Paul Woolmington, its worldwide media director and former managing director of 20/20 Media, as chairman of its global media board.

United News & Media added another 4p to its share price on Tuesday (yesterday), after rising 16p on Monday following news that it had appointed David Arculus, group managing director of EMAP, as chief operating officer.

Levi-Strauss has signed a deal with MTV Europe to sponsor a new dance music format programme, MTV Base. The programme will be supported in Levi’s stores as well as through on-screen credits.

EMAP Nationals has become the UK’s biggest publisher of car magazines, moving ahead of Haymarket Consumer Magazines, with its Max Power magazine increasing sales by 19 per cent to 190,382 in the latter half of 1996, while Classic Cars sold 86,005.

Company magazine is launching an ad campaign on 350 London buses on March 1 to promote its April issue, which is a fashion and beauty special.

Condé Nast has appointed Honor Riley, fashion manager of Tatler and Vanity Fair, as advertisement director of House & Garden.

TNT Magazine, which targets Australasians in the UK, has been granted a 28-day restricted service licence to broadcast to Australasians in West London. TNT fm will carry Australasian music, sport and news link-ups with radio stations in Australia and New Zealand.

Men’s Health magazine is to sponsor the MasterCard Lola Formula One racing car in the 1997 Formula One championships.

Mills & Allen and Maiden have agreed to offer 1m of free poster sheetage to advertisers which have not used large format posters since 1994. The offer includes funding for pre- and post-campaign research.

EBN, the business news cable tele-vision chan-nel, is spons- oring a TV lounge (right) at Heathrow Airport for international travellers. As well as broadcasting EBN, the lounge will provide touchscreen Internet access.

Guns & Shooting magazine has changed its name to Shooting Sports and reduced its frequency from a monthly to a bi-monthly.

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